The Ohio State Buckeyes have been rolling recently, and part of their success comes from an offense that is really starting to fire on all cylinders. But while one might think that a team could grow content scoring over 50 points each week (Ohio State has accomplished the feat in three straight games), suggestions are still flying in for how to improve the offense.
One such suggestion came from Urban Meyer's wife, Shelley, on Twitter. She knows her football, and apparently wants her husband to talk to offensive coordinator Tom Herman about adding the shovel pass to the offense:
When we see a shovel pass from the Buckeyes this weekend, we'll know who wears the pants in the Meyer household.
Also, this is at least a proactive suggestion from Shelley -- up north in Michigan, Brady Hoke's family has been questioning his own coaching ability.