Ohio State junior quarterback Justin Fields isn’t taking things too easily during the nationwide quarantine process. While college athletes are spread all over the country and separated from their respective college programs, each is doing what they can to stay busy, to stay in shape, and most especially to stay sharp.
Now that the 2020 NFL Draft has come and gone, draft experts still have to feed the beast, and ESPN’s Mel Kiper, Jr. has done that today by releasing his initial top 25 prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft, as well as his initial position rankings. You probably won’t be surprised to find out that the Buckeyes populate both lists. Quarterback Justin Fields is…
Subtlety is a lost art in the modern world. All too often, people feel compelled to go way over-the-top for attention when a less-obvious route would be far better. Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields has seemingly taken that lesson to heart.
According to the latest Heisman odds released by FOXBet, Ohio State junior quarterback Justin Fields is now the betting favorite to win the 2020 Heisman Trophy. After finishing third in last year’s balloting following a season where he threw for 3,273 yards with 41 touchdowns and just three interceptions, Fields is now +350 to win the award in 2020.
Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields is one of the semifinalists for the most prestigious award in amateur sports. Older than the Heisman Trophy, the AAU Sullivan Award is given to the best amateur athlete in the nation, regardless of sport.
Following a season where Justin Fields threw for 41 touchdowns and just three interceptions while completing 67% of his passes, it might be a bit daunting for a first-year quarterback coach to now be tasked with improving on those numbers. That is Corey Dennis’ job, however, as he steps in for the departed Mike Yurcich. This isn’t his first year with the quarterbacks…
The knee injury suffered by Justin Fields in the closing moments against Penn State was one of the biggest turning points in the Buckeyes’ 2019 season.
Kerry Coombs was named new Ohio State defensive coordinator on Monday. It was not a surprise to anybody who pays attention to such things, but what may be a surprise to Coombs is what is awaiting him in the Buckeye secondary. Ohio State must replace starting cornerbacks Damon Arnette and Jeff Okudah, as well as starting safety Jordan Fuller.