The Ohio State football team wrapped up its second practice of the week Wednesday night at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
After practice, head coach Urban Meyer and a few players met with the media.
They discussed the challenges they’ll face Saturday against No. 18 Michigan State.
The Spartans are just 6-3 overall and 4-2 in Big Ten play, but have a talented defense that could give an inconsistent OSU rushing attack some major issues.
On the other side of the ball, the MSU offense has been ravaged by injuries this season. But quarterback Brian Lewerke and running back L.J. Scott are both expected to be back in action this week.
With the Buckeye defense still struggling to find its footing, it could be a dangerous matchup for OSU.