Haskins completed 9 of 19 passes for 120 yards and two long touchdown passes.
The third guy, redshirt freshman Tate Martell, wasn't bad either, showing off his speed and slick moves in the Scarlet and Gray Game, which was moved up and hurried up to beat some bad weather. "I know I'm a pretty darn good quarterback, I want to play somewhere".
Burrow went into preaseason practice last season listed as the back-up to four-year starter J.T. Barrett but when he suffered a broken hand in late August the depth chart was rearranged.
As you can see in the pictures and video included in this post, Shazier is being videoed and photographed while standing more and more and that certainly is great news.
The therapists are like, 'Man this is insane; I've never seen anyone work this hard.' They nearly see progression every day. "I've put my heart and soul into it". "I was very happy with how they handled it".
"I've heard for three years that I'm never going to play here, I'm going to end up transferring, I'm not good enough to play here", Burrow said. "I think I've come a long way".
He also spoke to the team before the game. "I just sit back and put my nose to the grindstone and work, and that's what I've done for three years".
"Our objective in a spring game is to find out who can perform in an environment where it's not a practice field, it's a stadium". If I were to leave it would be pretty devastating for me. It is very valuable.
Burrow has the skill set to thrive in Ohio State's offense, and when he gets into a passing rhythm, he's impressive.
"Obviously, we feel like we have elite talent", Campbell said.
While there are undoubtedly questions regarding OSU's quarterback situation, the Buckeyes are likely to boast a strong running game in 2018. "Objective No. 2 was a lot of recruits come here and it's kind of nice to showcase every year that we lead the country (in spring game attendance)".
HIGH ON DRE'MONT JONES: Meyer said defensive tackle Dre'Mont Jones "probably had the best spring of anybody on our team".
As most National Football League players are, Shazier still holds an allegiance to his alma mater and follows their success or failure on the field, expressing optimism in the Buckeyes' future.
That is one thing that we haven't really heard much from Shazier since his injury.
Kiermaier to have surgery, expected to miss 8-12 weeks
Some combination of Johnny Field, Carlos Gomez , and Mallex Smith will cover center field between now and July, in all likelihood. Rookie Johnny Field, who made his Major League Baseball debut on Saturday stepped in for Kiermaier on Sunday.