on the change in tempo expected to take place at Ohio State this season with former Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson taking over as offensive coordinator.
“I think at times we got away from [tempo], and it’s part of who we are,” quarterback J.T. Barrett said Thursday.
“It’s not like you’re frantic,” he said. “It’s no different than playing up-tempo basketball. You still have to execute. You can’t throw it away. What you try to do is get in a rhythm and get the defense on their heels to get those guys maybe not doing as much, but you still have to execute.
“You don’t want to rush, but you want to go fast. It’s learning how to play within yourself at a reasonable tempo.”