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NCAA.com | August 29, 2014

Ohio State football gets familiar with an uncommon opponent, Navy

Ohio St. may have a secret weapon going into their season opener against the Naval Academy.

Offensive Line coach Ed Warinner took a job in West Point early in his career and then jumped to two other Midshipmen rivals, Air Force and Notre Dame.

Though he as no animosity for the Academy, Warinner has a knack for being on the opposing sidelines.

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