The Ohio State 2018 spring football game: Buckeye ReTalkables

It's time to get back to Buckeye ReTalkables, with the 11th edition of Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means reliving a game from Ohio State's past with you. This one is a little weird, but it is timely.
With Tate Martell's football career ending this week -- his college career is over and he's focusing on business ventures -- and Joe Burrow leading the Cincinnati Bengals into the playoff this week, the crew decided to revisit the last time those two, and a host of other famous Buckeyes, shared a field.
It's the 2018 spring football game, which proved to be the culmination of the quarterback battle between Burrow and Dwayne Haskins, with Martell involved as the third option. But this game also features Nick Bosa, Chase Young, Paris Campbell, Terry McLaurin, Thayer Munford, Josh Myers and a standout performance from Demario McCall, among other things.
It was the last spring game for Urban Meyer, and it features Ryan Day and Brian Hartline on the sideline, but not yet in their roles at the heart of Ohio State's success.
It's worth a rewatch, and you can find it on YouTube. The goal of the pod -- should the Buckeyes have seen on this day the QB that Burrow would become? And should Martell have gone on to start at quarterback for some other team?
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