Ryan Day discusses OL play, search for consistency coming out of Ohio State spring game
Ryan Day and his Ohio State program hit the field Saturday afternoon for the annual spring game. Like most spring games, there are some positives and negatives to take away from the performance, and Day was directly asked about the offensive line after the game.
Day directly labeled the unit’s performance as inconsistent. The good news of that for Day is that the defensive front was able to create some pressure, but overall, there is work to do up front for the offense.
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“Inconsistent. I thought that there were some good things but overall we need more consistency there,” said Day per Eleven Warriors. “The good news is on defense we got in the backfield there and created some confusion and chaos, so just one of those things… Good to see the defense make some plays but we need more consistency there.”
At the end of the day, that consistency and being able to perform all the time is what will separate the good players from the great players:
“That’s what separates good from great players is being able to do it all the time. We need to see more of that,” Day said.
As for positive signs from Ohio State, the wide receivers made some highlight-reel plays. True freshman Carnell Tate scored on a beautiful deep ball from Kyle McCord while Jayden Ballard also produced a one-handed grab near the sideline.