COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State football came out of the Rose Bowl with genuine questions at no fewer than seven defensive positions for 2022.
It did not need to solve all of them this spring, especially considering defensive coordinator Jim Knowles was installing a new scheme and making his first talent evaluations. What one could see developing this spring is more layers of security throughout a defense that struggled with scheme problems and injury-depleted talent gaps last season.
The growing pains of 2021 may pay off this fall, if the spring momentum carries through the summer. After Monday’s look at the potential offensive depth chart, he’s our examination of how the defense might stack up.
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