COLUMBUS, Ohio - There has been a lack of depth on the offensive line for the entirety of spring practice. A limited amount of bodies have forced the coaching staff to approach some things differently and Saturday's Spring Game will be evidence of that with the exhibition looking more like a scrimmage than a game.
When the season starts the team will be without left tackle Mike Adams, who has to sit out five games for his role in an NCAA punishment related to extra benefits. But at this time of the year nobody is thinking about what is going to happen in September while everyone is working on getting better.
We caught up with Adams after a recent scrimmage to get his thoughts on what has been going on during the spring and his view of things.