Lathan Ransom couldn't help but get a little emotional Week 1.
After months of rehabbing a fractured leg, Ransom was back on the field in Ohio State’s season opener, and after admitting he had been “a little lost” without football in his life, got to play the majority of the defensive snaps at safety in OSU's 21-10 season-opening win over Notre Dame.
Lathan Ransom admits he was a little lost without football during the recovery from his leg fracture, but says that motivated him to return quicker.— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) September 14, 2022
I wasnt supposed to play in that first game. pic.twitter.com/8o55KrCfIo
Ransom was one of nine Buckeyes to meet with reporters Wednesday, along with Jack Sawyer, Dawand Jones, Gee Scott Jr., Donovan Jackson, Ty Hamilton, Tanner McCalister, Emeka Egbuka and Caden Curry.
Watch the videos above and below for the players' thoughts on Ohio State's 2-0 start to the year and how the Buckeyes are performing on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball.