Ohio State loses another veteran running back to the transfer portal

Ohio State Football Loses Running Back Chip Trayanum to Transfer Portal

Chip Trayanum, who spent two years with the Ohio State football program, has entered the transfer portal, becoming the third running back to do so. Trayanum initially started his college career at Arizona State in 2020, where he made an impact with 716 total yards and 10 touchdowns. He then transferred to Ohio State ahead of the 2022 season and played a significant role in the team’s offense.

Trayanum’s time with the Buckeyes was marked by versatility, as he initially joined the team as a linebacker before transitioning to a running back role due to injuries in the team’s running back room. Throughout his time at Ohio State, Trayanum showcased his skills, including a memorable game-winning touchdown in a victory over Notre Dame.

His departure leaves Ohio State with only two running backs for the upcoming season, pending a decision from TreVeyon Henderson on whether he will declare for the NFL Draft or return to the team. However, the team looks to the future with promising recruits and existing players ready to step up.

Trayanum’s transfer marks the 13th Buckeye to enter the transfer portal since it opened on Monday.

Historically, Ohio State has had a strong tradition of producing top-tier running backs who have gone on to successful careers in the NFL. Players like Eddie George, Archie Griffin, and Ezekiel Elliott are just a few examples of the program’s rich running back history.

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