The Ohio State Buckeyes are not only ready for their second road game of the season, but their first primetime game of the season as well, a game that will begin four straight night games for the scarlet and gray.
In case the players, coaches, or even the fans aren’t ready for Saturday night, Ohio State’s video and graphics team is here to save the day once again with yet another awesome video trailer.
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“It’s time to let the nation know what we already know in this room,” head coach Ryan Day tells his team.”
“It’s just us,” running back J.K. Dobbins tells his team. “It’s all about us. It was just us in the winter. It was just us in the spring. It was just us in the summer. They say play tough, play hard. Don’t think about anything else except for your brother next to you. Give it your all every single play. Play for your brother today.”
In a video that’s filled with plenty of highlights from the first four games of the season, it also includes a short stint of Justin Hillard walking onto the field in Nebraska in 2017, the only highlight in the video that isn’t actually from this season. The coolest part about the fact that it’s Hilliard is because the senior linebacker returned to the field just two short weeks ago after suffering an Achilles injury during the spring. Having dealt with a number of injuries since arriving in Columbus, the former five-star prospect is doing all he can to not only contribute on the field but be a leader as well.
Whether it’s Chase Young proving that he is The Predator and one of the best players in the country while setting himself up to be one of the first picks in the 2020 NFL Draft following his junior season, Justin Fields showing his Heisman-like skillset, Jeffrey Okudah proving his dominance as a lockdown cornerback, or a number of other players, there are plenty of high-flying playmakers throughout the video. The Buckeyes have been dominant on both sides of the ball and in all areas of the field. They will look to continue that Saturday night at Nebraska.
Ohio State and the Cornhuskers are set to kickoff at 7:30 p.m. ET in Lincoln on Saturday.