Posted September 10, 2013 on ohiostate.scout.com
When Ohio State's defense takes the field this Saturday, it will be lining up against the nation's leader in plays per game. But despite California's high-powered, no-huddle approach, Buckeye players claim that they won't fake injuries to slow down the Golden Bears.
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