The starting QB
Head coach Ryan Day announced yesterday that junior Kyle McCord will be the starting quarterback against the Hoosiers. However, he continues to share the staff’s confidence in both McCord and sophomore Devin Brown for the quarterback role. This means fans can expect to see both quarterbacks suit up on Saturday, according to Day.
Although a handful of kickoff times and networks are still TBD, here are some schedule lock-ins you can count on:
- Saturday, Sept. 30 is a bye week for the Buckeyes — take a break from cheering on the scarlet and gray for the day.
- Saturday, Nov. 11 vs. Michigan State is the only scheduled evening kickoff at home at 7:30 p.m. The Bucks will wear all gray uniforms, if you want to match.
Keys to success
The Buckeyes received a No. 4 ranking in the preseason USA Today Coaches Poll, due in large part to returning talent like:
- Wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr., who was a unanimous first team All-American selection after the 2022 season. Ahead of this season, Harrison Jr. was only one of 10 players to earn a spot on the Big Ten 2023 football preseason honors list.
- Tommy Eichenberg, Emeka Egbuka, Donovan Jackson, and JT Tuimoloau, who were all named AP Preseason All Americans alongside Marvin Harrison Jr.
Lace up for The Shoe
Full season and single game tickets are still available. Do you prefer to tailgate instead of heading into the game? Find maps, parking information, and tailgating schedules for Ohio Stadium here. Let’s go Bucks.