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Bring on the PodCats with Nick Leckey and Robert Mays

Two guests who know a lot about offensive lineman talk about what it takes to play the position in the NFL and why Cody Whitehair is already so good at it.

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Heading into just his second season, former K-State tackle Cody Whitehair is already one of the NFL’s best centers.
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Offensive lineman get overlooked and undervalued far too often, so we’re giving them some love in this week’s podcast. Since I don’t have the knowledge to do that myself, I brought on former Kansas State First Team All-Big 12 center Nick Leckey and friend of the podcast Robert Mays, a staff writer for The Ringer to do the job. Naturally, our conversation centered around Cody Whitehair, who has made the transition from college tackle (after starting his K-State career at guard) to NFL center look remarkably easy.

Since K-State will finally play a football game Saturday, we eventually got around to this year’s team to talk about things like how Adam Holtorf will adjust to his full-time role and what we can expect from Dalton Risner as the leader of a young, talented offensive line. Nick also referred to Will Geary as “K-State’s Perry Ellis.” You’ll enjoy listening to this podcast.


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