A couple of former Ohio State stars took to Twitter to express their frustration.
Ohio State got shutout for the first time since 1993 on Saturday night, as the Buckeyes fell to Clemson in the College Football Playoff Fiesta Bowl semifinal, 31-0.
The Buckeyes' offense, clearly, struggled mightily against the Tigers' defense, running just one play inside the red zone.
Who's to blame for these offensive struggles?
If you ask a couple of former Ohio State stars, it's the coaches.
Frustration with Ohio State's play-calling has been a popular sentiment among Buckeye fans ever since Tom Herman left.
Urban Meyer said after the game that he'll think very hard about what changes are necessary heading into the 2017 season. It won't be a surprise if one of them is to replace Tim Beck and Ed Warinner as co-offensive coordinators.
The Buckeyes will likely open the 2017 season ranked somewhere in the top five.