Corey Dennis may be Ohio State’s new quarterbacks coach, but he’s not a new face among the Buckeye players. Dennis has been involved with the quarterbacks in one way or another for years. Heck, he’s been at Ohio State longer than any of the Buckeye quarterbacks. Since each player’s arrival, they’ve known Dennis as one of their coaches.
When Ryan Day named Corey Dennis as Ohio State’s quarterback coach, it definitely caused a stir. With Mike Yurcich’s departure to Texas after the season, Day could have conducted a national search — and undoubtedly received a number of impressive resumes. Instead, he went with Dennis, who had been at Ohio State longer than Day, but had never been a position coach.
The good news about being a freshman quarterback on the Ohio State football team in 2020 is that there is already an established starter in Justin Fields, so the learning process can be allowed to breathe a little bit. The better news, however, is that neither of the Buckeyes’ two freshmen quarterbacks have to take the relaxed route if they don’t want to.
Jack Miller, CJ Stroud both came to Ohio State knowing that they had competition in the QB room. How is it playing out a month into their Buckeye careers?
Roughly 200 quarterbacks have transferred from FBS programs over the last two seasons, and the gamut runs from former 5-star recruits to walk-ons. It is the rare program that has yet to be impacted by it. Ohio State, of course, is not one of those rare programs. Joe Burrow, Tate Martell, Matthew Baldwin, and Kory Curtis have all transferred out, while Justin Fields…
Ohio State early enrollees like Julian Fleming, Jack Miller, and Lejond Cavazos are moving into their new home this weekend, taking the first step of their college football careers.
The Buckeyes haven’t signed two signal-callers in the same year since 2015, when Joe Burrow and Torrance Gibson both joined the program. Here’s why they added C.J. Stroud and Jack Miller this year.
The Ohio State coaching staff zeroed in on Jack Miller as the Buckeyes’ quarterback of the future back in 2018. Now, he’s officially a part of the team.
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.
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.