Yesterday, walk-on offensive lineman Mike Kne was rewarded with a scholarship. Charles Babb talked…
Last week was a busy one for Mike Kne. First, he was awarded a scholarship. Then, he made his first career start in the win over Northwestern. "It was awesome," Kne said. "It was a dream come true to get the scholarship and then that first start." The 6-foot-4, 300-pound junior gives Ohio State a lot of options on the offensive line. He can play several positions and doesn't care where he lines up. "I play right guard, right tackle and left guard," he said. "I feel like wherever they need me, I can play there. I look at myself as a utility lineman, just working in wherever they need me." Kne has been playing quite a bit this year, even before his start against Northwestern. "They've been rotating me in there pretty well," he said. "I'm just happy to get in there and play." With center/guard Alex Stepanovich set to return from a sprained ankle, the Buckeyes are finally getting their depth where they like it on the O-line. "Yeah, we are feeling good about the depth," Kne said. "Alex is a...
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