After Ohio State piled on 526 total yards in its 40-28 win over TCU, how much better can the offense get against Tulane and beyond? Sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins, sophomore running back J.K. Dobbins and junior H-back K.J. Hill shared their thoughts after practice Wednesday at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center as the No. 4 Buckeyes (3-0, 1-0 Big Ten) prepare for the Green Wave (1-2).
On assessing how much more room for improvement the offense has…
“I feel like we can keep getting better. We’re not playoff form yet, so we’re getting there. Just execution is the biggest thing on offense — and timing.
“We had some times in the game last week when we didn’t execute when we needed to be, messed up the timing. So if we can get the ball rolling from the start, we can be dangerous.”
On going into Tulane after the big game against TCU…
“It’s great and all, but I’ve got to move on to the next week. Like, that was last week. It was great, but I’ve got to move on.”
On evaluating the difference in the passing game…
“I feel like, with (Haskins) back there, everybody has high confidence — through the coaches, the players — so it’s a lot of trust in that.
“I feel like he can (attack every cornerback). God blessed him with that. So I feel like he can do anything he wants to do on the field.”