While the final score is immaterial in the spring's final rpactice, players and coaches reflected on the game and what they gained from all of spring practice.
Head coach Urban Meyer was not pleased with team improvement, he said, but did see individual growth.
After his first spring as offensive coordinator, Ed Warinner spoke about the development of the BUckeyes playmakers this spring.
The always loquacious Tyvis Powell was more than happy to discuss his interception of roommate Cardale Jones and the mock selfie Powell took after Jones forced him out of bounds.
Jones, who Meyer said has had a good spring but did not have a great day Saturday, spoke about the game and what he hopes to improve on this summer.
On the defensive side of the ball Sam Hubbard played well in his first spring game. He seems to have found a home at defensive end and recorded four tackles, two sacks and recovered a fumble.
Offensive line depth was an area that the Buckeyes need to improve on, Meyer said, and guard Billy Price addressed that and the difficulty his unit faced with so many key players held out this spring.
Linebacker Joshua Perry spoke about what's next for the team, specifically the opportunity to go to Wahsington D.C. and be honored at the White House and what lies ahead as strength coach Mickey Marotti takes over the team's development for the summer.