Five Predictions: Oregon at Ohio State

People will tell you that the biggest games are the hardest ones to predict, but those people are idiots. It’s not about the size of the game in the prediction, but rather the size of the prediction in the game. For a professional, every prediction is big. There are no small predictions, just small predictors. …

‘Electric’ TreVeyon Henderson Impressing Ohio State Defense

This year’s freshman class at Ohio State is one of the most anticipated in school history, only made even more exciting by the late addition of defensive end JT Tuimioloau and the recent enrollment of quarterback Quinn Ewers. Ewers was the top quarterback prospect in the 2022 recruiting class, but then he reclassified to the …

ScoopNotes: Young Ohio State Defensive Ends Must Now Step Up

Wednesday began Ohio State’s foray into the daily grind of fall camp. Twenty-five practices only tell part of the story, but that’s where most of the plot will unfold. Day one was a glimpse, day two will be behind closed doors, but reporters will be back on hand for a quick look at practice on …

Linebacker Cody Simon Solid Option Inside For Buckeyes

Every day until fall camp begins for Ohio State, we will profile a different Buckeye football player. Today that player is sophomore linebacker Cody Simon. Yesterday it was tight end Cade Stover. You can find all of the daily Scoop Profiles right here. Cody Simon No. 30 | Linebacker | 6-2 232 | Sophomore | St. Peter’s …

Spring Gleaning: Still Plenty Of Questions At Linebacker For Buckeyes

Now that spring football is over, it’s time to look back at exactly what we just saw. We’ll continue going over each position group for the rest of the week with what was learned and what still needs to happen. Up next will be the Ohio State linebackers. [Previous: Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends | Defensive Ends | …

10 Observations: Spring Game Edition

Saturday was an exciting day in Ohio Stadium as the Buckeyes returned to their home field with fans in attendance for the first time in roughly 18 months. Though there was no tackling, the Spring Game did give us a glimpse at some of the young talent on the Ohio State roster so we’re giving …

Spring Breakdown: Buckeyes Need Three New Starting Linebackers

Snapshot Ohio State must replace veteran linebackers Tuf Borland, Pete Werner, Baron Browning, and Justin Hilliard, who combined for nearly 100 career starts over the years. It was a talented, experienced, and versatile group last year, and one that won’t soon be forgotten. There is versatility and talent among the linebackers returning, but the experience …

Replacing Baron Browning: On the Outside Looking In

Baron Browning came to Ohio State as one of the many outstanding prospects in the 2017 signing class. A 5-star linebacker from Texas, Browning was part of an OSU class that included Chase Young, Jeff Okudah, JK Dobbins, Wyatt Davis, Josh Myers, and many more. Browning spent his first three years at middle linebacker behind …

Replacing Pete Werner: Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

Pete Werner has been one of the best, most versatile, and most underappreciated linebackers in recent Ohio State football memory. As a 3-year starter for the Buckeyes, Werner showcased his versatility in various ways over the years. His first two years starting were spent at Sam, but with much different duties in two entirely different …

Replacing Tuf Borland: Open Mike Night?

Tuf Borland was a four-year starter at middle linebacker for the Buckeyes, emerging as a redshirt freshman in 2017 in place of injured middle linebacker Chris Worley. He finished with 228 career tackles and 19 tackles for loss. Borland was a 3-time captain as voted upon by his teammates and earned Honorable Mention All-Big Ten …

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