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.
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The Ohio State football team held its first scrimmage of 2019 fall camp on Saturday. With the opening game against Florida Atlantic now just three weeks away, it was an important milestone for the Buckeyes.
The Ohio State recruiting class of 2019 hit a milestone today, as its first two summer enrollees said goodbye to their black stripes. Thursday, offensive lineman Harry Miller and wide receiver Jameson Williams became the first freshmen to go from black to scarlet in fall camp.
There are a few notable pieces of news to come out of the practice, including some intriguing moves along the offensive line. After practice, OSU head coach Ryan Day held a press conference to discuss what he had seen and learned about his team thusfar.