Ohio State’s head coach Ryan Day keeps quiet on the Buckeye’s injuries coming off of their bye week. The first question for Day was about his team’s health and he took it in stride with a laugh.

Per the Dispatch’s Bill Rabinowitz:

The consensus seems to be that a lot of the lingering injuries were allowed to rest during the off week and helped the players who have been playing through injuries get back to 100% for the match-up against Iowa.

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Per Eleven Warrior’s Griffin Strom Twitter account:

Typically great coaches keep their cards close to their chest to help prevent any information from leaking. The Buckeyes will practice for three days and get ready for the game against Iowa.

Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Miyan Williams did not make the trip to Michigan State. Both are looking like they will return by the time Iowa comes to Columbus but nothing official from coach Day.

Coach Day understands that the bye week is critical for a team’s health and it’s clearly a point of focus for his staff to get ready for the second half of the season.