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.
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.
Former Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell was ruled eligible to play the 2019 season for his new team, the Miami Hurricanes, by the NCAA.
After a forced hiatus of a couple of months, due mainly to a lack of internet at my new home, the Silver Bullets Podcast is back. The off-season may be quiet compared to the college football season itself, but there is plenty going on with spring practices just underway and the looming annual Spring Game. In the spirit of a busy offseason…
Former Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell said ‘Goodbye, Columbus’ today and headed south to his new home in Miami. Martell posted a series of images on his Instagram account with messages of support from friends at OSU, then documented his flight from Ohio to south Florida.
With the news of Tate Martell’s transfer official, the Buckeyes are now at the NCAA-mandated limit of 85 scholarship players. There are still about three weeks until the official National Signing Day for the 2019 recruiting class, but with most of their recruits already officially on-board, Ohio State seems to be in good shape.
Tate Martell is now officially “Former Ohio State Quarterback Tate Martell.” The redshirt sophomore announced that he will transfer to Miami. His decision comes in the wake of another transfer: Justin Fields leaving Georgia for OSU.
Even though he’s only been on the job for a little while, Ohio State head coach Ryan Day has already made an impact on the recruiting trail. Along with defensive line coach Larry Johnson, the two of them were instrumental in keeping Central Ohio defensive end Zach Harrison from heading out of state. Harrison is not the first Columbus-area…
With Tate Martell’s appearance in the NCAA’s transfer portal last week, what was expected to be a relatively calm winter suddenly foamed white with choppy seas. While Martell isn’t necessarily gone, based on social media sleuthing, it sure looks like he is on his way out. He was removed Ohio State from his Twitter profile…
Thursday afternoon, news broke that Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell’s name is now in the NCAA Transfer Portal. He has been a popular figure among Ohio State fans during his two seasons in Columbus, both for his personality and the potential of his game.