Those looking for a clue about the state of the Ohio State’s quarterback competition might find it in the selection of the Buckeyes’ 2015 captains. Or they might not.
Allison Brown received the phone call on Wednesday that every football parent fears. Her son, Noah, had suffered a serious leg injury in practice. He suffered a broken fibula and tibia in a noncontact injury when he planted his foot awkwardly after reaching for a pass, she said. Allison was in New Jersey, suddenly filled with worry for her son and feeling alone. She wouldn't be for long.
Eli Apple is comfortable as a leader. “I like answering guys’ questions and trying just to lead them and do the right thing,” he said.
The leader of the Ohio State cornerbacks has changed from year to year of late, and now it’s Eli Apple’s turn.
CLEVELAND — Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden, who takes on the opponent’s best receiver, is confident that other teams would give Terrelle Pryor a shot at wide receiver if the Browns give up on him.