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Spots Up For Grabs Across OSU Offensive Line

Jim Cordle

Is the Ohio State offensive line gaining flexibility or just generally in flux this spring? Even with several players back with starting experience, no spot up front seems near to being nailed down through the first few days of spring practice in Columbus.

Change seems to be the main constant on the Ohio State offensive line this spring. Though end-of-season starters Jim Cordle, Michael Brewster and Bryant Browning return, three other players who started for large chunks of the past couple of seasons (or more) are gone, and none of the returnees are guaranteed to be playing in the same spots this fall when the 2009 regular season commences as they...

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