The Ohio State football team has a lot of questions to answer before this fall if they want to be a national championship contender.
On offense, that all starts up front with the line. The Bucks lost three starters and have another sitting out the spring with a bad back.
So how will they replace Michael Jordan, Malcolm Pridgeon, and Demetrius Knox? And how worried should they be about Thayer Munford’s back?
How is Josh Myers handling his new role as the presumptive starter at center? How about the likely starter at right guard, Wyatt Davis?
What will grad transfer Jonah Jackson bring when he arrives in the summer?
Monday, offensive line coach Greg Studrawa met with the media to start answering those questions.
You can watch the interview with him, as well as some Buckeye offensive linemen, and head coach Ryan Day below.