Ohio State's world turned upside down when Jim Tressel resigned under pressure on Memorial Day. But if you hadn't known any of that and just showed up Labor Day weekend to watch the Buckeyes play, you'd swear there was a sweater-vested coach still on the sidelines.
Tressel is long gone from Columbus, but "Tressel Ball" lives on. The conservative approach that relies on strong defense, running the ball, special teams dictating field position and limiting turnovers has been synonymous with the program over the past decade. Given that Tressel was the only coach to leave the staff and how Ohio State's active roster is constituted, expect to see some reruns this fall.
"I feel like everything is still the same," running back Carlos Hyde said.
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