C.J. Stroud tanks his draft stock in Buckeyes’ loss to Michigan, could help him slide to Saints

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We can dream, right? The Ohio State Buckeyes collapsed as everyone watched Saturday's annual Big Game with conference rival Michigan Wolverines, with star quarterback C.J. Stroud threw two interceptions in a 45-23 loss. That disappointing performance could very well be the last game Stroud plays with the 2023 NFL draft on the horizon, and it might just help him slip where the New Orleans Saints select (around 43rd overall). Anything is possible, isn't it? Right?
Jokes aside, that loss was due more to the Buckeyes' defense than Stroud's offensive efforts. He completed 31 of his 48 passing attempts to gain 349 yards and grabbed two touchdown passes, hitting 8 different receivers in the afternoon. But Ohio State's defense gave the Michigan offense touchdown plays of 69, 75, 45, 75, and 85 yards that did what they wanted on the ground and in the air. It really looked like the Buckeyes were missing Pete Werner and Marshon Lattimore out there.
Perhaps Stroud missed Chris Olave and threw the game to improve his chances of a reunion (editor's note: he didn't). Stroud is a near-consensual pick as a top quarterback prospect ahead of the 2023 draft, and it's almost impossible to imagine he wouldn't be the first or second overall to leave the board next April.
But that doesn't stop us from daydreaming. With the quarterback's future bleaker than it has been in the lifetime of some Saints fans, we're dealing with it as best we can. It would certainly be nice if the Saints could get a stroke of luck and see a talented quarterback fall to them. That prospect won't be Stroud, but it could be someone like Hendon Hooker or Will Levis.
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Story originally appeared on Saints Wire
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C.J. Stroud
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