Ohio State offensive line starter coming back for 2023 season

The Ohio State football program hasn’t received the best news regarding their offensive line in the last few days. It wasn’t a surprise offensive tackle Paris Johnson Jr. decided to leave for the NFL, however, center Luke Wypler leaving was.

It’s almost a foregone conclusion that a third starter, tackle Dawand Jones, will follow his teammates to the NFL since he’s already committed to playing in the Senior Bowl.

The unit could have lost a fourth member. However, Matthew Jones announced Wednesday morning that he plans to return to Columbus for another season. Jones and fellow guard Donovan Jackson will be the two returning starters along the line in 2023 if Jones does what we expect.

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Jones mentions unfinished business in his return post, which surely means a win against our rivals along with another shot with his Ohio State teammates at a College Football Playoff title.


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