Ryan Day addresses Ohio State's first 2 games of 2022: 'I wouldn't say I'm pleased'
The Ohio State Buckeyes will press on to their third consecutive home game in a five-game homestand in Week 3.
With two wins under the Buckeyes’ belt, they will try to keep the momentum rolling against Toledo this coming Saturday, Sept. 14 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
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Head coach Ryan Day, during Tuesday afternoon’s press conference, addressed his thoughts on the team in the first two weeks of play and what he hopes they can accomplish moving forward.
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“I wouldn’t say I’m pleased,” Day said. “We gotta keep that edge. We are nowhere near where we need to be.” “Across the board, it’s everybody and everything… everybody has gotta improve.”
Day ensures that he wants his team to keep on improving and that they are nowhere near where they hope to be.
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Day emphasized, that the Buckeyes need to always play their best, regardless of the opponent.
A nonconference game this Saturday for the Buckeyes will showcase more of their abilities to give it their all against Toledo.
The good news for Ohio State is that the receiver duo of Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Julian Fleming are expected to hit the field this weekend. We’ll see if that expectation holds true when kickoff comes around.