"Obviously, you're going to go back and look at things that you were successful at doing," he said. "You may try to emulate some of that. You're going to look at things they were successful at and say, 'Well, they're smart coaches, and they're going to look at this game and say we had some success doing this.' We go back and look at our last couple of games and look at what other teams have played that had success doing, and what does Ohio State do similar to those teams? … They have found some things that have allowed them to be successful, and so we're going to look at those and we're going to put a lot of time and energy into the things they're doing this year. But we would be fools if we didn't go back and look at, 'OK, what did we do well against them last year and where did we find some success and where did they find success against us?'"