With a little over a week to go until Ohio State’s first game against Indiana on September 2, Buckeyes head coach Ryan Day said the team hasn’t named a starting quarterback.

The offense is looking to replace C.J. Stroud, who was the No. 2 overall pick in this year’s NFL draft, and have had a battle going between Kyle McCord and Devin Brown going into camp. That battle is still ongoing, according to Day.

“It’s college football. Every year has a different story, every year has a different challenge,” Day said. “I know, in my heart, this thing will work itself out. I’m proud of the way the guys are competing, if I felt any other way, I’d say it.

“But, now they’re going to have to go, keep pushing through, competing and if it goes into the season, it goes into the season.”