Joe Burrow’s possible transfer was a topic of conversation almost every day since he first admitted to thinking about it following last December’s Big Ten Championship Game. Burrow addressed the possibility again following the Cotton Bowl and more during spring football. As such, the coaches also had to address it.
It is safe to say that former Ohio State quarterback Joe Burrow was going to transfer to a place where he felt he was likely to start. With him choosing LSU on Friday, that gives you a pretty good idea of what he believes the Tigers’ depth chart looks like at quarterback currently. But is he correct in his assumption? Probably.
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In this episode of The Buckeye SloopCast, Kyle and Jared weigh in on the Joe Burrow situation. They break down his options school by school. Burrow’s departure means that Dwayne Haskins is the starter now, right? The show also hits the Buckeye recruiting trail, specifically the quarterback position. Has Ohio State…
The Ohio State spring game was nearly a month ago, but there is still no shortage of Buckeye-related items to talk about. And Joe Burrow completely blew the thought of summer doldrums out of the water. Given everything going on, I thought now would be a good time for an Ohio State football mailbag. If you want…
In this episode of Accost the Field, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr talk Ohio State football, and in particular the transfer of Joe Burrow. How do we think the conversation went between Urban Meyer and Burrow? Where might Burrow be headed? Could the Buckeyes be looking at some grad transfers, and who might be out there.
It wasn’t just Ohio State football fans reacting to Joe Burrow’s decision to transfer. His teammates reacted as well, many of them doing so on Twitter and sharing their well wishes for the now-former Buckeye quarterback. Here is a collection of what the Buckeyes had to say as they wished Burrow well in his future endeavors.