Agree and disagree. Coaches still need to commit to doing it and make sure execution is there. OSU did both. Did their talent advantage help, sure. But you still need to prove it on the field. Franklin has recruited some pretty strong classes, not OSU strong but still top 10 - still waiting for the on field product to match that talent.When only three teams in the country are “elite” then I would say it comes down to stock piling talent more so than style of play that makes a team elite. Ohio State could run down ND’s throat because they had the talent to do it, not because that’s the coaching philosophy.