Posted January 06, 2012 on ohiostate.scout.com
When Reid Fragel showed up at Ohio State, analysts wondered if he'd be a better offensive tackle than a tight end. Three years later, he's ready to make the move from the latter position to the former. Fragel said after the team's Gator Bowl loss that moving spots was his idea and is a new challenge he's willing to accept.
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