Gareon Conley is the lone returning starter in the secondary for the Ohio State Buckeyes. The 2016 season will be a chance for him to lead the unit as well as man up against the number-one wide receiver of the teams' opponents.
Cornerback Gareon Conley was
Linebacker Darron Lee left Ohio State early and was drafted 20th overall by the New York Jets. His new replacement
Sam Hubbard, defensive end for the Ohio State Buckeyes was voted onto the USA Today Sports Freshman All-America team. That was only year one.
Let's take a quick look at what makes Hubbard a player ready for a huge 2016 season:
In his freshman campaign, Hubbard
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Week In Review
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Week In Review
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After a disappointing 18-16 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, it's easy to forget the Cincinnati Bengals were 12-4 last season and champions of the AFC East Division.
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Expect the defense of the Cincinnati Bengals to be a strength once again in 2016.
Here's a quick breakdown:
The Bengals should feel confident with Domata Peko and Geno Atkins returning at defensive tackle as well as Carlos Dunlap and Michael Johnson coming back at the
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