Ohio State didn’t get enough from its offense in Saturday night’s 31-16 loss to Oklahoma, and everyone had something to say about it.
That includes 5-star DE recruit Micah Parsons, a top target for Ohio State, Penn State and Nebraska, among other schools. Parsons, rated as the No. 5 overall player in the Class of 2018, made his opinion on Ohio State’s quarterback situation known. [Update: Parsons has since pulled back on this.]
Meyer said he would not consider a change at quarterback.
— Patrick Murphy (@_Pat_Murphy) September 10, 2017
— BLESSEDMVP (@Micah_parsons23) September 10, 2017
@dh_simba7 is Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State’s sophomore backup quarterback. Haskins, a former 4-star recruit from Maryland, assumed the No. 2 role when Joe Burrow went down with a broken bone in his hand in camp. However, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer said Burrow was “pretty close to returning” this week, and Burrow threw warmups before Saturday’s game against Oklahoma.
In his postgame press conference, Meyer swiftly denied that he would make a change at quarterback.