Top takeaways from reviewing the win at Minnesota:
With quarterback J.T. Barrett busting off long runs the last two games, this really is the Urban Meyer spread offense in full bloom now at Ohio State. Power back inside, speedy slot receivers who can run and catch, outside receivers who can go the distance via slant or fade. Powerful offensive line greasing the skids. Tight ends who are powerful blockers and can at least chain movers in the passing game.
If the offense has arrived as an all-around threat as opposed to one revolving around just an outstanding talent or two, the defense is still finding its way. The stop unit was respectable at Minnesota against a Golden Gopher offense that does certain things very well and others pretty poorly, but it will probably need to continue refining its process as the season wears on.