COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State football’s cornerbacks room has changed physically this spring, and coach Tim Walton also wants them to change competitively.
That group spent a lot of time working on fundamentals related to defending the ball in Tuesday’s second practice of the spring. That was obviously an issue, most prominently early on, when teams could throw the ball up downfield with reasonable assurance of chunk plays.
The cornerbacks also spent one period working on checking receivers at the line of scrimmage to deny easy releases in man coverage.
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Denzel Burke, Jordan Hancock, Davison Igbinosun and Jyaire Brown led the drills in that order. Burke does look different physically this spring,with a more defined upper body. Igbinosun …