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Seniors Ready For Chance To Cement Legacy

Zach Boren

The Ohio State program the seniors on the Buckeye squad entered a few short years ago has gone through a heck of a lot more change than they ever could have imagined. But through highs and lows, the players have stuck by the program, and the result is one last chance to go out on their terms when camp starts Friday.

It wouldn't be a stretch to say the seniors on the Ohio State football team going into tomorrow's start of fall camp have been through as much, if not more, than any class in program history. All of them came to Ohio State as part of highly rated classes that were supposed to help the Buckeyes snap a highly publicized bowl losing streak and return the program to the elite of the elite. Instead...

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