Ryan Day Lures NFL Legend’s Son and Star Players, Adding Key Recruit to Put Pressure on Alabama With No-Saban

Published 01/20/2024, 10:27 PM EST

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The Ohio State Buckeyes are on their way to reform the squad in its entirety. Coach Ryan Day has taken on a new avatar to sign a lot of talents on this transfer portal to try and strengthen the squad as much as possible. Day’s Buckeyes were one match away from making it to the college football playoffs until they faced off against the Michigan Wolverines, who eventually dashed their dreams.

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Now, the Buckeyes are on a mission to add talents to the team that will drastically change the overall performance of the team. Ryan Day has successfully signed Caleb Downs, the former DB for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Additionally, Downs’ father is NFL legend Gary Downs, who is a renowned personality in the world of football. The approach of Ryan Day seems clear: to decimate the Alabama team and lure their players away as the challenge of next season draws near.

Ryan Day is taking advantage of Alabama’s lacking Nick Saban on its throne

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Nick Saban, the veteran coach for Alabama, recently announced his decision to retire from professional football. Since then, the squad hasn’t been the same without his leadership, and the Buckeyes’ coach realizes that. Furthermore, Day has signed several players to the team, hoping to redeem themselves this coming season.

The signing of Caleb Downs and potentially Julian Sayin will mean a lot to the Buckeyes squad, as they lack proper offensive play. Their match against the Wolverines, which ended with a score of 30-24, saw the team fumble quite a lot of their passes.

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And with the addition of players like Will Howard, Seth McLaughlin, Will Kacmarek, etc., the Buckeyes are sure to be a force not to meddle with this season. While the coach has signed Alabama players, the team recently hired a new OC who previously worked for, surprise surprise, the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The Ohio State Buckeyes hired the former OC

The fans have been expecting a dire response from the Buckeyes against the Michigan Wolverines after last season’s heartbreaking defeat. But while Ryan Day was supposed to retaliate against Harbaugh, all he has done so far is go after the Alabama team and their players. Players like Downs and Sayin, who were recently part of Alabama, will be headed to play for the Buckeyes, as will a new OC who used to train the men in Crimson.

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Bill O’Brien, the former OC for the New England Patriots, was recently relieved of his duties after a disappointing performance for Belichick’s team. And now, he has changed his priorities from the NFL by returning to the world of college football. He used to be the OC for the Alabama Crimson Tide in 2021 before moving to the NFL, and now he will be joining Day’s squad as their newest offensive coordinator.

Ryan Day’s Ohio State Sets Sights on Alabama’s Rising Stars Caleb Downs and Julian Sayin for Revenge Against Michigan

The Alabama team seems to be falling apart at the hands of the Buckeyes. The drama has never been more tense as the fans clench their teeth for next season’s matches. However, the concern remains, will Ryan Day conquer the CFP national championship next season? Let us know in the comments below.

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