The Ohio State quarterback battle rages on, as does the arguing. Ryan Day has now gone later than he’s ever gone before when it comes to naming a quarterback, but he’s also never had a competition as even as this one.
In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss where things stand right now for the Buckeyes, and who it favors the longer this goes on. They also talk about how the coaches are split on who they want. Is there an even split along offensive and defensive lines in terms of who the coaches want? The fellas talk discuss that topic, as well as the offensive line nearing concrete status, the concern at free safety, and the likelihood that a true freshman could be in the opening day lineup against the Indiana Hoosiers.
- Is this a case of nobody being good enough to start at quarterback?
- Both QBs are playing their best right now.
- Who does this favor the longer the QB battle goes on?
- The assistant coaches were split down the middle on their votes for QB.
- Were those votes split along offensive and defensive lines?
- What will be the tiebreaker in the quarterback battle?
- The offensive line is just about set.
- Where is the cause for concern up front?
- Could a freshman end up starting?
- Jim Knowles has done some self reflection.
- What did he learn about himself and his scheme?
- What is Jim Knowles’ biggest concern right now?
- What is holding Ja’Had Carter back?
- Could the Buckeyes end up starting a freshman in the secondary?