The Ohio State football team opened fall camp today at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. During a normal year, that sentence would be enough to quicken the pulse of millions of people in the state.
The 2020 football season may be still somewhat up in the air, but this year’s Ohio State football captains are now official. Tuesday afternoon, the Buckeyes announced that seven players would serve as captains for this fall.
Ohio State junior quarterback Justin Fields was named to the Manning Award Watch List. Fields is one of 30 players on the list.
Ohio State junior quarterback Justin Fields was named Friday to the 2020 Maxwell Award Watch List. The Maxwell Award is handed out each season to the best all-around player in the country.
The Ohio State football program will take another meaningful step toward the 2020 football season on Friday with the start of NCAA-approved walkthrough practices.
Ohio State junior running back Master Teague was named Thursday to the 2020 Wuerffel Award Watch List for his dedication to community service.
Ohio State senior punter Drue Chrisman was named Wednesday to the 2020 Ray Guy Award Watch List. The award goes to the best punter in the nation.
Another day, another Buckeye in line to potentially win a national award. This time it’s senior kicker Blake Haubeil, who was named Wednesday to the Lou Groza Award Watch List.
Three Ohio State offensive linemen, Thayer Munford, Josh Myers, and Wyatt Davis are among the 85 players named to the 2020 Outland Trophy Watch List.
Three senior linebackers at Ohio State were named Monday to the 2020 Butkus Award Watch List. Tuf Borland, Baron Browning, and Pete Werner were all among the players named.
Ohio State senior tight end Luke Farrell was named Friday to the John Mackey Award Preseason Watch List. The Mackey Award is handed out annually to the top tight end in the nation.