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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Urban Meyer prowled the sidelines as always on Ohio State's first day of spring practice, looking fit and engaged just days after surgery to relieve pressure from a cyst on his brain
Meyer did not seem limited by the operation he had over the weekend to alleviate recurring headaches.
He chatted with players and coaches, yelled out instructions and watched intently as the Buckeyes worked out for two hours at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center's indoor field. Temperatures outside were below freezing.
Meyer spoke to the team for several minutes midway through Tuesday's workout.
Meyer and his staff will have a busy spring. They must replace 10 starters, including most of the offensive line, and quarterback Braxton Miller won't take a snap after shoulder surgery.
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