It’s been a somewhat quiet off-season, and this week was not much of an exception. What a relief from the past year or so, no? Nonetheless we do have a few things going on, so let’s stroll into the midweek musings and see what’s there.
Two Deep: The news of the day is the post-spring two-deep that was released by the coaching staff early this afternoon. You can check out the depth chart here. While there are not a lot of surprises on the list, there were a few things to note.
*Doran Grant has worked his way into being a co-starter with Travis Howard at one of the corner spots. Roby is still at the other.
*Amazingly, Chris Carter is listed as a backup alongside Joel Hale at nose tackle. The transition from OL appears to have worked.
*Neither Rod Smith or Bri'onte Dunn were able to surpass Jordan Hall or Carlos Hyde at the running back position.
OSU Crew: Let's take a look at some of the other sports around campus. First up is the club sport, OSU Crew. They participated in the Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia PA this past weekend.
Men’s Baseball: The Buckeyes head to Bloomington to take on the Hoosiers, on the heels of Coach Beals’ 300th career victory. Here’s to many more as skipper of the Buckeyes.
The three-game set with Indiana begins Thursday at Sembower Field. All three games start at 3 p.m. with Friday's game streamed live on BTN.com and Saturday's finale televised live on BTN.
The Buckeyes enter the weekend with a 31-22 overall conference record. Ohio State currently sits sixth in the Big Ten Conference with an 11-10 ledger, a game up on Minnesota and two games up on Illinois for the last Big Ten tournament spot heading into the final weekend.
Women's Softball: Several of the Lady Buckeyes received Big Ten honors:
More Honors: Moving along with Honors, The Governor received a tremendous honor by hosting the Buckeyes and the other Ohio teams that made the 2012 Sweet Sixteen. No word on The Guv’s need of smelling salts to recover from The Swoon.