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Still Setting the Pace – Part I

Orlando Pace

Orlando Pace was the most dominant offensive lineman in Ohio State history, if not the history of college football. Pace didn't just beat opponents, he destroyed them. His playing days at OSU have long since passed as he is now an NFL veteran, but he still cheers hard for his college team. Dave Biddle had a chance to speak with Pace recently about his days at OSU as well as his NFL career, and in part one of a two-part series, Pace discusses his recruitment to OSU, his college career, and more.

He accomplished quite a bit at Ohio State – and even more since he left – but not much has changed with Orlando Pace. He's still the same laid-back guy … just a little bit wealthier. During his career with the Buckeyes (1994-96) Pace became one of the most decorated linemen in college football history, and managed to make the "pancake block" a household term. He won the Lombardi Award (twice...

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