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OSU Fall Camp Preview: Offensive Line

GAVIN ANDREWS

WITH NEWS last week star center Isaac Seumalo’s foot won’t be healed in time for the start of fall camp and perhaps not by the season opener either, and a lack of proven depth up front, is it Red Alert time for the offensive line headed into fall camp?

Might be, frankly. There’s good news in that Josh Mitchell, who along with Isaac Seumalo missed the spring, is ready to go. He’s likely one of the starting guards. And Mike Cavanaugh teaches his guys to be versatile and to be able to play multiple positions. But OSU was plagued by a lack of depth this spring, and there’s a lot up for grabs when camp kicks off on Aug. 4. On paper, your...

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