Sep 12, 2015; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer on the sideline during the game against the Hawaii Warriors at Ohio Stadium. The Ohio State Buckeyes beat the Hawaii Warriors by the score of 38-0. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
Maryland hasn’t score a point in more than four quarters, and things don’t get any easier. Take a look at our five Buckeyes to watch on Saturday afternoon:
The Terrapins have had abysmal outings in their last two games against West Virginia and Michigan. Maryland was able to move the football a little bit in the early going against the Wolverines, and even forced a pair of fumbles. However, the tables turned when quarterback Caleb Rowe reverted back to his old ways. Just a week after throwing four interceptions against West Virginia, the South Carolina native was picked off three times by Michigan’s secondary.
Even with the struggles under center, Maryland has been able to effectively run the football this season. That wasn’t the case on Saturday when Terp tailbacks only averaged 1.1 yards-per-carry. After two forgettable games filled with question marks, Maryland will now travel to Columbus for a date with No. 1 Ohio State. Needless to say, the Terps need to sort out their issues and fast.