Each week, ESPN’s College GameDay travels to a location featuring a marquee matchup. This week, for Week 10, the crew is at Memphis for the top 25 game between SMU-Memphis.

The three hour long show goes over a lot of college football content each Saturday morning, and at one point during this week’s show, the crew interviewed Ohio State coach Ryan Day.

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The Buckeyes have a bye this week, but will be back to take on Maryland on Nov. 9. Members of the GameDay crew came at Day with questions about the offense, quarterback Justin Fields, running back J.K. Dobbins, etc.

But then Day was asked about Chase Young. Young, a defensive end for Ohio State, leads the country in sacks and had four in the team’s convincing thrashing over Wisconsin last weekend.

Here’s a comment that Day made when talking about his star pass-rusher:

“He’s obviously the most dominant player in college football right now.”

What more does he need to say? Young is doing everything anybody could possibly ask of him this season. He’s even getting Heisman Trophy love. Kirk Herbstreit talked about it once the interview with Day concluded.

If you’re talking about the best overall player in CFB, how do you not go with Young at this point?