Ohio State’s quarterbacks have all finally thrown an in-game pass inside Ohio Stadium, even if it was just the Spring Game. Their stat lines are as follows: • C.J. Stroud: 16 of 22, 185 yards and two touchdowns; • Kyle McCord: 12 of 17, 184 yards and one touchdown; and • Jack Miller: 17 of 30, 128 yards and one interception. From the outside looking in, Stroud seemed to have the inside track at starting and his performance confirmed that opinion.
Three observations from Ohio State football’s Spring Game at Ohio Stadium on Saturday. Jack Sawyer spent so much time in the backfield, you may have missed the play that best demonstrated his impact. Early in the second quarter, the freshman defensive end cut inside tackle Grant Toutant, only to encounter the wall known as Paris Johnson Jr. Not many true freshman warrant a double team in the spring game.
Within five minutes in the 3rd quarter, Kent State managed to score three goals and get a large lead. The two-point lead began to look troubling for the Bobcats after going into the fourth quarter with no more goals scored. Luckily enough, freshman Tasmin Williams scored a goal to make the score 2-3.