No beginning QB named after Buckeyes spring game

  • Jake Trotter, ESPN Personnel WriterApr 13, 2024, 03:47 PM ET Close Jake Trotter covers the Cleveland Browns for ESPN. He joined ESPN in 2011 covering college football. Before that, he worked at The Oklahoman, Austin American-Statesman and Middletown (Ohio) Journal papers. You can follow him on Twitter @Jake_Trotter.

COLUMBUS, Ohio– Ohio State coach Ryan Day and offensive coordinator Chip Kelly said the Buckeyes are still not prepared to name a beginning quarterback coming out of Saturday’s spring game.Kansas State

transfer Will Howard is fighting junior Devin Brown and luxury freshman Julian Sayin, who originally signed with Alabama before registering at Ohio State. Sophomore Lincoln Kienholz and freshman Air Noland also got snaps in the spring game.Howard, who began 12 games for Kansas State last season, finished 9 of 13 passes for 77 yards Saturday. Brown tossed the only touchdown pass. Sayin ended up with a game-high passing 85 backyards, however likewise tossed a pick-six. Kelly said the coaching

personnel would evaluate film of the spring game and continue their examination of the quarterback competitors, however added the Buckeyes didn’t have” an exact timetable “of when they would pick a starter.Editor’s Picks “You constantly wish to do it previously,” stated Kelly, who left his task as UCLA

‘s head coach in February to call plays for the Buckeyes. “But I likewise believe every time I’ve been involved in this, it kind of occurs naturally and authentically since the players know. … Gamers understand who they feel is the guy. And the majority of the time the choice is very obvious.”Kyle McCord, who began at quarterback for the Buckeyes last season, transferred to Syracuse in December.

Previous Article
Next Article

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.