Ohio State’s football team kicked off spring practice Tuesday and were at in again Thursday inside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
The Buckeyes won’t practice again until March 19, after the university’s spring break.
The team wasn’t in pads this week, so whatever was learned during these two days of practice could quickly change when hitting becomes involved.
However, there were a few notes of interest that came out from the two practices—most of that information on Tuesday because Thursday’s practice was not open to the public.
Braxton Miller’s improved (improving) mechanics were a topic of conversation and Bradley Roby is still an All-American-caliber cornerback, but neither of those things made this list.
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