Ryan Day didn't have much to say when asked about Michigan's alleged sign-stealing on Tuesday.
When asked about it on the very first question of his press conference, Day said that he is “not going to comment on it” and is focused instead on beating Wisconsin this week following a big victory against Penn State.
Day also said he's optimistic Denzel Burke, TreVeyon Henderson and Emeka Egbuka will all practice this week and be ready to play against the Badgers, though he acknowledged he also said that before the Penn State game, which all of them missed.
With the news of Devin Brown's injury that could sideline him for multiple weeks, Day said Tristan Gebbia and Lincoln Kienholz will both compete to be Kyle McCord's backup in practice this week. Day also didn't rule out Kienholz replacing Brown in Ohio State’s red-zone package, though the Buckeyes must first ensure the other quarterbacks are ready to play if anything happens to McCord.
Eleven Warriors’ Dan Hope and Andy Anders discuss all those topics and the challenge ahead in Madison on this week’s episode of Press Coverage, which you can watch in the video above.