In the film room with Buckeye offensive coordinator Tom Herman
In his first season in Columbus, Tom Herman's Ohio State offense scored more points than any other Big Ten team (over 37 ppg), and finished third in the conference in total offense, averaging nearly 424 yards per game. Coming off a 12-0 season (and no more ban on postseason play), expectations are as high in Columbus as they've ever been.
Gerry DiNardo of the Big Ten Network sat down with Herman to talk about the uniqueness of the Buckeye offensive attack, and Herman also walks through their version of the inside zone play, some play action, and explains his grading system for looking at film.
This clip may be just five minutes long, but you can tell that Herman has a bright career ahead of him.