Snap counts, handing out grades for Ohio State’s loss to Oregon

By Phil Harrison

After each Ohio State football game, we hand out grades and take a look at snap counts to reflect on what we watched after pouring back through game film. Last Saturday against Oregon was far from a banner day for the team, especially on the defensive side of the ball.

You win as a team and lose as a team though as they say though, and there is plenty of blame to go around in all phases of what we witnessed in a packed ‘Shoe this past weekend. It’s also interesting to see where the snap counts are starting to go with a couple of the position groups, so we’re taking a look at that as well.

Let’s get into it.

Ohio State Buckeyes top snap counts

Offense

C.J. Stroud 86 Paris Johnson, Jr. 86 Miyan Williams 48
Nicholas Petit-Frere 86 Garrett Wilson 85 TreVeyon Henderson 38
Luke Wypler 86 Jeremy Ruckert 82 Cade Stover 10
Dawand Jones 86 Chris Olave 81 Julian Fleming 5
Thayer Munford 86 Jaxon Smith-Njigba 80 Marvin Harrison, Jr. 1

Top Offensive PFF Grades

  1. C.J. Stroud 81.6
  2. Nicholas Petit-Frere 73.9
  3. Chris Olave 72.1
  4. Julian Fleming 70.6
  5. Jaxon Smith-Njigba 70.3

Defense

Denzel Burke 74 Haskell Garrett 55 Javontae Jean-Baptiste 33
Ronnie Hickman 67 Bryson Shaw 54 Antwaun Jackson 27
Teradja Mitchell 61 Tyreke Smith 51 Josh Proctor 21
Cameron Brown 58 Taron Vincent 49 Lejond Cavazos 19
Lathan Ransom 57 Tommy Eichenberg 38 J.T. Tuimoloau 12
Zach Harrison 55 Cody Simon 35 Ty Hamilton 12

Top Defensive PFF Grades

  1. K’Vaugh Pope 82.9
  2. Tyreke Smith 74.4
  3. Tyleik Williams 74.2
  4. Ty Hamilton 74.0
  5. Denzel Burke 73.0

NEXT … Handing out grades


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