VIDEO: First Full Team Practice

The Buckeye upperclassmen, or "varsity" as Urban Meyer called them earlier in the day, had their first practice of the fall Monday afternoon.

After a freshman practice this morning the Buckeyes upperclassmen got their first taste of on-field fall camp this afternoon with a 3 p.m. practice.

This version of practice was similar to the morning version, but with more players and more trainers in attendance. Like the a.m. version it began with Urban Meyer and Chris Ash addressing the team and focusing on fundamentals.

Below are some videos of the Buckeyes during the second practice of fall camp.

Perhaps the most anticipated game of catch in recent memory as J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones warm up.

The most-watched position group for the Buckeyes then went through some basic drills.

Former quarterback Braxton Miller, wearing his new No. 1 jersey, participated in wide receiver drills after he took reps fielding punts.

During the final session of practice open to the media the quarterbacks and running backs ran through some zone read drills.

Ohio State's starting offensive linemen worked out under the watchful eye of offensive coordinator Ed Warinner.

Defensive line coach Larry Johnson Sr. worked with the defensive ends in some drills.

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