COLUMBUS, Ohio — Tempo. That’s the word J.T. Barrett loves to use when describing Ohio State’s offense at its best. Throughout the 2015 season tempo became a problem for offense as offensive coordinator Ed Warriner was working from the sideline instead of the coaches’ booth. That will not be the case to start 2016, and it could help the Buckeye offensive pace.
Barrett spoke to reporters Wednesday night following OSU practice about the young players emerging during the final week of game prep and what he’d like to see develop early with the offense.