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Football

What Is Ryan Day’s Advice to Kerry Coombs On Running a Defense?

When a new offensive or defensive coordinator joins a college football team, that generally means some changes are coming as well. Depending on the reason for the new hire, those changes can be dramatic or slight. If the previous coordinator was fired, expect sizable changes. If the previous coordinator took a head coaching job, then those changes may not be so noticeable.

Football

Kerry Coombs Expects Success for Damon Arnette in NFL

Everybody’s path to the NFL Draft is unique in some way, and former Ohio State cornerback Damon Arnette is no different. Arnette had quite the storied career at Ohio State, but those stories didn’t always have fairy tale endings. There were ups and downs in his five years, but he certainly finished with a flourish and is now about to transition to this next chapter in his life as an NFL player.

Larry Johnson Ohio State Football Defensive Line Coach Buckeyes
Football Recruiting

Recruiter Rankings: Buckeyes Making Moves…Again

Ohio State football continues to be out in front of the rest of the nation in terms of 2021 recruiting, and when it comes to recruiter rankings, Buckeye assistant coaches hold the top three spots nationally, four of the top six, and five of the top 10. Two of the three biggest jumps of the week among the top 10 were by Ohio State assistants Kerry Coombs and Larry Johnson.

Shaun Wade Ohio State Buckeyes Cornerback
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Kerry Coombs Sees Long, Fast Defensive Backs in Ohio State Secondary

You don’t need a measuring tape and a stopwatch to know that Ohio State’s secondary is tall and fast. All you need to do is watch them for a bit. You’ll notice the size immediately. The speed will show itself soon enough. The Buckeyes are replacing three secondary starters from last season, and all four spots will be manned by someone new. Shaun Wade moves from…

Kerry Coombs Ohio State
Football

Who Will Call Plays on Defense for the Buckeyes This Year?

“Who’s calling plays?” There may be no more time-honored tradition around the Ohio State football program than asking who’s calling the plays. Why? Because if people don’t know who’s calling plays, they won’t know who to blame when something goes wrong. Seemingly, that has been one reason why it has been difficult at times in having Buckeye coaches tell us…