The Ohio State Buckeyes 2013 spring game has finally arrived and will take place on April 13. After all of the hard work, the sweat and the tears, players and fans will be rewarded with one of the more exciting spring games in the country.
When you have this much talent on both sides of the ball going after it, it usually results in a competitive contest that kind of makes you forget it’s nothing more than the last practice of the spring.
So what are some of the things you should be looking for when the team takes the field? Are there any position battles to pay attention to? How about any early enrollees to keep an eye on?
With the game ready to kick off in no time, here is the red-white team analysis to prepare you for the upcoming event.
When: Saturday, April 13 at 1 p.m. ET
Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
Watch: The game will be taped and then televised at 7 p.m. ET on the Big Ten Network. You can also catch the live stream at BTN2Go.
Listen: WBNS 97.1 FM The Fan; WDJO AM-1480 (Cincinnati)
The spring game usually takes place in Columbus, where it drew such an enormous crowd of well over 80,000 people last season. However, the game has been moved to Paul Brown Stadium, which will not only produce a smaller group of people but has also made a lot of Buckeyes fans upset due to the long drive just to see this gloried scrimmage.
According to MJ Dorony of The Lantern, the fans have showed their displeasure for relocating the game this year.
“The best part about the Spring Game is it’s in Columbus. It’s more like a social event than anything else where you’re just like, ‘Hey, let’s go to the Spring Game and have a good time.’ But this year, I haven’t heard of anyone going to the game,” Alex Highley, a fifth-year student in political science, said.
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