Ohio State Football is officially back! Even though today was the start of the friendly fire for the next month plus, it’s still great to see the Scarlets and Grays running around the Woody Hayes Athletic Facility.

There are plenty of jobs up for grabs, which isn’t like most spring hires in Columbus, but there are some big openings for head coach Ryan Day.

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We’ll find out a lot more as the LiFEsports Spring Game wraps up the action, but there are plenty of opportunities like today to catch a glimpse of our beloved horse chestnuts.

Check out the various videos shared on Twitter from Ohio State’s first spring exercise below.

Transfer Davison Igbinosun

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The transfer brings plenty of talent with it and Igbinosun is expected to feature on the field early and often in his Buckeye career.

The start of the quarterback fight

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Kyle McCord and Devin Brown, who wore a new number, are in the spotlight for many this spring. All weapons are available to whoever emerges as the starter.

defensive cut

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This group struggled mightily in the last two games of the season but made a big improvement in defensive coordinator Jim Knowles’ first season. Many expect the second year to be even better.

McCord and Marvin Harrison Jr.

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The high school teammates get another chance to make some serious noise on the soccer field together.

More like the quarterback

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This is the fight we all want to know who will emerge from. All eyes are watching.

Harrison Jr. returns a punt

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Nah, don’t like it at all.

Quarterbacks doing some reps with receivers

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Working on the timing, great to see.

Freshman tight end Jelani Thurman

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Thurman is massive and could very well be the future of the position for the Buckeyes.

line of defense

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This group of positions needs to be more disruptive to take some pressure off the back end of defense.

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