Offensive Perceptions After OSU Spring Ball

With Ohio State spring football over and a couple of days to digest it, it's time to lay out some noteworthy developments, including how the 15 days of hard work put in by the Buckeyes altered some pre-spring perceptions. We talked ‘D' yesterday, now what about the ‘O'?

With the offensive line losing three seniors, two more leaving from the receiving corps and one of the most talented running backs in school history heading to the National Football League, there were plenty of questions to be answered on the offensive side of the ball during spring football at Ohio State.

Oh, and did we mention the importance of the first spring practice for quarterback phenom Terrelle Pryor?

While the defense started hot, won the jersey scrimmage and finished looking like it is again stocked with playmakers, the progression of the offense was more deliberate. Watching one week of the scoring unit would have been a disservice, as it struggled early in spring and got incrementally better as time went on.

To see how Pryor, Brandon Saine and Dan "Boom" Herron along with a host of others were able to change some pre-spring perceptions - both for the better and for the worse - take a look at the latest post in the Cus Words Blog.

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