Ohio State spring football practice is less than two weeks in the rearview mirror but the analysis continues regarding the 15 days of drills through which Jim Tressel put his Buckeyes.
Thanks to Tressel's decision to open the doors to practice, it was much, much easier to formulate opinions on position battles and exactly which players were doing well and which ones weren't.
Let's concentrate first on the offense.
Quarterback – The obvious questions were about Terrelle Pryor and whether he had improved upon his throwing mechanics. The simple answer is yes.
Read the rest by clicking on this link: Rea's Day Blog: May 7.
Today's blog features a position-by-position look at the Ohio State offense coming out of spring practice. We start with the quarterback position and Terrelle Pryor's improvement and finish with the revamped and still-in-a-state-of-flux offensive line.
Today's blog takes a position-by-position look at the Ohio State offense coming out of spring camp.