PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 01: Ohio State Buckeyes offensive coordinator Ryan Day looks at notes during the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2019 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)If Ohio State fans had one complaint of Urban Meyer’s offense during his tenure in Columbus, it was his refusal to line up his quarterback under center for short-yardage situations. Ohio State, even on 4th and inches, would have Dwayne Haskins, J.T. Barrett, Cardale Jones and Braxton Miller in shotgun formation.This could be changing under Ryan Day, who revealed today that he could be making a significant change to the offense.Day is considering adding some under-center plays to Ohio State’s offense.“We are going to look at some under center stuff this spring,” he said.Ryan Day on QB “We are going to look at some under center stuff this spring”#Buckeyes @971CandR— Anthony Rothman (@AnthonyRothman) March 6, 2019Day added that he will likely continue to call plays for Ohio State’s offense in 2019.“My inclination is that I am going to call plays next year,” Day said, per Eleven Warriors. “That’s my preference for the first year, then kind of go from there. Probably let the guys do it this spring, kind of see how that goes and assess that, but my plan is to call them next fall.”Ohio State had one of the country’s top offenses in 2018 and that is expected to be the case again this upcoming season, though the Buckeyes will be led by a new head coach in Day and a new quarterback in Justin Fields.OSU is currently in spring practice with its spring game set for April 13.