Ohio State's offense looked lost against the Oklahoma Sooners as they suffered their first loss of the season.
A big part of the offensive struggles falls on J.T Barrett's ineffectiveness throwing the ball. Most have seen his struggles dating back to last years' battle with Michigan, and the blowout the Buckeyes suffered at the hands of Clemson.
Only Ohio State knows how much J.T. Barrett means to Ohio State. But should the Buckeyes explore their options? https://t.co/mt7NNOabZ3— SI College Football (@si_ncaafb) September 12, 2017
While J.T is getting a lot of the blame for their struggles, Zach Boren went a different route.
Zach Boren on the 11W Web Report: “I'm putting all the blame on the wide receivers right now.”https://t.co/T9dRxyGpE0— Eleven Warriors (@11W) September 13, 2017
Boren is one of the first to criticize the receiving group for the Buckeyes. In his case, their receiving group is young for the most part.
Former Buckeye Noah Brown is not having any of Boren's criticism of the receivers.
For how long is this ignorant...yet so widely accepted comment valid?? Asking for a friend https://t.co/kelVvbOaAt— Noah Brown (@Nb_Eight5) September 13, 2017
There is criticism to go all around for the offense that you can not pinpoint one thing. It's far too simplistic.
One certainty remains, and that is Barrett will be the Ohio State QB, at least for the time being.