I hope Ryan Day is right

I hope Ryan Day is right. I hope he has read well about his Ohio State team and his statement about them playing in the Rose Bowl is correct,

“These people will want to get this done the right way. They have a lot of pride in themselves and the team.”

I hope he’s right because if he wasn’t, it would be a long day for Buckeye Nation. Ohio State’s New Year’s Day adversary is a big-money running team with a proper back four and an effective defensive line-back duo. Sound familiar?

Michigan and Utah are both race-based—Michigan is 60-40, while Utah is 57-43. Although both are heavy runners, they are very evenly matched in total runs/passes and both starting midfielders complete an equal percentage of passes.

Utah’s Mika Tafua and Devin Lloyd may not be quite on the same level as Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo of Michigan, but they still combined 17 ½ bags and 35 tackles (eight times more than the TFL pair). Michigan).

There are a few differences between Wolverines and Utes. Michigan threw more balls onto the field than Utah-the Utes completed the longest ball at just 49 yards. However, their quarterback, Cameron Rising, is one runner-up ahead of Michigan’s Cade McNamara.

The sophomore transfer from Texas has been rushed for 463 yards this season. Inside the Utes defense is not as big as Michigan, and their defenders are about the same size as Ohio State (235 and 228 pounds).

When I think about how Michigan’s offensive and defensive lines have handled the Buckeyes, the similarities between the Wolverines and the Utes make me nervous. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not going to chew my nails and lose sleep over how the Buckeyes got together with Utah, because I can promise they haven’t seen anything like CJ Stroud and that bunch of recipients (even if it doesn’t). one chooses not to play). Make no mistake, though, the Buckeyes cut their jobs for them.

The Ohio State football program hasn’t lost a Rose Bowl in 37 years. I really hope Ryan Day is right and this team wants to go to a winner, because Utah isn’t trying to end that streak, they’re going to Pasadena to beat an elite college team and create make a name for themselves. I hope Ryan Day is right


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