Ohio State held its first post-fall camp practice this evening and the first four sessions were open to the media.
The Buckeyes took the field for the first time since the conclusion of fall camp on Monday and we have video of the first few sessions.
Practicing on the grass fields outside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, the Buckeyes began things with punt practice, as usual, and then moved on to individual position drills.
Ed Warinner got hands on in his instruction of the offensive line.
The offensive line then moved on to meet their defensive counterparts, with defensive end Sam Hubbard getting the best of freshman offensive lineman Grant Schmidt.
The defensive line worked on agility drills with the rolling ball upending Adolphus Washington to start things off.
On the far end of the field the skill-position players got some work in with J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones working with the wide receivers.