Ohio State Postgame: Ryan Day, Miyan Williams, More Talk 45-31 Win Over Gophers

MINNEAPOLIS — Ohio State head coach Ryan Day and a number of Buckeyes talked with reporters following Ohio State’s 45-31 win at Minnesota. The defense was a major topic of conversation, as were the Ohio State running backs. Day and his players addressed those issues and many others throughout the session. The highlights of everything …

Lathan Ransom Building Towards Larger Role For Buckeyes

Every day until fall camp begins for Ohio State, we will profile a different Buckeye football player. Today that player is sophomore safety Lathan Ransom. Yesterday it was receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba. You can find all of the daily Scoop Profiles right here. Lathan Ransom No. 12 | Safety | 6-1 200 | Sophomore | Salpointe …

Spring Gleaning: Some Welcome Clarity At Safety for Buckeyes

Now that spring football is over, it’s time to look back at exactly what we just saw. We’ll go over each position group over the next two weeks with what was learned and what still needs to happen. Up next will be the Ohio State safeties. [Previous: Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Defensive Ends] Quick Position Overview Ohio …

Spring Breakdown: Ohio State Safeties Ready to Step Up?

Snapshot The ability to replace Jordan Fuller at free safety last year was always going to be one of the biggest issues for this team and that proved to be the case for most of the season. The Buckeyes were able to get away with it because of their offense and other aspects of their …

Buckeyes Continue to Build Arizona Recruiting Pipeline, Expanding National Brand

Ohio State football has been a household name across America for decades, yet since the turn of the century and up through 2019, the 8-time national champion was yet to sign a single prospect from the state of Arizona. A little over a week ago, Ohio State added Wide Receiver Kyion Grayes to a 2022 …

Secondary Numbers Getting Back Up to Ryan Day’s Liking

Ohio State went into their national championship game against Alabama last month undermanned up front without nose tackle Tommy Togiai and defensive end Tyreke Smith, but it was the situation in the back end that was much more of a concern for the Buckeyes. Ohio State was essentially comfortable with just four of their defensive …

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