This morning we’d like to share an article by Scout.com’s Marcus Hartman, where he gives his second thoughts on the Buckeyes’ Week 2 victory over the San Diego State Aztecs.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
I really like the inverted veer play a lot as compared to the “traditional” zone read, and Guiton’s 16-yard run was a great example of why. He was able to option the outside linebacker, who played it well enough – until he got obliterated by Norwell, the pulling guard. That created the crease for Guiton to cut up the field behind Marcus Hall andTaylor Decker, who had plowed the road with a nice combo block on the front side. Hall then came off the double team and sealed an inside linebacker. I also like the inverted veer because it gives the running back a running start.
The full article can be read here: http://ohiostate.scout.com/2/1325304.html
The Buckeyes will look to put together a dominating performance against Cal this week in hopes of moving up from #4 in the AP Polls.