Here's what Ohio State football looks like during 2023 spring practice

Ohio State football spring practice is underway.

After ending their season with a College Football Playoff semifinal loss to Georgia in the Peach Bowl, the Buckeyes have started preparing for the 2023 season, which begins Sept. 2 at Indiana.

With players like quarterback C.J. Stroud and wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba, what will Ohio State look like in 2023? Which position battles are forming throughout spring practices ahead of the Buckeyes' spring game at Ohio Stadium April 15?

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Here's a look at each position as spring practice continues.

2023 Ohio State football offense spring previews

  • Quarterback — Kyle McCord and Devin Brown battle for the starting job

  • Running back — Could Chip Trayanum and Dallan Hayden earn even more carries after a strong spring?

  • Wide receiver — Noah Rogers, Carnell Tate, Bryson Rodgers get first taste of Ohio State football

  • Tight end — How different do Ohio State's tight ends look with Keenan Bailey now in charge?

  • Offensive line — Who will emerge for Ohio State at each offensive tackle spot?

2023 Ohio State football defense and special teams spring previews

  • Defensive line — What depth does Ohio State have behind J.T. Tuimoloau and Jack Sawyer?

  • Linebacker — Experience seems to be overflowing in Jim Knowles' linebackers room

  • Defensive back — Who are Ja’Had Carter and Davis Igbinosun?

  • Special teams — No Noah Ruggles. What's next?

Ohio State football schedule 2023

Here's what Ohio State's 2023 football schedule looks like.

  • Sept. 2: Ohio State vs. Indiana, Memorial Stadium, Bloomington, Indiana

  • Sept. 9: Ohio State vs. Youngstown State, Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

  • Sept. 16: Ohio State vs. Western Kentucky, Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

  • Sept. 23: Ohio State vs. Notre Dame, Notre Dame Stadium, South Bend, Indiana

  • Oct. 7: Ohio State vs. Maryland, Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

  • Oct. 14: Ohio State vs. Purdue, Ross-Ade Stadium, West Lafayette, Indiana

  • Oct. 21: Ohio State vs. Penn State, Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

  • Oct. 28: Ohio State vs. Wisconsin, Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wisconsin

  • Nov. 4: Ohio State vs. Rutgers, SHI Stadium, Piscataway, New Jersey

  • Nov. 11: Ohio State vs. Michigan State, Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

  • Nov. 18: Ohio State vs. Minnesota, Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

  • Nov. 25: Ohio State vs. Michigan, Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

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