Ohio State's offensive line and offense in general didn't have a bad showing vs. Hawaii -- after all, the Buckeyes won 38-0.
But it's hard to argue the team wasn't its most efficient, not throwing for a touchdown for the first time in two years and rushing for less than 4 yards per carry.
Left tackle Taylor Decker spoke for the offensive line when he said that wasn't good enough for a team ranked No. 1 in the nation.
What did the Buckeyes enjoy most when it was moving the ball as the day went on vs. Hawaii? Feeding Ezekiel Elliott, it turns out.
"We game in with a game plan and it didn't work as well as we wanted it to," Decker said. "Go to what works. We like running tight zone right up the middle. Our tight zone works great against four-down defense, but we think it will work well against anything."