Sights And Sounds From Ohio State’s Sixth Fall Practice

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The media blackout at Ohio State continues its investigation of head football coach Urban Meyer.

However, that isn’t going to keep us from bringing you content from every fall practice, courtesy of the Ohio State football social media team.  So, without further ado, here are some the clips we have from Ohio State’s sixth practice of fall camp.

First off, we have a beautiful back-shoulder throw from redshirt freshman quarterback Tate Martell to true freshman H-back Jaelen Gill.

Next up, we have this amazing catch by junior wide receiver Binjimen Victor off a throw by redshirt sophomore and presumed starting quarterback of the Buckeyes this season, Dwayne Haskins.

Last, but certainly not least of the highlights from today, we have an interception by true freshman cornerback Sevyn Banks.

We have a couple of black stripe alerts today as well as senior tight end Tate Duarte and true freshman linebacker Teradja Mitchell became the second and third Buckeyes to lose their black stripes this fall and earn the right to play this season.

That’ll do it for all the content we have from today’s practice.  There has been no further indication as to when practices will be open to the media again, but we will keep you, the fans, posted as soon as we hear of further developments.


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