With Michael Jordan deciding to forego his final season of eligibility and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft, Ohio State is now faced with the tough task of having to replace four of five starting offensive linemen next fall.
The Pancake Man is headed for Canton as Ohio State’s Orlando Pace will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Former Ohio State All-American offensive tackle Orlando Pace will join former Cleveland Browns quarterback Vinnie Testaverde as members in the newest class for the College Football Hall of Fame. Pace, the 24th Buckeye player to make the Hall, is considered one of the most dominant offensive linemen in college football history, finishing fourth in the Heisman voting in 1996.
I am sure you have heard by now. The story has been on PTI and has been on Jim Rome almost all week in addition to multiple other national shows. Apparently, Tennessee Titans RB Chris Johnson challenged Miami Dolphins WR and Cleveland’s own Ted Ginn Jr. to a race on South Beach. The story has