At this time a year ago, Ohio State’s offensive line was one of the team’s biggest question marks.
The Buckeyes were coming off a historically bad year, and a slow, prodding offense produced just six victories in 13 games during the 2011 season.
When Urban Meyer took over after Ohio State’s anemic 24-17 loss to the Florida Gators in January 2012, he inherited an out of shape, undisciplined group of offensive linemen.
That group didn’t have the greatest start with Meyer and their new position coach, Ed Warinner, either. According to the Columbus Dispatch, three of Ohio State’s offensive linemen were late to Meyer’s first team meeting.
“It wasn’t a good way for them to start off with their first meeting with the new head coach and the first meeting with their new position coach,” Warinner said. “It was a wake-up call that we weren’t where we needed to be, and the problems of the past had to stop, and we had to move forward.”
It took Warinner…
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