Next up a quarterback for Ohio State: Part 3: The conclusion
We are finally here, the last of a three part series looking at which candidate,
Kyle McCord or Devin Brown, has the leg up in the race to be Ohio State’s quarterback in 2023.
I will reiterate that I don’t believe this contest will be called early,
and there is potential that with the fair easy early schedule (Indiana, Youngstown State
and Western Kentucky) that this battle could go into the season.
If it does, Ryan Day needs to make a choice before traveling to South Bend.
Part one was going over McCord and the second installment was looking at Brown.
My final takes on each of them and a prediction prior to spring practices and fall camp of what we will see in 2023 for Ohio State at quarterback.
Both of the quarterbacks lack experience but McCord does have a bit of a leg up in that department.
As for his physical skills, he has the necessary arm-strength to make all the throws for this offense.
McCord has better accuracy of the two, while he isn’t much of a runner.
Day didn’t really allow the Pennsylvania native to stretch the field this past year,
as he played mostly in mop-up duty. Lots of short throws don’t really tell us much of what to expect going forward from McCord, so there is a bit of unknown.
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