COLUMBUS – The path to the field is not the same for any two players, especially when it comes to trying to get on the field at one of the top programs in the entire sport.
Quarterback Kyle McCord has seen that as he enters his second year in the Ohio State football program. The former five-star quarterback has had a taste of the action with the team but has largely been relegated to a back-up role, for now, but knows that things should be wide open in 2023.
But looking ahead to 2023 won’t do anyone any good, especially…
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