Zach Harrison spoke the media on Wednesday about a couple of topics. Eleven Warriors’ Griffin Strom posted what he said.

Harrison talked about where he likes to play best on the defensive line. The Ohio State D-lineman told assistant coach Larry Johnson that he likes to play at the inside positions after he had a part in creating two turnovers against Rutgers.

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Harrison finished the game with 2 total tackles and 1 forced fumble on Saturday. Ohio State went on to beat Rutgers 49-10 to remain undefeated.

Playing under Jim Knowles has been a good thing for Harrison. He spoke highly of the first-year DC, calling him a “genius” and that Knowles also knows when to draw up the perfect plays.

In Knowles’ first year Ohio State is allowing 14.8 points, 263. 8 total offensive yards, 153. 4 yards passing, and 110.4 yards rushing per game.

It looks like Harrison approves of the new DC in Columbus.