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Redshirt Tracker: Brian Snead, Master Teague shine again for Ohio State

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Jaelen Gill saw his first plays for Ohio State on Saturday. (Birm/Lettermen Row)

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Redshirt Tracker: Brian Snead, Master Teague shine again for Ohio State

COLUMBUS — In last week’s blowout victory, 16 members from the class of 2018 appeared for Ohio State for the first time. This week, however, only two Buckeyes accumulated statistics in their first Big Ten win of the season.

Running backs Brian Snead and Master Teague III each made their mark in the 49-point thrashing of Rutgers Saturday. Teague paced the duo with five carries for 25 yards on the afternoon, while Snead racked up four rushes for 12 yards. Through two games, Teague now has 81 yards while Snead boasts 37. Both each have a touchdown.

Additionally, Jaelen Gill appeared for Ohio State for the first time Saturday, earning time on special teams.

**A full redshirt report according to the Ohio State box score from the win Saturday can be found below.

Player NamePositionParticipation vs. TCUGames Played
Tyler FridayDEDid Not Participate2
Dallas GantLBDid Not Participate2
Javontae Jean-BaptisteDEParticipated; No Statistics2
Antwuan JacksonDTDid Not Participate2
Teradja MitchellLBDid Not Participate2
Chris OlaveWRParticipated; No Statistics3
Jaelan GillH-BDid Not Participate1
Nicholas Petit-FrereOLDid Not Participate2
K'Vaughan PopeLBParticipated; No Statistics3
Josh ProctorSDid Not Participate2
Jeremy RuckertTEDid Not Participate2
Tyreke SmithDEDid Not Participate2
Brian SneadRBDid Not Participate2
Master Teague IIIRBDid Not Participate2
Tommy TogiaiDTDid Not Participate2
Taron VincentDTDid Not Participate2
Alex WilliamsDEParticipated; No Statistics2

*Freshmen who did not play: Kamryn Babb (injured), Matthew Baldwin, Sevyn Banks, Marcus Hooker, Tyreke Johnson, Matthew Jones, L’Christian “Blue” Smith, Max Wray, Alex Williams

**The participation report is subject to review and verification by the program.

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I don’t see Snead or Teague redshirting this year.

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Both of these backs looked really really good! So glad to see all these young guys getting game playing time. And especially Tate Martell. He looked fantastic i thought, and was finally relaxed and playing his game. A very reactive and instinctive player. His pasing has improved a ton, just like he said. We look tremendous on offense, but the run blocking needs work yet, but should improve a lot in the next few games. Our offense, with all these fine backs, could be tremendous if we get the line clicking. Could be a scary offense, much like 2014 !!!… Read more »


Nick is the producer at Lettermen Row. Born in Dayton, Nick recently graduated from Ohio State where he worked for The Lantern and the College of Veterinary Medicine. He also knows the city of Columbus and its love of sports well after interning with Columbus Crew SC and WBNS-10TV during his undergraduate education.

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