Ohio State quarterback Stephen Collier announced on Thursday that his playing days are now over.
We wrap up our last round of questions and answers from the last Mailbag inundation. The Kevin Wilson discussions continue, as you might expect.
We continue our series on how Ohio State will be replacing their early departures with a look at what the Buckeyes could be doing to fill the hole left by Raekwon McMillan at middle linebacker.
The biggest competition of the spring for the Ohio State Buckeyes could very well be at backup quarterback, so what is Joe Burrow working on to give himself the best opportunity to win the job? A little bit of everything, he says.
Ben van Ooyen finishes up his Looking Forward series with a peek at the defensive backfield recruiting of the Buckeyes in 2017 and beyond.
There will be some significant changes on defense for the Buckeyes in 2017. What might the depth chart on that side of the ball look like when spring football gets underway in March? Tony Gerdeman attempts to project it out for you.
Now that we know which Buckeyes have departed early for the NFL and which incoming recruits have already enrolled, we can go ahead and put together a depth chart that just might resemble the one that OSU breaks spring camp with in March. We'll start on the offensive side of the ball.
Five Buckeyes scored in double figures led by 22 from JaQuan Lyle to enable OSU to pick up their first Big Ten win of the season.
OSU is now 11-7 on the season and 1-4 in Big Ten play.
More coverage will follow after the post-game press conference.
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