Ohio State football: Coach Ryan Day’s thoughts on the Buckeye offense

Aug 17, 2018

After nearly two weeks of media blackout (not counting social media videos), Ohio State dropped an information bomb on Friday afternoon. 

Interim coach Ryan Day provided an overall update on the team’s progress since the start of camp August 3 and highlighted some of the things the players have done off the field to keep things light. 

Day is leading the Buckeyes while Urban Meyer is on paid administrative leave and the school investigates how Meyer handled allegations assistant coach Zach Smith abused his wife in 2015. 

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Here is a summary of Day’s thoughts on the offense, where a new quarterback will be working with a deep and experience group of skill players:  

The Buckeyes have reached the midway point of the preseason and will wrap up camp with a scrimmage Saturday, two weeks before the season-opening game against visiting Oregon State.