Despite the fact that Ohio State ran for nearly 200 yards per game a season ago, the Buckeyes'…
Jard Work: Coming Out Of The Booth
Luke Fickell will have a closer view of Ohio State games this year, but what sort of impact will it have on the Buckeyes? At his weekly Tuesday press luncheon, OSU head coach Jim Tressel confirmed that Fickell and defensive coordinator Jim Heacock would be trading places on gameday. Fickell, the linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator, will now be on the sidelines while Heacock will get a birds-eye view of games from the press box. "Some people feel as if they can see it much better upstairs," Tressel said. "Other people feel as if they need to feel the game from the side line, it's a little more difficult to feel it from upstairs." Neither coach was made available to the media this week, but cornerbacks coach Taver Johnson said the move will not change the chain of command when it comes to calling a defense. "They wanted to try it out," Johnson said. "We have the same type of communication in terms of the front and the secondary. It's just an experiment that they both ended...
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