Why Ohio State Fan Boos Could Have A Negative Effect Today

first_imgOhio State Buckeyes fans with Buckeyes written on their chests.MADISON, WI – OCTOBER 19: Fans of the Ohio State Buckeyes cheer on Brutus Buckeye during the Big Ten Conference football game against the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium on October 19, 2002 in Madison, Wisconsin. The Buckeyes won 19-14. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)Ohio State is getting everything it handle from 2-6 Nebraska football. When Scott Frost said that his guys believe they could win, he wasn’t lying. It isn’t the scene Ohio State hoped it would get with top recruit Zach Harrison on a visit.Harrison is a five-star defensive lineman from in-state. He’s ranked No. 5 overall by 247Sports, and is the top-ranked in-state for the Buckeyes.He is on an unofficial visit to the Buckeyes today, and the Buckeyes struggle with the Huskers.Five-star defensive end Zach Harrison has made it to Ohio Stadium for a visit. He’s the top-ranked in-state recruit in 2019. pic.twitter.com/lzajy0mmOr— Colin Hass-Hill (@chasshill) November 3, 2018There’s no guarantee that Harrison signs with OSU though. He is getting a big push from the school’s rival to the North, Michigan, and has made some statements about how he is being pressured to stay in state.Penn State is also involved, making this a crucial Big Ten East recruiting battle.Given how open he has been about it, it doesn’t seem like he is leaning super hard in that direction.There have been some boos during today’s Ohio State football game, and Ari Wasserman of The Athletic thinks that may be counterproductive with the Zach Harrison recruitment.He tweeted about it a few minutes ago.To all those who were booing, you have a right. That was terrible. But five-star DE Zach Harrison — one of the most important recruits of the Urban Meyer era — is here. And he’s also considering Michigan and Penn State.— Ari Wasserman (@AriWasserman) November 3, 2018Nebraska entered the second half with a 21-16 lead. Ohio State was driving on its first possession of the half, but Dwayne Haskins was intercepted in the end zone.The Buckeyes did get the ball back, and just punched one in to take back a 23-21 lead. That should get the fans back on team’s side a bit.last_img

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