Ohio State’s two-deep roster vs. San Diego State

There are a few changes from last week:

Noah Spence #8 of the Ohio State Buckeyes sacks Joe Licata #16 of the Buffalo Bulls during the third quarter on August 31, 2013 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Buffalo 40-20. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)

Noah Spence #8 of the Ohio State Buckeyes sacks Joe Licata #16 of the Buffalo Bulls during the third quarter on August 31, 2013 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Buffalo 40-20. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)

- Sophomore Chase Farris was listed as the backup to senior left guard Andrew Norwell last week. But with the injury to sophomore Tommy Schutt, Farris moves over to the defensive side of the ball as a backup to Joel Hale at nose guard. Freshman Pat Elflein is now listed as a backup at both left guard and right guard positions replacing Farris at LG. Schutt is out six to eight weeks with a broken bone in his foot.

- Coming off his one-game suspension, junior cornerback Bradley Roby is listed as a possible starter with sophomore Armani Reeves. Earlier today, head coach Urban Meyer said that he won’t make a decision as to who starts until Thursday, but after watching Reeves play against Buffalo, even if Roby doesn’t start, he’ll play most of the game.

- Also with Roby back, freshman Gareon Conley is listed as a backup at both cornerback slots. No longer on the two-deep are freshmen Eli Apple or Cam Burrows.

OFFENSE

LT
74 Jack Mewhort (6-6, 308, Sr.)
76 Darryl Baldwin (6-6, 310, Jr.)

LG
78 Andrew Norwell (6-6, 316, Sr.)
65 Pat Elflein (6-3, 295, Fr.)

C
71 Corey Linsley (6-3, 297, Sr.)
50 Jacoby Boren (6-2, 290, So.)

RG
79 Marcus Hall (6-5, 315, Sr.)
65 Pat Elflein (6-3, 295, Fr.)

RT
68 Taylor Decker (6-7, 315, So.)
66 Kyle Dodson (6-6, 310, Fr.) OR
55 Tommy Brown (6-4, 308, So.)

TE
86 Jeff Heuerman (6-6, 252, Jr.)
81 Nick Vannett (6-6, 255, So.)
8 J.T. Moore (6-3, 260, Jr.)

WR (X)
10 Corey “Philly” Brown (6-0, 190, Sr.) OR
9 Devin Smith (6-1, 198, Jr.)
83 Michael Thomas (6-3, 202, So.)

QB
5 Braxton Miller (6-2, 215, Jr.)
13 Kenny Guiton (6-3, 208, Sr.)

RB
7 Jordan Hall (5-9, 191, Sr.)
25 Bri’onte Dunn (6-0, 220, So.) OR
28 Warren Ball (6-1, 222, Fr.)

H-B
80 Chris Fields (6-1, 200, Sr.)
1 Dontre Wilson (5-10, 180, Fr.)
17 Jalin Marshall (5-11, 199, Fr.)

WR (Z)
6 Evan Spencer (6-2, 206, Jr.)
82 James Clark (5-9, 185, Fr.)
84 Corey Smith (6-1, 191, Jr.)

DEFENSE

DE
92 Adolphus Washington (6-4, 295, So.)
97 Joey Bosa (6-6, 275, Fr.) OR
94 Rashad Frazier (6-4, 278, Jr.)

NG
51 Joel Hale (6-4, 310, Jr.)
72 Chris Carter (6-4, 340, So.) OR
57 Chase Farris (6-4, 308, So.)

DT
63 Michael Bennett (6-3, 285, Jr.)
77 Michael Hill (6-2, 305, Fr.)

VIPER
8 Noah Spence (6-3, 252, So.)
34 Jamal Marcus (6-2, 240, So.) OR
88 Steve Miller (6-3, 255, Jr.)

LB
10 Ryan Shazier (6-2, 230, Jr.)
36 Trey Johnson (6-1, 220, Fr.)
38 Craig Fada (6-1, 235, So).

MLB
14 Curtis Grant (6-3, 243, Jr.)
48 Joe Burger (6-2, 235, So.) OR
44 Mike Mitchell (6-3, 222, Fr.)

SLB
37 Joshua Perry (6-4, 246, So.)
55 Camren Williams (6-1, 231, So.)

CB
26 Armani Reeves (5-10, 198, So.) OR
1 Bradley Roby (5-11, 192, Jr.)
19 Gareon Conley (6-2, 185, Fr.)

FS
2 Christian Bryant (5-10, 193, Sr.)
20 Ron Tanner (6-0, 200, So.)

SS
4 C .J. Barnett (6-1, 204, Sr.) OR
3 Corey “Pittsburgh” Brown (6-1, 203, Sr.)

CB
12 Doran Grant (5-11, 191, Jr.)
19 Gareon Conley (6-2, 185, Fr.)

NICKEL
23 Tyvis Powell (6-3, 207, Fr.)
7 Vonn Bell (5-11, 190, Fr.)

SPECIALISTS

K
24 Drew Basil (6-2, 212, Sr.)
39 Kyle Clinton (6-1, 220, Jr.)

P
95 Cameron Johnston (5-11, 190, Fr.)
24 Drew Basil (6-2, 212, Sr.)

LS
56 George Makridis (6-2, 234, Sr.) OR
41 Bryce Haynes (6-4, 220, So.)

H
13 Kenny Guiton (6-3, 208, Sr.)

PR
10 Corey Brown (6-0, 190, Sr.) &
7 Jordan Hall (5-9, 191, Sr.)

KR
7 Jordan Hall (5-9, 191, Sr.) &
1 Dontre Wilson (5-10, 180, Fr.)