TCU is as dangerous an offense as you can get because they are not shy about going over land or working to win through the air.
"They'll throw the ball all over the place, but they also run it awfully well," Young said. "They do a great job of running the zone read, and they have some blocking schemes that give us a lot of difficulty, in addition to throwing the ball well. The thing that concerns us about the passing game is their speedy receivers."
The OSU defense did have its best effort on Saturday. The Cowboys bounced back after allowing Iowa State to drive the ball right down the field on their first possession. It was not pretty, but it was cleaned up for the most part for the rest of the game.
"I don't know that we made adjustments as much as our players started doing their jobs and not trying to help the other guy," Young explained. "Once we stayed home and took care of business, it all fell into place.
"If an individual makes a mistake, we can get him out and coach him up. But if someone else is trying to cover up for the first mistake and makes one of his own, it snowballs. If they just do their own jobs, we can fix it.
"We're never going to play as well as we want to play," said Young. "We are getting better, and I think we're a work in progress and that's our goal. We want to continue to improve and continue to do better. We also want to force more turnovers."
The Cowboys forced two turnovers on Saturday to make six for the season (an average of one a game). Last season, the Cowboys averaged forcing 3.3 turnovers per game and they need to get closer to that average. This weekend would be a good time to start.