We’re back for our May offseason edition of the Silver Bullets Podcast and, because we know nobody can get enough of it, we have lots more quarterback talk for your listening enjoyment. Chip and I discuss Ryan Day’s transfer haul and how Ohio State made out about as well as it could in the QB department, all things considered.
Ohio State began spring camp with a quarterback competition between sophomore Justin Fields and redshirt freshman Matthew Baldwin. Now, however…not so much. Doing a spring recap of the Buckeye quarterbacks from this past spring is kind of like being tasked to write about how great the harvest on Alderaan was…
Herding cats has nothing on trying to keep a quarterback room full. Ohio State head coach Ryan Day has seen a flurry of quarterback activity in his nearly two-and-a-half years at Ohio State. In fact, there have been 15 quarterbacks in that span who have either played for OSU or committed to the Buckeyes since Day’s arrival.
Ohio State just landed a quarterback commitment that it desperately needed. Gunnar Hoak, a grad transfer from Kentucky, will be a Buckeye.
Gunnar Hoak, who played quarterback for Kentucky the last three seasons, has entered his name in the NCAA Transfer Portal. Hoak is a native of Dublin, Ohio, just outside Columbus. He could also be an almost perfect fit for Ohio State.