Ryan Day says Ohio State failed to meet its standard in 2021
Ryan Day was very adamant about what he expects for Ohio State in 2022. He stated that another 11-2 finish won’t cut it according to Dan Hope of Eleven Warriors.
Day spoke about what it’s been like to work with new DC Jim Knowles on Wednesday. The Buckeyes had problems on the defensive side of the ball last year, and he expects a much better performance from his defense. The Buckeyes allowed 20.9 points, 366.6 yards passing, and 119. 7 yards rushing per game in 2021.
The Ohio State HC has 3 goals in mind for 2022: Beat Michigan, win the B1G, and win a national championship. It sounds like the Buckeyes are going to be fired up in 2022.
“Maybe at some places 11-2 and winning the Rose Bowl is good year,” said Day. “It isn’t at Ohio State.”
Ryan Day: “Maybe at some places 11-2 and winning the Rose Bowl is a good year. It isn’t at Ohio State.”
— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) July 27, 2022
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