After falling short of the National Title in 2013, The Buckeyes reached the mountaintop in 2014 and look to stay there in 2015. Last Year, the strong point of the team was the defense with concerns on the offense. This year the roles are reversed with the offense having no real concerns and the defense having some slight concerns. On the offensive side of the ball, QB Darren Murray returns for his third season and second as QB1 and looks to build off last year and continue success. One improvement is need of Murray; he needs to cut down on INT's. In the run game, HB's Chris Garcia and Greg Hand will continue to split carries as the Buckeyes rushed for over 1900 yards rushing. The only spot of concern on offense is receiver, as the receivers will need to fill in Corey Brown's spot. Block-O is a strong point for the offense, if not the strongest as they all are returning. On the defensive side of the ball, the d-line is the weak point solely b/c of lack of depth. The silver bullets are locked and ready to go as they all have experience, even though they are first year starters. In the secondary, there is no new changes except at the strong safety position. The defense will look to improve their pass defense and maintain their stout run defense. On the recruiting trail, The Bucks have 14 seniors and a 67 man roster, which allows the Buckeyes to bring in 17 recruits.