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emotion, that happens with young defenses. you can see them moving around. move them around to the outside on this play. this is just j.t. barrett over-throwing curtis samuel. but had the matchup that he wanted against the safety. here is the motion him back into the backfield. motion, the tight end across. oklahoma doesn't shift the players overcoaches. you know the run fit wasn't there. that is because of the motion they got. taking that into the end zone. >> dave: exactly. you have to know where he is on the field. it shouldn't that difficult. >> rob: in is the 106 -- this is the 106th home game for bob stoops. this is the fourth time he goes to the locker room trailing by double digits. he has yet to rally and get a win. how is he going to try to orchestrate a win tonight in norman? >> dave: you have to go to the defense. two pressures. one was the sack on j.t. barrett. the other was the overthrow
sideline. i would try to force some things with our defense. meaning oklahoma. then offensively, they are not going to run the ball on this defense. greg schiano is doing a great job. you have to turn your guy loose, matter of fact, let baker mayfield throw the ball to see if he can make some plays. >> matt: pick your poison, though. >> dave: i know. >> matt: you bring your pressure and the cornerbacks haven't held up for oklahoma. parrish cobb a true freshman. match him up against noah brown. bring the junior in and try to match him up. that is know as a defensive coach. >> robert: it's feast or famine. you have to make a play on the ball. you have to make the plays. offensively, i like when they went with the tempo. they had the opening series. tempo again toward the end of the first half. if they could get back to that and create momentum, get the crowd involved they might have a chance. >> both defense has a lot of corrections at the half. neither one of them setting the edge.
and the safety is not coming to fill in the alley. a lot of mistakings for both defense -- mistakes for both defense. >> dave: i know neither one of you care about this but i'm mention special teams. the punter for ohio state is a punter of the year. he has field position. take a close look for oklahoma where they have to start the drive. >> rob: they got a late punch-out after oklahoma got the momentum in the corner an they get the second half kick. meyer approach out of the gate. >> dave: don't turn the football over. run the ball. stay with the plan. high percentage pass. don't do anything different. don't get bored on the defense and start flipping. don't get board greg schiano. >> rob: are you believers in the ohio state right now the young team out there led by the veteran quarterback? >> robert: absolutely. they have so many things to correct on the defensive side in the ball in particular. i thought they did a great job of starting off with the run and mixing in, as the coach
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including noah brown. they needed an outside threat. three touchdowns in the first half. the last one was the highlight reel like you can't imagine. they have the front and the blitz. look summary. ohio state is doing whatever it want to do. passing the football in the second quarterback. they started to run the ball exceptionally well. 158 yards thus far on the night. curtis samuel got 69 of those. mike weber, 67 of the yards. noah brown with three catches. 62 yards and three touchdowns. he has been sensational so far. >> gus: ohio state won the toss in the first half. they will get the football to start the second half. if you are oklahoma, how do
offense? >> joel: well, this is the hard part. you heard them talk about it another halftime. use have to be okay with blitzing the quarterback. coach was right, they blitzed the safety ahmad thomas and got a sack. another point jordan evans the linebacker hits j.t. barrett and forces the ball out of his hand early and it's incomplete down the sideline. just sitting there going toe to toe is not working. look for mike stoops and the coordinator to get aggressive with the play-calling. camp camp camp. >> gus: at his own goalline. sends it away. start of the second half from norman. the buckeyes will start from their own 25. let's check in with shannon spake. >> shannon: for bob stoops
receivers and how they deal with the receivers fox sports 1 of the biggest concern -- one of the biggest receivers, and the biggest concern is the same side of the field. i asked who they would start on noah brown he said, "who we have is who we have. they knead to do their job." he likes what he sees but he points out turnovers. he feels like they have been effective but they have to hang on to the ball and not make mistakes. >> gus: thank you, shannon. ohio state will start from the j.t. barrett. 120 yards. three touchdown passes in the first half. no interceptions. he hands it off to samuel in the backfield. to the sideline with the running room. picks up the first down. curtis with the nice run. >> joel: austin roberts 95. is in the backfield. had samuel dead to right but
5'11", 197 pounds. but the man from brooklyn showing strength. >> gus: down at the 39. high snap. gets outside. another first down. dhirenj.t. barrett in the first half. nine carries, 40 yards. >> joel: jordan the true freshman and jones the left tackle. they get the double team and it gets to the great lead block by mike weber number 25. easy run for a first down for j.t. barrett. >> gus: back-to-back 14-yard gains for ohio state. at the 47. opening drive of the second half. this is barrett. with the misdirection. lost the football. this looks like another first down for the buckeyes.
emmanuel beal is bringing them down. off the heel of his own player. corralled the ball. got it right back. >> referee: recovered by the offense. that ruling under further review. definitely lost it before the elbow, the forearm hits the ground. look for a clear on replay. they will find one for j.t. barrett between the knees and to his chest. boy, those are the opportunity that oklahoma needs. they need a turnover. something. to stop the momentum from going against them as ohio state comes out to start marching down the field. they had an opportunity there. but the fortunate bounce for barrett comes right back to the left hand.
>> referee: after further review the ruling on the field is confirmed. first down. >> gus: is for ohio state the first possession of the game ended up with a punt. after that, touchdown, touchdown, touchdown, touchdown. four possessions. four touchdowns. >> joel: like what we saw to do to bowling green in the first game. they started out with an interception pick six and rattled off consecutive touchdowns after that. >> gus: second and one at the 38. barrett under pressure. steps up to the pocket. first down. gets to the oklahoma 33. ward brings him down. >> joel: the quarterback in this situation, you have got the momentum. the crowd is subdued. the last thing you want to do is be the impetus to create momentum for the opposition.
situations because he doesn't put the ball in harm's way. >> gus: first down. the oklahoma 32. breaks it outside. on the move. weber. first down for ohio state. ahmad thomas knocked him out of play. with the freshman showing great vision on that run. >> joel: then the speed to get the defense did a great job early. the defensive front four has played pretty well. but the linebackers continue to get out of the lane and out of the responsibilities and webber is able to find the corner and able to convert. >> gus: empty backfield now for j.t. barrett. ball in motion. >> referee: false start,
five-yard penalty. still first down. >> joel: talented buckeye. one of only four true freshman to play on the loaded buckeyes team from a year ago. was a u.s. army all-american. comescomes in from greenbelt, maryland. early start on first down. >> gus: first and 15. barrett. incomplete. throwing a little bit low for corey smith. >> joel: here is the opportunity if you're oklahoma. what you cannot do is allow ohio state the opportunity for a manageable third down. this is where bob stoops needs to dial up the pressure. force the ball out of j.t. barrett's hands quickly and try to rally up to make the
barrett. to samuel. samuel, face mask coming off against oklahoma. michiah quick. trying to bring him down. grabbed the face mask. >> referee: personal foul, facebook. defense number 16. half the distance from the end of the run. automa >> joel: there is the right hand. turns the facebook. turn -- turns the face mask. turns the head. draws a flag right away. the opportunity that oklahoma has to force a kick, field goal opportunity for ohio state. quickly evaporates. >> gus: those are frustrating. those are not born out of the mental errors. >> joel: he is not trying to commit a penalty. right hand on the facebook.
the second half for the buckeyes. barrett. samuel. down the sideline. he is taken down. short of the first down by quick. >> joel: the speed of samuel to get to the they're joining five or six, seven yards a pop. the frustration of a head coach that knows that they can't do anything schematically right now to stop what ohio state is doing. >> gus: second and two from the five. barrett. out of play.
this will go against ohio state. >> referee: illegal formation. five men in the backfield. offense. five-yard penalty. still second down. >> joel: here is where mike stoo, coordinator is where they have the option. where they have been singling up noah brown to get him on the corners to throw the one-on-one 50/50 balls in the corner of the end zone. >> gus: wildcat formation. samuel straight ahead. he goes down. emmanuel beal with the tackle after the two-yard gain. >> joel: great play there by emmanuel beal.
that stops samuel in his tracks. now big down. can they get off the field here? >> gus: third down and five at the eight. play fake. the corner. noah brown four receiving touchdowns in this how simple can it get for ohio state? same side of the field. different matchup. >> joel: goes with the corner, thomas. he follows him around around turns the head quickly. drops out. excellent route. easy throw. touchdown, buckeyes. >> gus: four catches. 72 yards. four touchdown for noah brown. the young man from new jersey.
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on the outside. great route runner. now we have seen the ability he has in the 50/50 situation to come away with the football. >> gus: oklahoma will get it at the 25 yard line. get ready mlb postseason. all that matters is october. nlds starts october 7 on fs1. sometimes you get the feeling that meyer coach baseball, or basketball, or hockey or soccer or hilie or anything, the same result would take place. >> joel: we ask his assistant coaches and the players what makes him special. it's not a magic formula. they say he motivates you every day. the analysis tant coaches or the play -- the assistant coaches or the players.
20-yard gain. the 11 carry of the game. >> joel: there is no other way into this game other than sticking sticking with the game plan. you can't sling it around the field like they tried to against houston. they have to stick with what got them here. which was handing the football off and trying to establish the offensive line. >> gus: denzel ward covering for the bucks. >> joel: the young secondary for ohio state has been so good early in the season. conley, hooker, webb, lattimore. they've been excellent. >> gus: second and ten. mayfield 9 of 18.
about three on the play. webb. >> gus: third down and seven. oklahoma one of five on third down conversion mayfield. off the back foot. incomplete. mark andrews the intended receiver. oklahoma will have to punt it away. >> joel: ohio state is winning the one own one matchup. doing an excellent job in the back end.
excellent coverage on the wide receivers all night long. it's been difficult for mayfield to find space or windows to throw the ball. ohio state has been in man coverage. >> gus: seibert punting from the 34. this ball whistled dead before the snap. false start. offense number 11. five-yard penalty. still fourth >> gus: dede westbrook. you see a lot of dejected faces on the oklahoma sideline. almost bewilderment of what has taken place. who are these men in the car let and gray uniforms -- scarlet and gray uniforms? wilson comes up.
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weber. running room. he gets to the 36. go to l.a. to check in with mike hill. >> mike: number 11 texas at cal. cal beat them last year but they had goff. this is a different theme. warren, the horns take a 17-7 lead. starting quarterback michelle has been knocked out of the game with a chest injury. gus, joel? >> gus: the in charge now for charles strong. texas with a big win at home against notre dame. get their season started. take a look at the last five drives for the bucks. >> joel: nothing oklahoma has done worked. they tried so many different things against the urban meyer offense. they have been in position.
plays. they tried to dial things up and create big opportunity for runs. ohio state has been flawless tonight. >> gus: third down and three. oklahoma with a chance to get going here. and step up in the pocket. a flag on the play. let's see. >> joel: i think they are going to get big jones with the hold in the backfield. >> joel: there he is up top. a left tackle. great move by obo okoronkwo. >> referee: number 74. ten yards from the previous spot. repeat, third down. >> gus: that will make it third down and 19. >> joel: the inside move. okoronkwo is the best pass rusher than oklahoma has. displayed it right there.
no choice but to bring him to the ground. >> gus: make it third and 12. j.t. barrett. near side. the ball caught. he will not have enough for the first down. oklahoma the it was holding this time. ohio state brings on the punt team. jordan evans defensively for o.u. >> joel: comebas of like puzzles, gus. it can only happen one piece at a time. you don't get it all back right away. so it starts with getting off the field. then you have to provide good field position. joe mixon back to receive the punt. >> he is at his own 20. cameron johnston angles it toward the near side. fair caught.
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>> gus: the roughnecks, the spirit group in charge of the fans and the sooner schooners. powered by two horses named boomer and sooner. they ride across the field after each oklahoma score. our conditions of the game is sponsored by dr. pepper. the college football tradition. what i don't understand, joel, during the land rush cheated. why do they celebrate? >> joel: they are the ones that took off the night before. >> gus: right. >> joel: the boomers are the
and did it right. >> gus: so why do they celebrate the sooners? if you're not first, you're last. [ laughter ] >> gus: joe mixon running the ball. landers with the tackle. here are the roughnecks. >> joel: mixon had a frustrating night on the offensive side. open up the right leg. >> gus: baker mayfield rushed out with the throw on incomplete. intended for dede westbrook now. look at the body language of the sooners. you can tell that they are looking for something inspiring to happen. >> joel: there is not a lot of energy on the sideline. not a lot of energy in the building right now. you have to credit ohio state for taking that away. there has been opportunities for oklahoma to generate that. the turnovers took that away. and ohio state run game and j.t. barrett's ability to