COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Justin Fields knows all about heat. He grew up in Georgia.
But the pressure cooker in which the celebrated prep quarterback now finds himself is about to get turned up.
The pressure is always crushing on anyone who starts at quarterback for Ohio State. But Fields, who transferred from Georgia last winter, is expected to pick up where record-breaking Heisman Trophy candidate and first-round NFL draft pick Dwayne Haskins Jr. left off.
Fields , a 20-year-old sophomore, has never started a college game. He saw only limited playing time in his freshman season, mostly in mop-up duty behind Jake Fromm.