Ohio State's offense has been a well-oiled machine in the first half against Michigan. But the Wolverines aren't going down quietly and FOX analyst Urban Meyer has taken notice.
Heading into halftime of The Game, Meyer noted what he expects the Buckeyes will do in the locker room.
During the break, Meyer said that the main objective of halftime will be figuring out how to pressure Michigan QB Shea Patterson.
Meyer explained that while four-man pressure has worked for the first 11 games, it's not working much today.
Patterson was not sacked in the first half and completed 73-percent of his passes for 221 yards and a touchdown. Chase Young has not really been a factor after dominating Penn State's line last Saturday.
Michigan's running game has largely been kept in check. A 22-yard Giles Jackson run accounted for half of their first-half rushing yardage.
As for the Buckeyes, running back J.K. Dobbins had three touchdowns for the Buckeyes in the first half of a 28-16 game. In the process, Dobbins surpassed Ezekiel Elliott as the No. 2 all-time leading rusher in Ohio State history.
But aside from an ill-timed turnover, Michigan has been matching the Buckeyes nearly stride for stride in Ann Arbor.
It's been as good as we'd hoped over at Michigan Stadium. Let's hope both teams keep up the momentum.