Buckeyes offense takes care of business

Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg

After a week of criticism, Ohio State's offense is getting the therapy it needs against a bad Toledo defense.

Quarterback Terrelle Pryor has found wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher for two quick touchdown passes, and the Buckeyes are very much in command at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Ohio State piled up more than 150 yards in less than 10 minutes as Pryor looks much more comfortable in the pocket.

Pryor needs a clear No. 1 wide receiver to emerge, and perhaps Sanzenbacher can be that guy. I was surprised Ohio State didn't go back to him more after he made a big play in the first half against USC last week. The Buckeyes are also 3-for-3 on third downs, an encouraging sign after struggling mightily (4-for-13) against the Trojans.