Ohio State is about to begin its third spring season under head coach Ryan Day.

The first two have produced pretty good results. In 2019, the Buckeyes finished 13-1 and earned a spot in the College Football Playoff before dropping their first game of the year to Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl. Last year, Ohio State went 7-1 and made an appearance in the national championship, suffering a loss to Alabama in the title game.

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Both years resulted in undefeated regular season play and a pair of B1G titles. Not too shabby for a first-time head coach.

Friday, the Buckeyes will begin preparing for the 2021 season with the start of spring practice. They’ll host 15 practices and round out a month of workouts with a spring game on Saturday, April 17.

On Wednesday, Day met with the media to discuss the spring season. Here’s what the head coach had to say while speaking with reporters: