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Many Ohio State fans clamored for Buckeye head coach Ryan Day to give up playcalling duties when the team struggled against Michigan.
After all, it’s hard enough to be the head coach of a big-time college football powerhouse with all the irons in the fire without having to also call plays on game days.
That cooled a little with Ryan Day’s masterclass playcalling in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl against Georgia,
but it’s still hard to juggle playcalling with all the other balls in the air.
And yeah, apparently, it was something Ryan Day had been thinking about on his own because there
were indeed rumblings Day was considering giving up the offensive playcalling.
Day echoed that on Wednesday when providing an offseason update for reporters.
“During the offseason, it’s no problem at all,” Day said. “Beginning of the season, it’s pretty good.
As we get to the middle — end of the season — I feel like there are times.
where I have to manage my time a little better and make sure as a head coach there’s enough presence going around the building.
“So I’m trying to figure out how to best remedy that and make sure that I’m evaluating myself as the head coach the right way.”