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In this Aug. 10, 2005 file photo,  former Illinois offensive line coach Ed Warinner runs his players through a drill at Camp Rantoul in Rantoul, Ill. Warinner is now the co-offensive coordinator/offensive line coach for Ohio State. On a team that had a Heisman Trophy candidate at quarterback and a 1,500-yard rusher at tailback, Urban Meyer always said the strength of Ohio State's offense a year ago was it's brawny offensive line. Now four-fifths of that front wall has graduated and some major reconstruction project is taking place
The Associated Press
2014-03-27

FILE - In this Aug. 10, 2005 file photo, former Illinois offensive line coach Ed Warinner runs his players through a drill at Camp Rantoul in Rantoul, Ill. Warinner is now the co-offensive coordinator/offensive line coach for Ohio State. On a team that had a Heisman Trophy candidate at quarterback and a 1,500-yard rusher at tailback, Urban Meyer always said the strength of Ohio State's offense a year ago was it's brawny offensive line. Now four-fifths of that front wall has graduated and some major reconstruction project is taking place. (AP Photo/The News-Gazette, John Dixon, File)

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