Ohio State football snap counts, handing out grades for win over Tulsa

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The Ohio State football team got back in the win column on Saturday, one week removed from experiencing its first-ever regular-season loss under Ryan Day vs. the Oregon Ducks. But it was far from a masterpiece, as OSU found itself in a Donnybrook all the way into the fourth quarter before pulling away from Tulsa with a couple of late touchdowns.

As we do every week, we reflect back one more time on what we saw from the last game and provide the snap counts and hand out grades for each unit.

The defense is still a work in progress, quarterback play — though solid for the most part — is still inconsistent, and there’s just a bunch of things for this team to still address if it wants to be championship caliber.

But enough about all of that. Here’s where things stand with grades and snap counts for Ohio State’s closer-than-anyone-thought-it would-be win over the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.

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