Ryan Day Updates Following Fall Camp Practice No. 1
Spring’s Unanswered Questions for the Ohio State Tight Ends
Every year following Ohio State spring football we recap what happened position by position. Who stepped up, who stepped back, what got fixed, and what didn’t? With 12 of the 15 spring practices cancelled due to the pandemic, however, essentially nothing happened, nothing got fixed, nobody stepped up, and no questions got answered.
What Made Cade Stover, Cormontae Hamilton Position Movers?
Late last season, freshman linebacker Cade Stover moved to defensive end. It was written about, in case you missed it. This winter, Stover — who played in four games last year and redshirted — was moved from the defensive line to tight end. Meanwhile, redshirt freshman tight end Cormontae Hamilton caught the return flight to defensive line. In spring practice No. 1 on Monday…
Ohio State 2019 Class Report — LB/DE Cade Stover
Cade Stover was Mr. Football in Ohio following a senior season in 2018 where he posted 163 tackles, four interceptions, 1,477 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns. As a sophomore, he racked up 190 tackles (14.6/game), and was also a First-Team All-State pick as a junior. Stover was also Second-Team All-State in basketball as a junior and senior.
How Will Ohio State Replace… DE Chase Young
Young was a 5-star prospect out of Maryland who was ranked as the No. 7 player overall in the 2017 class and the No. 2 weakside defensive end in the nation. (Who was No. 1, you ask? Jaelan Phillips, who ended up at UCLA and posted just 4.5 sacks in two years before retiring and then unretiring and transferring to Miami last year.)
Having Outgrown Linebacker, Cade Stover Ready for Life at Defensive End
Sitting at a table among a long line of Ohio State coaches in the days leading up to the Fiesta Bowl, OSU linebackers coach Al Washington was finishing up some question-and-answering with one reporter when he was asked, “Hey Al, why weren’t you able to hold on to Cade Stover?” “That’s a good question,” Washington said laughing. “Mother Nature, I suppose?”
Friday Night Thoughts — New Stars About to Shine for Ohio State
The best thing about college football is the constant rejuvenation of talent and experience. It’s a conveyor belt of new names and new faces making big plays all over the country, and it will be no different for the Buckeyes in Ohio Stadium tomorrow afternoon. And I’m not even talking about Justin Fields (1)…
Freshman LB Cade Stover Latest Buckeye To Lose Black Stripe
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.
Buckeye Football Freshman Focus 2019 — LB Cade Stover
Back in April of 2018, Cade Stover famously announced his commitment to Ohio State in a video where he was also in the middle of farming. As a recruit, he had offers from Ohio State, Oklahoma, Michigan, Texas, Penn State, Notre Dame, and others. Stover was ranked the No. 7 outside linebacker, the No. 114 player in the nation, and the No. 4 player in Ohio.
December Has Been a Whirlwind for Ryan Day
COLUMBUS — On the day Urban Meyer announced his retirement, the soon-to-be-former Buckeye head coach said that with the pressure the early signing date has put on college football coaches that OSU’s new head coach Ryan Day better be in four states the next day recruiting future Buckeyes. Four days later, Day…