Tony Gerdeman

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  • May 28, 2020
    Ohio State announced on Tuesday that they will begin spring football camp Friday March 19, with the spring game set for Saturday April 17. Ohio State does not yet know, however, what the situation will be regarding attendance for the annual scrimmage. Last week, athletic director Gene Smith said he did not expect tickets to be sold for the game.

    The Buckeyes will enter camp looking for a new starter at quarterback to replace Justin Fields, who leaves OSU a year early as arguably the best player the school has ever produced at the position.

    The battle to replace him will be waged by redshirt freshmen CJ Stroud and Jack Miller, along with incoming freshman Kyle McCord, who was a 5-star signee this past winter.

    Starting running back Master Teague is back, and he is joined by five other scholarship players behind him, including true freshmen TreVeyon Henderson and Evan Pryor.

    All three starting receivers return and they are bolstered by a very deep group of young players...

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