C.J. Stroud is entering the 2022 season full of confidence.
And why wouldn't he, after his first year as a starter at Ohio State resulted in him finishing as a Heisman finalist and a slew of conference accolades.
What's scary is Stroud feels he could be even better in the 2022 season, especially with him progressing in the mental side of the game.
"The game's been slower for me," Stroud told reporters after a post-practice interview session Thursday.
Additionally, quarterback coach Corey Dennis went over the progression of Stroud from a year ago and the development of scholarship signal callers Devin Brown and Kyle McCord. McCord and Brown also held court Thursday with the media and gave their thoughts on how they're approaching their upcoming season.