For third-straight season, Ohio State converted a veteran guard into its starting center. And now for the third-straight season, the Buckeyes have a first-team All-American at center.
Sports Illustrated named Ohio State center Michael Jordan a first-team All-American on Wednesday night.
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The fallout from a turbulent season in Columbus was rarely visible when the offense was on the field, as Jordan helped first-year Buckeyes quarterback Dwayne Haskins direct traffic and made offensive coordinator (and interim turned full-time head coach) Ryan Day look good.
With the honor, Jordan joins Billy Price last season and Pat Elflein to give the Buckeyes three-consecutive first-team All-Americans at center.