Ryan Day, CJ Stroud, and the Ohio State offense had their best performance of 2022 against the top-ranked Georgia defense. But injuries to Cade Stover and Marvin Harrison—when combined with the numerous skill position players the Buckeyes were already down—were too much to overcome in Ohio State’s 42-41 loss.
The Buckeyes entered the game short-handed at running back, with only freshman Dallan Hayden and do-everything Xavier Johnson fully available. Yet although Ohio State had little hope for explosiveness out of the run game without TreVeyon Henderson and Miyan Williams, Day did find ways to outleverage the Bulldog defense on the…
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