In this episode of Accost the Field, the guys talk Ohio State football and nothing but Ohio State football. Starting middle linebacker Tuf Borland is out until September, so what happens in the meantime? Nobody has stepped up at quarterback just yet. Are there legitimate reasons why? The offensive line is in a flux right now, but the pieces are coming together. There is plenty more discussed on the show as well. There will be another show on Friday featuring tidbits from Urban Meyer, leadership issues, listener questions, and much, much more.
+ Tuf Borland is out until September and Urban Meyer doesn’t seem to care.
+ Is Baron Browning your season-opening starting middle linebacker now?
+ If the linebackers are great early, will the coaches risk the chemistry by putting Tuf Borland into the lineup.
+ What does this mean for Tuf Borland when he returns?
+ Linebacker Yahtzee!
+ Could the versatility at linebacker become a problem?
+ Nobody has stepped up at quarterback yet.
+ What will it take for a QB to step up in the eyes of the coaches?
+ Why hasn’t a quarterback stepped up yet?
+ The offense doesn’t look that great right now.
+ Are Joe Burrow and Dwayne Haskins too tall for the position?
+ Is it beer goggles for running quarterbacks that has Urban Meyer giving Tate Martell a legitimate shot at starting?
+ Seeing over the offensive linemen doesn’t really exist for quarterbacks.
+ Where are we leaning right now as to the starting quarterback?
+ Does making this a three-man competition mean it’s less likely for Joe Burrow to stick around if nobody has won the job yet?
+ An offense with Dwayne Haskins and Tate Martell does kinda make you tingle.
+ You need a Hairy Buffalo with variety.
+ Malcolm Pridgeon is one of the stories of spring camp.
+ Branden Bowen can now move back to tackle when he returns from injury.
+ Who else has impressed folks on the offensive line?
+ A center has taken the lead.
+ You could play Offensive Line Yahtzee too if you wanted.
+ This is the deepest Ohio State offensive line we can ever remember.
+ The differences between Jim Tressel and Urban Meyer when it comes to recruiting offensive linemen.
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