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Wisky @ tOSU, Sat Sep 24, 7:30pm, ABC

Discussion in '2022 Football Season Capsule' started by BB73, Jan 14, 2022.

  1. scarletngray

    scarletngray Gold Pants

    OL was absolutely dominant against Wisky. Very impressive.
    Note: When Wypler yelled after a play it's because #13 on Wisky stepped on his foot when he was on the ground. Probably the foot he had in a boot after one of the games.
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  2. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Who got in the game vs Cheese you ask:

    Paris Johnson Jr.: 62
    Donovan Jackson: 62
    Luke Wypler: 62
    Matt Jones: 62
    Dawand Jones: 62
    Josh Fryar: 10
    Zen Michalski: 9
    Enokk Vimahi: 9
    Jakob James: 9
    Tegra Tshabola: 9

    The Buckeyes made no changes to either their first- or second-team offensive lines against Wisconsin. Johnson, Jackson, Wypler, Jones and Jones played all 62 snaps while Stroud was in the game, while Michalski, Vimahi, James, Tshabola and Fryar was the line for the Buckeyes’ final possession.

    Fryar played one additional snap as an extra lineman on a jumbo package in the first quarter for a play on which the Buckeyes also had all of their top three tight ends on the field and Stover ended up catching a 2-yard touchdown pass.

    Jyaire Brown: 52
    JK Johnson: 51
    Ryan Turner: 3

    With Cameron Brown and Denzel Burke both sidelined by injuries, Jyaire Brown and Johnson made their first career starts at cornerback against Wisconsin. They were the only two Buckeyes to play any snaps at outside cornerback until the final two defensive series, when Turner replaced Johnson to finish out the game, giving the Buckeyes two true freshman cornerbacks on the field for the end of the night.

    With Cameron Brown, Denzel Burke and Jordan Hancock not available against Wisconsin, Jyaire Brown entered the starting lineup at cornerback for the first time in his career.

    The four-star recruit from New Orleans made one tackle over his season-high 52 defensive snaps. Brown helped the secondary limit the Badgers’ passing game to 12 completions for 104 passing yards. Brown was also called for pass interference on a pass that was not intended for the Badger receiver he was covering.

    Ryan Day was pleased with the play of Brown and fellow first-time starting cornerback JK Johnson, a redshirt freshman.

    “We told them right before the game that everybody on the team believes in them and we do,” Day said. “They had no fear, and they went out there and played, and they did a really good job ... I’m proud of those guys to be able to win a conference game with them in there.”
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