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OL Orlando Pace (7-time Pro Bowler, Super Bowl Champion, CFB HOF, NFL HOF)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Alumni' started by LoKyBuckeye, Feb 26, 2004.

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    Greatest Buckeyes Of The Ozone Era

    #1 Orlando Pace, 1994-1996

    Orlando Pace is the most dominating college football player I have ever seen, and nobody in the rest of my top five is close to him.

    Pace was the perfect college football player. Flawless, fluid, and flattening.

    What Ted Ginn was to running… What Antoine Winfield was to tackling… What Troy Smith was to wolverine killing… Orlando Pace was to destroying defenders.

    He was seven parts angelic choir, five parts Hell on Earth.

    Orlando Pace is the greatest Buckeye of my lifetime and he never had a bad game.

    He started at left tackle from day one as a true freshman. He was a First-Team All-American and All-Big Ten as a sophomore and junior. Pace won the Lombardi Award as a sophomore and junior as well. He won the Outland Trophy in 1996 for good measure also. He was the Silver Football Award winner as the Big Ten’s Most Valuable Player that year as well.

    Orlando Pace now has a Big Ten award named after him that is given annually to the best offensive lineman in the conference. He is also the only College Football and Pro Football Hall of Fame Buckeye of The-Ozone era.

    Pace finished fourth in the 1996 Heisman Trophy voting, which is a slap in the face to the greatest to ever play.

    Entire article: https://theozone.net/2018/07/one-day-ohio-state-football/
     
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