12 Former Ohio State Buckeyes In 2020 NFL Mock Drafts
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.
How Will Ohio State Replace… NTs DaVon Hamilton and Robert Landers
DaVon Hamilton and Robert Landers both came to Ohio State as 3-star, in-state prospects who were previously committed to other schools. Both were members of the 2015 recruiting class and both had to wait until after their senior seasons for an offer from the Buckeyes. Landers was once committed to West Virginia, while Hamilton was once committed to…
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Ohio State Updates — Jeff Hafley, Justin Fields, Jeff Okudah, More
COLUMBUS — Ohio State co-defensive coordinator and secondary coach Jeff Hafley met with reporters on Tuesday. He provided some insights into the Buckeyes’ adjustments on defense against the Wolverines and also previewed this weekend’s matchup against Wisconsin. Also speaking with the media were quarterback Justin Fields, cornerback Jeff Okudah, receiver KJ Hill, and more.
No Chase Young? No Jonathon Cooper? No Problem for Ohio State’s Defensive Line
COLUMBUS — Ohio State came into the Maryland game knowing that they would be down not one, but two of their starting defensive ends. Senior defensive end Jonathon Cooper has missed the majority of the games this season due to injury, and with junior defensive end Chase Young’s future up in the air, the Ohio State Rushmen had to figure out a way to make up…
WATCH: Tyreke Smith, Austin Mack, Shaun Wade, Davon Hamilton
The No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes will hit the road to Indiana on Saturday. Austin Mack, Tyreke Smith, Shaun Wade, and Davon Hamilton preview the game.
Live Updates — Larry Johnson, Greg Studrawa, Justin Fields, More
BB, Thanos, and Shrek Keeping Things Fresh for Buckeyes
Ohio State defensive linemen Robert Landers, Davon Hamilton, and Tommy Togiai are together plenty. They are friends and teammates, after all. The one place you generally won’t see them together, however, is on the field during a game. Playing the same nose tackle position as they do, they will be cutting into each other’s minutes every time they take a…
Five for Friday: What We’ve Learned From One Week Of OSU Fall Camp
Ohio State opened fall camp one week ago today. Their first scrimmage is tomorrow. Scrimmages are where players are given an opportunity to show what they can do in a semi-realistic simulation of an actual game. Coaches learn a lot from scrimmages, which is why Ryan Day said they’d start evaluating the quarterbacks a lot more seriously after the second scrimmage.
Ryan Day Made It a Point to Get to Know Buckeye Defenders
Former Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel was fond of saying that players don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. In other words, before they are willing to put in the necessary work for a man they don’t know, they want to know they’re doing it for a coach who has their best interests at heart.