Joey Bosa reveals one thing that could keep him at Ohio State
By Dan Lyons
Enjoy Joey Bosa for the next few games, Ohio State fans. It seems like a very good bet that the superstar defensive end will leave for the NFL after this season, where he is projected to be a top draft pick.
Bosa has been very open about his desire to go to the next level. On Monday, he discussed how emotional Saturday’s game against Michigan State, potentially his last in Columbus, will be.
Joey Bosa said Saturday "is going to be an emotional day" because it’s Senior Day. Basically admits he’s going pro after this year. Shocker.
— Ari Wasserman (@AriWasserman) November 16, 2015
There is one thing that could keep Bosa in Columbus a little longer: the chance to play with his little brother Nick, a highly-touted Buckeyes commit. Even then, it doesn’t sounds likely.
Joey Bosa said also "the only possible thing that could" keep him at Ohio State is to play with his brother, Nick, next year.
— Eric Seger (@EricSeger33) November 16, 2015
Bosa also said "my brother is going to be taking my spot next year." Dont think he means Nick will beat him out so safe to say he’s gone.
— Blake Williams (@BWilliamsBSB) November 16, 2015
Bosa has 40 tackles (15 for loss) and four sacks through nine games this year. Assuming he departs after this season, he will definitely be missed by the Ohio State defense.
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