James Laurinaitis: There's a lot of things to look at with this Buckeyes team with their title hopes; Michigan being down not good for the conference

Defensive line, running back and cornerback are three positions that will hold the key in determining this team's ceiling
Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Chris Olave celebrates a 33-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Justin Fields during the fourth quarter of the NCAA football game against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Ohio Stadium.
Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Chris Olave celebrates a 33-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Justin Fields during the fourth quarter of the NCAA football game against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Ohio Stadium. Photo credit © Adam Cairns/Columbus Dispatch via Imagn Content Services, LLC

Former Ohio State/NFL linebacker and Big Ten Network analyst James Laurinaitis joined Bull & Fox to talk about Ohio State's 3-0 start, the uncertainties around this team on both sides of the ball, the offensive success this team is having and the biggest surprises across the Big Ten so far this season.