By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Ohio State Buckeyes have retained offensive coordinator Ryan Day. He served as the team’s interim head coach when Urban Meyer was placed on administrative leave.
FootballScoop is reporting that Day is now off the market. He will not seek employment elsewhere.
Last off-season, he was a candidate for the Mississippi State Bulldogs head coaching job. The position later went to former Penn State offensive coordinator Joe Moorehead.
He was also in the mix for the Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator role.
The 39-year-old Manchester, New Hampshire native was 3-0 when Meyer faced his suspension for his handling of the Zach Smith situation. Day won his head coaching debut 77-31 over the Oregon State Beavers on September 1st at Ohio Stadium.
The following week at Ohio Stadium, he guided the team to a 52-3 win over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. In Week 3, the Buckeyes won over then-No. 15 TCU Horned Frogs, 40-28, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
If Meyer steps down following the season, it is believed that Day would become the head coach. Meyer insists that he will coach next season.
However, he has made comments that make many believe he may walk away. He said in October that he is dealing with an arachnoid cyst in his brain that leads migraine headaches.
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