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    Re: Spring Football Article:Offensive Line

    Interesting about possibly playing 3 guards and 3 tackles. Not very common.

    The only concern I have about Oline is someone stepping up for the LG spot. I think either Farniok or Tatuolo will be able to be the man at C. I don't know how good Bykowski is a year after moving to tackle from tight end. Other than that, I think our line should be just fine this year.



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    Re: Spring Football Article:Offensive Line

    Looked through the other articles as well. All our skill positions look to have plenty of options. Hopefully the cream will rise, and we can see some playmakers all over the field on offense. I would love to see Josh Lenz more involved as a receiver.



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    Re: Spring Football Article:Offensive Line

    Quote Originally Posted by brett108 View Post
    Looked through the other articles as well. All our skill positions look to have plenty of options. Hopefully the cream will rise, and we can see some playmakers all over the field on offense. I would love to see Josh Lenz more involved as a receiver.
    Offensive line play is the foundation of a successful running game, and protecting the QB gives him more time and opportunities in the passing game. If the offensive line is really good, it can mask some weaknesses at skill positions. Therefore, the quickest way to improve on offense is line play.

    This line seems to be coming together well, and that bodes well for the future.



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