Thayer Munford Does Not Go Through Warmups, Joshua Alabi Likely to Start

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albinomosquito's picture

Get well Thayer. Next man up!

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BeneckeBuck5's picture

Good luck, Alabi! We're gonna need ya.

And Toledo still sucks.

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Byaaaahhh's picture

Time to see if Alabi can rise to the occasion. Munford's recovery is crucial; he'll be needed next season. 

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Hovenaut's picture

All you, Josh Alabi. 

Best wishes to a speedy recovery for Thayer Munford.

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Nikkibucksfan's picture

Let’s go play hard. #GoBucks!

Nikki emmerson

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ScarlettJoeHandsome2's picture

Alabi has performed well in relief. Def have confidence in him. 

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stxbuck's picture

Next man up-git er' done Joe!

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Northern Nevada Buck's picture

Alabi won't be an Alibi today.

He'll do just fine.

"Give your dream an aspiration date."

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chris's picture

What about Knox? Is he hurt?

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AZ Buckeye13's picture

Knox hurt his foot against TTUN and was pronounced done for the season (and career) at OSU.

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chris's picture

Thanks. Damn, I missed the bad news following the injury.

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Takemysnare79's picture

I trust whichever NFL team drafts #59 will be expecting many false starts.  I can understand penalties from Alabi making his first start, but really Isaiah?

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Go1Bucks's picture

Prince is easily flinched.

Go Buckeyes!

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TomD's picture

Looking ahead to next year's OL, if Michael Jordan returns, the interior OL is in great shape with Michael Jordan (back at G?), Wyatt Davis at the other G and Matthew Jones (G/C), Josh Myers (G/C) and freshman Harry Miller competing for the center position. Even if Jordan opts for the NFL, the interior line looks to be in pretty good shape.  Branden Bowen, who played at G before breaking his leg in 2017 and then requiring another surgery in 2018, if he can rehab from his injury, will also most likely be in the two-deep. Bowen can also play tackle. And let's hope that OG Doug Nester opts to sign for the 2019 class.

Thayer Munford and Joshua Alabi appear to have the inside track at the two tackle positions for 2019, with second year players Nicholas Petit-Frere and Max Wray in the mix as well, along with third-year sophomore Gavin Cupp and newcomer Ryan Jacoby.  Perhaps a little thin at tackle, but two tackles with game experience coming back next year.

The OL for 2019 looks to be in pretty good shape.

"Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it." - Woody Hayes

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johngobuck's picture

I thought Joshua had a good game this evening.  

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