Urban Meyer could look at Ohio State's record and see perfection.
He knows better.
The man with two national championship rings and a resume full of winning seasons understands better than anyone that if the No. 8 Buckeyes are going to keep winning, they must figure out how to close out games.
''I have to get more involved and find out what the issues are,'' the coach said after the Buckeyes' latest great escape, a 52-49 victory at Indiana on Saturday. ''I know injuries are an issue. When you take your starting fullback and start him at inside linebacker, you have a little problem. I don't think you can pinpoint any one thing right now. I have got to find out. I am going to increase my involvement with the defense.''
Offensively, the Buckeyes look fine.
Quarterback Braxton Miller delivered another masterful performance against the Hoosiers, rushing for 149 yards, scoring on a 67-yard scamper and throwing TD passes of 60 and 46 yards. It was Miller's third straight 100-yard game...