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#64 Jim Cordle
Position: Center
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 297
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lancaster, Ohio
High School: Lancaster
Major: Marketing
Jim Cordle Biography
Courtesy: OhioStateBuckeyes.com
Release: 06/29/2007
Buckeye Bits: three-year starter along the offensive line … 26 career starts … has quickness and speed … plays with power … tough and competitive … can contribute effectively at any line position … worked at right tackle during the spring

2008 (Junior): starter along the offensive line … began the season at center … moved over to guard with the injury to Rehring and was the starter there since Troy (last 10 games) … Jim Parker award: Troy … third-year letterman

2007 (Sophomore): first-year starter at center … played much of the season with his right hand in a cast to protect a wrist fracture … ESPN all-Mayday team for toughness … offensive player of week: Akron … Jim Parker lineman of week: Minnesota … Jim Marshall “Warrior” award … second-year letterman

2006 (Freshman): the No. 2 center behind Rimington Award finalist Doug Datish … played in six games as a redshirt freshman, logging minutes against Cincinnati, Bowling Green, Michigan State, Indiana, Minnesota and Northwestern

2005 (Redshirt): enrolled early (Spring Quarter) and made a favorable impression with the coaches … suffered a broken foot in fall camp, however, and wound up being redshirted

High School: won first team all-Ohio honors as a junior and senior and Lancaster went to the playoffs both years … began his high school career at Lancaster Fisher Catholic and was a two-year starter at center … transferred to Lancaster High School as a junior and played guard his final two years … also wrestled his first three years

Personal: son of James and Denise Cordle … has a younger sister, Elizabeth … organized fundraiser for Special Olympics this summer … 2006-07-08 Big Ten all-academic

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