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ESPN is reporting that former Alabama offensive lineman Chad Lindsay is expected to join Ohio State for the 2014 season.
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Lindsay, who started four games for the Crimson Tide last season, will be eligible to play immediately because he graduated from Alabama. Ohio State, which lost four starting offensive linemen from the 2013 season, likely will use Lindsay at center this fall.

CBSsports.com first reported Lindsay's move to Ohio State. Lindsay told the website in a text message, "It's done. Go Buckeyes!"
Lindsay also considered transferring to Michigan, Louisville, Cal and Oklahoma.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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I have a hard time imagining what the loyalties are for a kid like this. Same could be said for Russell Wilson from NC State to Wisconsin. I would assume Lindsay is a gump for life, but maybe he will now be a buckeye gump.
Reply32 months
Enjoy your step down.
Reply32 months
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