The Ohio State Buckeyes kicked off their third spring practice of the year on Tuesday and the message from Urban Meyer was clear, “This is the Chase, you have to go big.”
Being in full pads for the first time since the November 24th game vs. Michigan, there were no drills that were full contact, but there were definitely some physical moments.
One thing to take note of is a minor injury to Jordan Hall.
Hall’s injury is being listed as a tweaked hamstring. Eleven Warriors reports that coaches expect Hall to be at full strength soon, but don’t want to rush him.
There’s no need to rush recovering from an injury, especially when it’s only March. Remember, Jordan Hall is returning for his fifth year after red shirting due to injury last season.
Hall will be counted upon to play a huge role for the Buckeyes in 2013. Ohio State lacked a player last season that could catch the ball and make multiple guys miss. Jordan…
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