Ryan Day wants Ohio State's offense to start off with a blank slate for 2022
Ryan Day wants the offense for Ohio State to become one of the most explosive offenses in the nation once again, but the 2021 season isn’t good enough to rest on. Ohio State returns 6 starters on an offense that finished 1st in the nation in points per game (45.7) and 1st in total yards per game (561.5).
On Thursday, after Ohio State’s first fall camp practice, Day opened up on the success that the offense has created in the past that goes into the 2022 season. “Our offense hasn’t done anything. We gotta go prove ourselves. That doesn’t just happen.” Day says, “if we can play complementary football this year, that gives us the chance to win our first game.”
"Our offense hasn't done anything. We gotta go prove ourselves. … That doesn't just happen." Day says "if we can play complementary football this year, that gives us the chance to win our first game."
— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) August 4, 2022
Ohio State returns one of the best quarterbacks in the nation in C.J. Stroud and wide receiver Jaxson Smith-Njigba. They must replace two key receivers and two key offensive linemen from last season.
While there is high-caliber talent with this Buckeyes’offense, Day looks to the present, not the past.
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