There are 12 different former Ohio State Buckeyes in NFL Mock Drafts. And it looks like the program could be on the verge of doing something it has never done before.
Bowen redshirted as a true freshman during the 2015 season, but played as a reserve and on special teams in 2016. As a redshirt sophomore in 2017, he won the starting right guard job and started the first six games before breaking his leg. Bowen missed the rest of the season and also missed the 2018 season due to complications and another surgery.
Two big returns on the defensive line and a game-time decision on the offensive line have shaken things up on this week’s Ohio State depth chart.
After missing the first four games of the season due to an undisclosed injury, senior defensive end Jonathon Cooper is finally back in the Ohio State lineup. Ohio State released their Friday availability report and Cooper’s lack of presence on the list is very welcome news for the Buckeyes. Cooper’s return is even…
COLUMBUS — Ohio State coordinators Kevin Wilson and Jeff Hafley will be speaking with the media around 12:30 pm today to talk about Saturday’s upcoming game against Florida Atlantic. They will also provide some updates on the football team as a whole. Also speaking will be Tuf Borland, Robert Landers, Branden Bowen, and KJ Hill.
Everybody loves college football. If somebody tells you they don’t love it, they’re wrong. We look forward to particular games and watching certain players. Each week we get to see something new. That is especially true if you think about the sheer number of individual matchups there are to watch this season. And that’s just the Ohio State games.
COLUMBUS — Today at Ohio State, it was the offensive and defensive lines’ turn to step in front of the microphones and talk with reporters. Offensive line coach Greg Studrawa and several of his players talked about the potential of this offensive line. Defensive line coach Larry Johnson did much of the same. Here’s a glimpse at much of what was being said today.
Fall camp gets underway for the Buckeyes on Friday and every single Ohio State position coach will have a mental list of things that they need to get done. In fact, they may actually have a physical list as well. Speculating as to what might be on each assistant coach’s list is always a fun exercise, and there are no shortages of items that will need to be addressed.
With five new assistant coaches on Ryan Day’s Ohio State staff, there was some unfamiliarity that had to be resolved. When they new coaches were brought on, however, the staff was out recruiting for the first month that they were all “together.” Eventually, things settled down for a few weeks before spring ball began and they’ve settled again since…