Baron Browning, Pete Werner Ohio State Football Buckeyes Linebacker

Buckeye Linebackers Will Set Depth Chart In Fall Camp

The Buckeyes are returning two starting linebackers from last season, having lost just Malik Harrison from a year ago. Starters Pete Werner and Tuf Borland return, as do five other upperclassmen with experience. Seniors Baron Browning and Justin Hilliard have as much experience as regular starters, and juniors K’Vaughan Pope, Teradja Mitchell, and Dallas Gant have all seen plenty…

Steele Chambers Ohio State Football Buckeyes Running Back

Lack of Spring Eliminated Huge Opportunity for Steele Chambers

When Master Teague went down with a leg injury at the start of spring practice, that left the Buckeyes with just Steele Chambers’ as the team’s only healthy full-time running back on scholarship. So often in college football, an injury to a player provides an opportunity for another. Due to the physical nature of the sport, “Next man up” is the working title of most college football seasons.

Ohio State Buckeyes football Wyatt Davis

Greg Studrawa Looking For Less Destruction, More Obstruction From Wyatt Davis

Wyatt Davis was an All-American last year as a first-year starter at right guard for the Buckeyes. As a 5-star signee in 2017, he came in with sizable expectations. Despite those expectations, however, he redshirted like most true freshmen offensive linemen tend to do. Davis then emerged in 2018 as a reliable backup, and stepped up greatly in two postseason starts.

Kevin Warren Big Ten Commissioner

B1G Could Play ‘Independent’ Of What Other Conferences Do This Season Per Commish

While we are still sitting on a calendar that has yet to even reach the second week of May, it is impossible not to see the pages beginning to flutter as the college football season hangs in uncertainty. The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down spring sports and stopped winter sports in their tracks. Fall sports are still a few months off, but they are looming.