Thousands of college football fans and top high school prospects had their full attention on the Buckeyes match-up with the Sooners of Oklahoma on Saturday night.
Rolling to a demanding 21 point victory on the road, Urban Meyer’s crew definitely had fans and recruits on the edge of the seats.
Want to know what some of the potential future Buckeyes had to say about the Buckeyes 45-24 win? Land-Grant Holy Land has your back. We caught up with the following recruits and grabbed their opinion on the big game:
“I thought that Ohio State proved that it’s their year again. I thought that Ohio State defense was dominant. So was their offense.”
“It was just impressive at how much they wore Oklahoma down. I think it's a tribute to the work they put in with Coach Mick during the off season.”
“The game was amazing. I loved the way they used their athletes. They put them out in space and let them make plays. Coach Smith hit me right after the game and told me "I could see you making plays for us one day" so that was cool.”
“I loved it. Ohio State is really good and Oklahoma is also. I really loved how Ohio state chunks the ball deep and the defense played good.”
- Tate Martell, Brian Snead, and a number of future Buckeyes shined under the lights this weekend. Which Ohio State pledge did enough to walk away with the Week 4 MVP award? The poll is open. Let your voice be heard.
- Per Adam Zagoria, class of 2018 four-star point guard Jahvon Quinerly will visit Ohio State on Oct. 1 for the Buckeyes football game against Rutgers. The 6-foot, 170-pound Quinerly reportedly holds offers from not just Ohio State, but also programs such as Connecticut, Villanova, Virginia, Kansas, and Maryland to name a few.