Ohio State spring football is now two practices in, and we’re getting little more insight into what to expect from the 2020 OSU tight ends and linebackers.
After practice, Ohio State head coach Ryan Day recapped what he saw on the field, some early impressions of the new freshmen, and what his goals are for the 2020 season.
COLUMBUS — Ohio State welcomed in 14 early enrollee freshmen in the 2020 class last month and today they met with the media for the first time. They talked about adapting to life at Ohio State, the moderate Februaries that Columbus is known for, competition, relying on each other, and much, much more. Featured in the videos below are cornerback…
Mickey Marotti, Ohio State’s assistant athletic director for football sports performance, met with the media to take a look at the Buckeyes’ 2020 early enrollees and winter workouts.
Classes are now underway at Ohio State, which means the freshmen football players who have enrolled early are now moved in and getting their first taste of being a college student. Of course, that first taste may be a bit different than the average student, given the on-call chefs at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, but let’s digress. Fourteen Buckeyes have enrolled
Friday morning, Ohio State head coach Ryan Day and Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney held a joint press conference to preview the 2019 Fiesta Bowl game.
After 13 of the most dominating games in Ohio State football history, the Buckeyes’ season now comes down to the 2019 Fiesta Bowl between OSU and Clemson.