The Ohio State offense has bogged down at times this season, especially in the red zone. There are plenty of theories on why, including issues with the offensive line, playcalling, and whether running quarterback CJ Stroud more in those crucial situations might end up making a big difference.

Ohio State head coach Ryan Day met with the media on Tuesday to recap his team’s win over Nebraska, and take stock of the offense. You’ll hear directly from Day on those subjects and more.

  • What’s the latest on suspended QB Jack Miller?
  • Is QB Quinn Ewers getting closer to being ready to play?
  • Why does Day feel it’s important to be more involved in recruiting than a lot of other head coaches?

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  1. Sure it would help. But if his injured shoulder is more prone to setback, then no he should not.

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