Ohio State isn't exactly having a great bounce back game against Northwestern after losing at Penn State last weekend. Philly Brown, a former Buckeye star, isn't impressed.
The Buckeyes and Wildcats are tied at 17 to begin the fourth quarter. Ohio State was shut out in the third quarter, and is being outgained by Northwestern 332 to 309. Many thought the Buckeyes would respond to last weekend's loss with a huge performance, and that doesn't appear to be the case, thus far at least.
Corey "Philly" Brown, a former Ohio State star wide receiver from 2010-2013 who now plays for the Carolina Panthers, took to Twitter to voice his displeasure. It is 2016, so you know what that means: pointed emoji use.
Things have gotten so bad that Brown says he's turned the game off.
The last five Ohio State offensive drives have resulted in punts, and the entire offensive really looks out of sorts. We're sure Brown isn't alone in his criticisms here.