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Storylines: After skipping the 2020 season, Ohio State is suiting up for the first time in 21 months against a Minnesota program that is loaded with returning starters from a team that finished 3-3 last season. While Nevada’s Carson Strong and Ohio State’s Nick Starkel are the Mountain West’s best-known quarterbacks, the Bulldogs actually return the league leader in yards per game with Jake Haener. The Washington transfer slung the football around to the tune of 336.8 yards per game last year, and will test a Huskies defense that ranked among the worst in the country in 2018 and 2019. Ohio State is just 6-30 so far in Randy Edsall’s second stint as coach, but the hope is that playing as an independent for the first time after leaving the AAC will help Ohio State get things turned around. But traveling across the country to face Minnesota out of the shoot will be a stiff test as the Huskies finally return to the field.

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