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Tight Ends, Backs Could Catch Even More

For years, Ohio State fans wanted to see the Buckeyes' tight ends, not to mention their running backs, become more a part of the passing offense. That came true in a big way in 2010, but the numbers could go up again this fall as the Buckeyes break in a new quarterback and new wideouts.

Jacob Stoneburner has heard it before. Sure, this will be the year the Ohio State football team makes the tight end an integral part of the passing offense. Last year, that came true to a certain extent. Stoneburner and Reid Fragel combined for 30 catches – but it was still just one-third of the total of Missouri's Michael Egnew and 24 short of the total of Mackey Award winner D.J. Williams of...

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