Ryan Day says Ohio State's ranking in the polls 'doesn't mean anything'
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day doesn’t care what rank Ohio State is in the polls. It means nothing to him and, by extension, the program.
For what it’s worth, the Buckeyes are the No. 3 team in the country after downing then-No. 5 ranked Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish have taken quite a fall since that point, starting the season 0-2 following an embarrassing loss to Marshall.
Ryan Day addressed the ranking on a zoom press conference with reporters Thursday.
Ryan Day on Oho State’s rankings in the polls: “Doesn’t mean anything. Doesn’t mean a thing. … We just try to talk to our guys about it, ignore the noise whether it’s good or bad.”
— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) September 15, 2022
Ohio State looks to continue its undefeated streak and improve along the way Saturday against Toledo.
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