OSU Spring Football: What to Expect

OSU Spring Football: What to Expect

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OSU Spring Football: What to Expect

OSU Spring practice is upon us, guaranteeing a jam-packed 15 days of memorable game play. Fans can expect to check out a new team, especially with some fresh players who are ready to get into the game. The spring practice is the perfect time to start to fine tune who the leaders on the field will be, especially those newer recruits who need to step up and prove their worth.

By Mark Ramos

Two of the biggest names to look out for in the OSU spring practice are Chris Fields and James Jackson, who are from the recruiting class of 2009. Unfortunately, senior Tyler Moeller will be easing into the game in his return from his head injury this past July. By the time he starts his contact drills in fall camp, it will be clear whether or not he is ready to play for the upcoming football season.

The OSU spring practice will mainly focus on catching and running strong routes, as the coaches watch for improvement over the next few weeks. This is the opportunity for the newer players to step up and get noticed, as well as the veteran players to hold their role in the team. Who will come out on top?

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