Quarterback transfers are surging and creating challenges for college football coaches
Game-day programs at Ohio State often serve a more sentimental than practical purpose — current players are known commodities as recruits before even arriving on campus, meaning most fans are familiar with the state of the Buckeyes’ depth chart entering any given year.
Unless we’re talking quarterbacks, and specifically Ohio State’s quarterback room heading as head coach Ryan Day prepares for his debut season. Last spring, the Buckeyes touted four quarterbacks recruited and developed in-house: Matthew Baldwin, Joe Burrow, Dwayne Haskins and Tate Martell. All have since left the program.