One of the places the Ohio State football team hopes to improve from a year ago is at the defensive…
Dexter Larimore: Man in the Middle
Dexter Larimore came to Ohio State from Merrillville, Indiana as both a great football player and a great wrestler. He puts his wrestling skills to good use as a defensive tackle for the Buckeyes. Larimore knows the interior of the defensive line isn't the most glamorous spot on the football team, but it's one of the most important. Larimore sat out his first year in Columbus as a redshirt freshman, but quickly found his way into the rotation at defensive tackle in 2008. Larimore, 6-foot-2 and 300-pounds, uses a combination of power and quickness to make his mark in the center of the Ohio State defensive front. He is also learning to be a contributor off the field as well. Recently, Larimore worked as a youth instructor at the Lexington, Ohio football camp. "I decided to work at the camp when James Laurinaitis asked me," Larimore said of his experience at the camp. "He told me it was for some younger kids and we would be teaching them the game and...
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