Ohio State Football: Nick Bosa Says 2018 Will Be His Last Year

Nick Bosa’s time with the Ohio State football program is coming to an end.

While speaking to the media on Friday, the standout Buckeyes defender acknowledged that the 2018 college football season would be his “last year” in Columbus.

After realizing that he let the news slip, he tried to correct himself by saying it will “probably” be his final year with the Buckeyes.

Ohio State beat writer Patrick Murphy was there and shared the quote on Twitter.

Nick Bosa said he will be on the field for any snaps that count in “my last year… possibly my last year.”

— Patrick Murphy (@_Pat_Murphy) January 19, 2018

The news really comes as no surprise.

Bosa is one of the top pass rushers in college football and it is believed he will be a top 10 selection in the 2019 NFL Draft. Of course, plenty can change this year, but for now, it looks like Bosa will be giving the Buckeyes faithful one more year before moving on to making millions in the NFL.

During his two years at Ohio State, Bosa has recorded 23 tackles for a loss, 13.5 sacks and one forced fumble.