Ohio State Makes Big Coaching Moves On Both Sides Of The Ball

A busy offseason for the Ohio State coaching staff took another turn on Tuesday with one move to maintain the stability of the offense, and another to help rebuild things on the defensive side of the ball.

Buckeye Scoop’s Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to break down Tony Alford’s new role on the offense, and the addition of former Duke defensive assistant Matt Guerrieri to Jim Knowles’ staff.

  • How have the Buckeyes maintained such stability on offense after so many great seasons in a row?
  • Does the addition of analysts on the defensive side of the ball help lessen the concerns about only having four full-time assistants there?
  • Plus, with Tate Martell deciding to retire as a college football player, looking back at the remarkable place he holds in Ohio State football history, and the Buckeyes’ incredible success in the midst of a bizarre stretch of quarterback recruits.

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