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O-Line's Rise About More Than Just Stats

Jack Mewhort

The Ohio State offensive line has earned praise throughout the 2012 season, but that hasn't come only because of the way the big men up front have moved opponents at the line of scrimmage. The coaching staff is also proud of the way the Buckeyes have matured on and off the field while becoming consistent performers.

Ed Warinner and the Ohio State offensive lineman don't view Saturday's game with Wisconsin as a measuring stick game as to who has the better offensive line. Instead, the Buckeyes are simply happy to have come this far given the events of a chilly winter's night more than 10 months ago. The day after the Buckeyes dropped the Gator Bowl to Florida on Jan. 2 in Jacksonville, new head coach Urban... Recommended Stories

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