The Buckeyes offensive line last year did a surprisingly good job despite having to do a little bit of patchwork. Moving Reid Fragel from tight end to right tackle made the coaching staff look like a genius, and the unit did a good job as a whole.
Now that Fragel has graduated, there are question marks on the right side of the line. Oh, and that’s not just to be talking, head coach Urban Meyer recently told Tim May, of the Columbus Dispatch, about the concerns with spring ball in the books.
“The offensive line kind of set a nice little standard last year—I felt we were the best offensive line in the Big Ten,” Meyer said. “And as of practice number (13 of the spring) we’re not right now”.
When asked who would be the starting right tackle between Taylor Decker or Chase Farris if there were to be a game today, Meyer couldn’t come up with an answer, according to the report.
“That’s real bothersome to me,” Meyer said. “That’s…
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