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  There must be an injury bug going around college football directed at the best wide receiver from the 2018 recruiting classes of the country's best programs. Chris Olave took some hits in the Buckeyes' win over Nebraska, and the final one in the second half sidelined him for the rest of the game with no further update on his status. "He seemed good," OSU coach Ryan Day said after the game. "He was in good spirits, had a good look in his eye. That's all I really know at this point. We'll see what happens (Sunday) morning." As long as he's healthy, Ohio State is going to rely heavily on Olave and Wilson as Jameson Williams and the true freshmen gain experience - though Jaxon Smith-Njigba has already shown how effective he might be in the slot.

Against Nebraska, 14 of Fields' 21 targets went to those Olave and Wilson, including the first five of the game. That means those two have to perform. Catching all but one of those targets - which was only dropped because Olave was flipped on his head - isn't a bad start. Olave is trying to solidify himself as a first-round draft pick in 2021, while Wilson is showing that he already is one in 2022. Moving him into the slot makes him a mismatch nightmare while also giving him experience all over the field. Ohio State's passing attack is at the top of the list of things you didn't have to worry about coming into the season. Saturday confirmed that. - Cleveland Plain Dealer


(DS#1 WR) Jr/2022 WR Chris OlaveOhio State
News Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer


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