Ohio State closed out spring practice this weekend by hosting its annual spring game inside The Horseshoe on Saturday afternoon. In front of  a crowd of over 19,000, there was a lot to like from what the Buckeyes did on the field.

All three quarterbacks — C.J. Stroud, Kyle McCord, Jack Miller III — impressed, receivers Chris Olave, Garrett Wilson had strong performances, new freshman defensive end Jack Sawyer was dominant and play on the offensive line was solid.

It can be difficult to evaluate what happens in a spring game, but a lot seemed to go right for Ohio State, especially offensively. Did head coach Ryan Day see the same thing?

Following the spring game, Day answered numerous questions about the freshmen early enrollees, the quarterback battle, Sawyer’s performance, having fans back at Ohio Stadium and more.

Here’s what Day had to say following the spring game: