Ohio State returned to the field for fall practice this morning with the team's freshmen and walk-ons going through an acclimatization workout. See what the defending national champs did this morning at the Harmon Family Practice Park with these videos.
football practice is back in session, and the Buckeyes took the field this morning for fall camp with the freshmen and walk-ons going through a practice session that was heavy on fundamentals. The team's veterans will then hit the field this afternoon before the whole team practices together Tuesday.
This morning's freshman session was without the injured Dre'Mont Jones and Damon Arnette, but otherwise the whole complement of youngsters -- plus redshirt freshman Brady Taylor, who served as a center today -- were on the field.
Below are some videos of the Buckeyes during practice one.
Chris Ash teaches the Buckeyes good football positioning and the Buckeye football "difference."
Ed Warinner leads the newest Buckeyes through drills. Included are 77 Kevin Feder, 59 Isaiah Prince, 76 Branden Bowen, 67 Grand Schmidt, 56 Matthew Burrell and a number of walk-ons.
Warinner teaches the Buckeyes the correct way to line up.
QBs Torrance Gibson and Joey Burrow take reps.
The Buckeyes begin quick cals before the first practice.