Ohio State may be 4-0 and own the No. 4 ranking in the College Football Playoff poll released this week, but Ryan Day is far from satisfied with the team’s performance in multiple areas. One of the biggest concerns through a few games is the kicking game.

Speaking on 97.1 The Fan on Wednesday, Day expressed some frustration with Ohio State’s inability to convert on field goal attempts this season. He says that’s a focal point for the Buckeyes’ special teams unit as it prepares for the final three games on the regular seaosn.

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“We’ve missed too many field goals. I’m not happy about that at all,” Day said. “That’s something that obviously Coach (Matt) Barnes and everyone is focusing on this week … it’s unacceptable.”

The Buckeyes have battled injuries and inexperience at the kicking position. Blake Haubeil has been battling a groin issue throughout the season, so he hasn’t been quite as effective as usual.

Ohio State has attempted just 5 field goals this season, converting on only 2. Haubeil is 1-of-2, Dominic DiMaccio is 1-of-2 and Jake Seibert is 0-of-1.

So far, it hasn’t cost the Buckeyes. But it’s definitely an area that needs to be cleaned up soon.