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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
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Topic - Ollie Ogbu
"You want to go out there and clog holes for your linebackers ... but you also want to make plays, too," Ogbu said. "Either (way) isn't bad."
"I would say we're not losing anything ... It's going to be the same physical play we have here," said senior defensive tackle Ollie Ogbu, a vocal leader. "It's one of those things where one piece comes out, one piece comes in ... the machine keeps on working."