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Pushed By Vrabel, Bosa Ready To Go

Joey Bosa

Ohio State defensive line coach Mike Vrabel is one of the more demanding coaches around, and he appeared to take particular interest this spring in incoming five-star prospect Joey Bosa. The fruits of that work will be seen starting Saturday, as Bosa is expected to be part of the rotation in the opener vs. Buffalo.

Twenty minutes into the first Ohio State practice of his life, Joey Bosa was not in a good place. As he rose up to strike a tackling dummy in one of the very first drills he would take part in, Bosa found himself on the receiving end of some direct coaching from his new line coach, Mike Vrabel. "No, too soft," Vrabel said, mixing in some of the salty language coaches have become known for on...

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