Open Mic: Ohio State Buckeyes All Time Line-Up

Kristofer GreenSenior Writer IAugust 6, 2008

The Ohio State University will play it’s 118th season of college football this season.  The rich tradition at Ohio State includes seven National Championships, 32 Big Ten Championships, 175 All-Americans, 38 Academic All-Americans, and seven Heisman Trophy winners. 
Of the thousands of student athletes to play football for Ohio State there are a select few who have really been stand-outs at their position.  They are the best of the best.  The stand-outs who have shaped the legacy of the Ohio State Football program.
The Ohio State All-Time Team.
Starter:  Rex Kern
Back-up:  Art Schlichter, Joe Germaine, and Troy Smith
Starter:  Archie Griffin and Keith Byers
Back-up:  Eddie George, Howard “Hopalong” Cassady, and Les Horvath
Starter:  Pete Johnson
Back-up:  Jim Otis
Starter:  Gomer Jones
Back-up:  Nick Mangold and Tom DeLeone
Offensive Guard
Starter:  Warren Amling and Jim Parker
Back-up:  Jim Lachey and Gust Zarnas
Offensive Tackle
Starter:  Orlando Pace and John Hicks
Back-up:  Korey Stringer and Chris Ward
Wide Receiver
Starter:  Chris Carter, Joey Galloway, and Paul Warfield
Back-up:  David Boston, Terry Glenn, and Santonio Holmes
Tight End
Starter:  Wes Fesler
Back-up:  John Frank and Jan White
Defensive End
Starter:  Jim Houston and Mike Vrabel
Back-up:  Bob Brudzinski and Dean Dugger
Defensive Tackle
Starter:  Bill Willis and Dan Wilkenson
Back-up:  Jim Stillwagon and Pete Cusick
Starter:  Randy Gradishar, Chris Spielman, and Tom Cousineau
Back-up:  Pepper Johnson, Steve Tovar, and Andy Katzenmoyer
Defensive Back
Starter:  Jack Tatum, Shawn Springs, Antoine Winfield, and Ray Griffin
Back-up:  Mike Sensibaugh, Tim Fox, Neil Colzie, Nate Clements, and Mike Doss
Starter:  Vlade Janakievski
Back-up:  Mike Nugent
Starter:  Tom Tupa
Back-up:  Tom Skladany
Starter:  Ted Ginn Jr.
Back-up:  Ken-Yon Rambo
Starter:  Woody Hayes
Back-up:  Jim Tressel and Francis Schmidt