COLUMBUS — Following Ohio State’s 76-5 win over the Miami RedHawks, Buckeyes’ head coach Ryan Day and quarterback Justin Fields spoke with reporters. The answered questions about the offensive explosion Ohio State showed on Saturday as well as plenty of other items of note. Here are all of the highlights of what they had to say.
COLUMBUS — Ohio State head coach Ryan Day met with reporters Thursday afternoon to provide some final updates on his football team before Saturday’s game against Miami (OH). He also talked about why he chose to stay at Ohio State and talked a bit about redshirt freshman H-back Jaelen Gill. Here are the highlights.
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day takes part in his weekly radio show today beginning at 12:00 pm. He is expected to look back on last week’s game a bit, and then spend time talking about this weekend’s game against the Miami RedHawks. We will provide updates throughout the entire hour. Hit refresh for the latest updates throughout the show.
Ohio State cornerback Damon Arnette is now a well-read college graduate, but if you ask him, he might tell you that his favorite thing he’s ever read is Peyton Ramsey’s third-down pass last Saturday inside the Ohio State 10-yard line. Arnette read the Indiana quarterback’s rollout and waited for him to throw the ball back to Hoosier tight end Peyton Hendershot.
Not a lot of sense wasting time on last week’s statistical recap. I was accurate on a couple of predictions, but undervalued the offense and it showed in the overall yardage. When you rush for over seven yards per carry and better than 300 yards, overshooting the passing yardage is possible. I did just that. I hit on another Justin…
There is a lot to like about this year’s Ohio State defense — at least to this point. Three games isn’t a huge sample size, but based on what the Buckeyes showed last season, it doesn’t take much to know that things are considerably different than they were a year ago. Head coach Ryan Day brought in four new defensive…
Punter Drue Chrisman has never scored a point in his Buckeye career, but Ohio State wouldn’t be averaging 46 points per game without him. That might sound like an odd thing to read, given that Chrisman is the guy who takes the field only after the OSU offense has failed. When you look at what happens after he punts, however, the picture becomes a bit clearer.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Stat head coach Ryan Day will take to the podium at 12:00 pm today to answer questions from reporters. He is expected to speak again about Saturday’s win at Indiana, as well as this week’s upcoming game against Miami (Ohio). We will provide like updates once the session gets underway. Refresh for all of the newness.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The #6 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0, 1-0) traveled for the first time this season, going on the road to Bloomington, Indiana and coming away with a 51-10 win over the Indiana Hoosiers. Following the game, Buckeye head coach Ryan Day spoke with reporters about the game and his players. Before that, however, quarterback Justin Fields fielded some question.
Three weeks into the 2019 Ohio State football season, there is a lot of reason for optimism for Ryan Day and his program. Sophomore QB Justin Fields accounted for four touchdowns, and J.K. Dobbins and Master Teague combined for 299 yards rushing in a 51-10 Buckeye win over Indiana.