Wait a minute: Stars Wade, Davis decide to return to Ohio St

Landis Ohio State’s national title chase is back

Landis Ohio State’s national title chase is back

Ohio State's 2020 season was looking like it would be played in 2021 until the Big Ten announced on Wednesday that it would start the football season on October 24.

First Ohio State got back its football season.

The preseason All-Americans had made a decision to leave school to prepare for the NFL draft when it looked as if there would be no football season for the Big Ten. Ohio State stars Shaun Wade and Wyatt Davis got exhausted of waiting for a decision on the football season and chose to opt out and begin preparing for the NFL draft.

Randy Wade, father of Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade, weighs in on the Big Ten announcing the return of the football season on 'Fox & Friends'.

His announcement to return might come as a surprise to some in Columbus, Ohio, as he did not tell Buckeyes coach Ryan Day that he was returning prior to his SportsCenter appearance.

Wade revealed his opt-in decision Thursday on ESPN. Wade tallied one interception, two sacks, and two forced fumbles starting 11 games last season.

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"We both came back for a reason and that's to get that natty", Wade said on SportsCenter. That's been my goal since day one.

Wade last play resulted in his ejection for targeting in the playoff semifinal loss to Clemson in January.

"I wanted to give myself an opportunity to come back and show the world what I can do", the 21-year-old quarterback said, according to Toledo Blade's Kyle Rowland.

"I can't go out like that, " he said. "I am forever grateful to Buckeye Nation and looking forward to the next chapter".

Davis will anchor an offensive line that includes center Josh Myers and left tackle Thayer Munford, both also National Football League prospects.

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