Ohio State's offensive line struggled last year and lost three starters off that unit, including a second-round NFL draft pick.
So, of course the Buckeyes would emerge as perhaps the best O-line in the Big Ten in 2012.
That's right, the transformation has been nothing short of amazing and on today's Front Row Radio show, we interview the architect of OSU's offensive front, assistant coach Ed Warinner. What does he think of head coach Urban Meyer calling the O-line the most-improved position group on the team by far since the staff arrived in Columbus? What does Warinner have to say about the tough mindset that he preaches to his players and demands on the field? We have that and much more.
We also have an interview with OSU sophomore cornerback Bradley Roby who is a semifinalist for the Thorpe Award. The confident and well-spoken Roby is always an interesting interview subject and he doesn't disappoint this time. Roby talks about the bye week, the Buckeyes' next game against Wisconsin, OSU being the No. 5 team in the country and what has led to the impressive turnaround defensively for the "Silver Bullets."
In the News, we banter about a bevy of topics, including, but not limited to: the excellence of OSU's 2012 offensive line and whether it is in fact the best in the Big Ten, whether the Buckeyes can still win the AP national title if they finish 12-0 and much more.
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