May 28, 2020
COLUMBUS — Ohio State head coach Ryan Day allowed the media to watch the entirety of Wednesday’s football practice, which will likely be our last look at the Buckeyes on the field for a couple of weeks.

It was a bit of a lighter practice in that this was one of the 16 practices that did not feature full pads, and quarterback CJ Stroud was held back for most of the drills so that he could rest his arm and other quarterbacks could get some reps.

While practice was going on, Stroud took some reps here and there in positional drills, but watched for most of team drills. The murmurs then began from the reporters watching. After practice, Day spent a couple of minutes answering questions and before a single question came out he addressed the Stroud situation and said there was nothing to be concerned about.

The fact that they are managing his work load right now would seem to indicate a very high level of confidence in where Stroud is in his preparation.

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