No. 1 ranking in College Football Playoff Top 25 'doesn't mean anything' to Ryan Day, Buckeyes
Receiving the No. 1 spot in the initial College Football Playoff Top 25, the Ohio State Buckeyes are at the top of the college football world.
In his first year as the full-time head coach, Ryan Day is being careful to not allow his team to read too much into their recent successes.
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Tony Gerdeman of The O-Zone and Bill Rabinowitz of The Columbus Dispatch shared some of Day’s comments from his weekly radio appearance on 97.1 The Fan on Thursday:
"I don't stand anywhere." — Ryan Day on where he stands on the initial College Football Playoff rankings.
— Tony Gerdeman (@TonyGerdeman) November 7, 2019
Day on OSU being No. 1 in CFP rankings: "It doesn't mean anything to us at all. It's great to have the respect, but it doesn't mean anything…. The only thing I'd say is that our bull's-eye will get bigger and bigger."
— Bill Rabinowitz (@brdispatch) November 7, 2019
Edging out the No. 2 LSU Tigers (8-0) for the top spot, Ohio State (8-0) hosts Maryland (3-6) on Saturday at 12:00PM ET on FOX.
LSU travels to Tuscaloosa to battle the No. 3 Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0) at 3:30PM ET as part of the SEC on CBS.