The Ohio State offensive line will be largely inexperienced this year as several players in the two…
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Left tackle Rob Sims was a key member of the offensive line the last two seasons. He started two games as a true freshman on the national championship team and was a starter throughout the 2003 campaign. Sims was a good pass blocker the moment he arrived in Columbus two years ago, but admits his run-blocking wasn't always up to par. "Definitely my run blocking has come up," Sims said. "I'm doing a lot better run blocking. And I'm a better leader out there now. A lot more communicating. I'm just a better offensive lineman as a whole." Sims bucked the trend by playing a lot as a true freshman. It doesn't look like any of the current crop of freshman will play this year, but Sims has been impressed with what he's seen so far. "The young guys are coming along real good," he said. "Steve Rehring is looking real good. Ben Person, Kyle Mitchum and Jon Skinner, they're all still learning. Steve was here in the spring so he knows a little bit more, so it's a little easier for him to play. But...
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