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On today’s episode, we answer a handful of questions from readers that include a query about the reintroduction of Jaxon Smith-Njigba to the Ohio State offense and how that could improve certain aspects of the passing game. We also get into whether OSU is best served by having Parker Fleming as its special teams’ coach and why Ryan Day doesn’t focus more on establishing the run.
Then we wrap up the episode by getting into whether or not the Buckeye defense can improve enough to beat Georgia or Alabama come College Football Playoff time.
Question 1: Stroud seems locked in on downfield throws but shaky on the shorter and intermediate stuff. Will JSN fix this?
Stroud seems locked in on downfield throws but shaky on the shorter and intermediate stuff. Will JSN fix this ?— Cjtweets3 (@Cjtweets333) September 10, 2022
Question 2: [Is] Parker Fleming really the best use of the extra coach?
Question 3: Why is it so easy for teams to force Day out of establishing and sticking with the run game?
1. Parker Fleming really the best use of the extra coach?— Tammy Divito (@MonMeditations) September 10, 2022
2. Why is it so easy 4 teams to force Day out of establishing & sticking with the run game?
3. How come no one in the post game challenges Day on the fact his team bragged all offseason they would be different and tough
Question 4 (from an email from Kenney S.): Do you think our defense will improve enough to beat Georgia or Alabama by playoff time?
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