The 2019 Ohio State football team is starting to take shape. Monday, OSU head coach Ryan Day announced who would start as the Buckeyes’ quarterback this fall.
It’s not exactly a big surprise, but it’s now official: Justin Fields is the starting quarterback for the 2019 Ohio State Buckeyes. Head coach Ryan Day announced the news Monday.
The Associated Press released its 2019 preseason college football poll Monday, and the Buckeyes are back near the top of the rankings.
For the fifth time this week and the second time on Thursday, a member of Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class has turned his black stripe to red. This time, it’s running back Steele Chambers.
For the fourth time in just four days, a member of Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class has lost his black stripe. Thursday it was freshman safety Bryson Shaw.
The targeting penalty was designed to protect players from concussions and other serious head injuries by outlawing dangerous hits. But what is targeting?
The Ohio State football team was back in action on Wednesday for their 11th practice of the fall. It ended up being the most extensive look the media has gotten at this year’s team during preseason camp.
Ohio State’s 2019 recruiting class is making quite an early impression on the Buckeyes’ coaching staff. Linebacker Cade Stover, a freshman from Mansfield, is now the seventh true freshman to lose his black stripe this year.