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By Tim Tripp
The Ohio State Buckeyes should have control of the game in every area against the Buffalo Bulls in week one of the 2013 college football season, but the Bulls’ defense, led by All-MAC linebacker Khalil Mack, won’t be a total pushover and could present Braxton Miller and the Buckeyes’ offense with some challenges.
Mack is one of the best linebackers in the country. He is a prototypical 3-4 outside linebacker who specializes in rushing the passer (eight sacks and 20 tackles for loss in 2012), but he is also a stout presence in the running game and is fluid enough to drop into coverage. Mack isn’t the only player on the Bulls that the Buckeyes need to keep an eye on. Junior defensive end Colby Way is a very capable pass-rusher who recorded two sacks on Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray last season, and he was second on the team in sacks with six.
Buffalo’s defense is returning eight starters from a year ago. Their depth in the secondary is solid and is led by ...
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