Entering his second season as Ohio State’s offensive line coach, Justin Frye is facing a lot of big questions in 2023.
Paris Johnson, Dawand Jones, and Luke Wypler are all gone, and all three of their spots along the line are more or less wide open. So what can Buckeye fans expect up front this fall?
In this episode of the Buckeyes TomOrrow Morning podcast, you’ll hear directly from Frye on that and much more.
- What is the typical development path for an offensive lineman, and why does it take longer than other positions?
- Could Josh Fryar slide from the right side of the line to left tackle this fall?
- Is the fact that Donovan Jackson is staying at guard a sign that the coaches feel good about the young tackles?
- What are his first impressions of the true freshmen?
- And much more.
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