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    O-Line Size

    SI has a little tidbit about Wisconsin's O-line and their size. (Height and Weight)
    Just curious what ours looks like exactly.



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    Re: O-Line Size

    Read that too. I was kind of in shock how it stacked up against pro teams lines.



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    Re: O-Line Size

    Quote Originally Posted by cycopath25 View Post
    SI has a little tidbit about Wisconsin's O-line and their size. (Height and Weight)
    Just curious what ours looks like exactly.
    Wisconsin has had the jumbo line for years. They produce a few good prospects out of it, but most are just space eaters that seem to have a lot of trouble moving. Faster Dlines have always given them trouble. Although it appears the size was enough to scare Crick away. What an overrated bag of crap.



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    Re: O-Line Size

    So what does our line look like?



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    Re: O-Line Size

    KO = 6'6" 347#
    ET = 6'4" 315#
    TF = 6'3" 280#
    HH = 6'3" 336#
    BB = 6'6" 298#

    Avg Ht = 6'4.4"
    Avg Wt = 315.2



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    Re: O-Line Size

    Quote Originally Posted by brett108 View Post
    Wisconsin has had the jumbo line for years. They produce a few good prospects out of it, but most are just space eaters that seem to have a lot of trouble moving. Faster Dlines have always given them trouble. Although it appears the size was enough to scare Crick away. What an overrated bag of crap.
    He can thank Suh for all of his hype. Heck, he'll get drafted because of how good Suh made him look.



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    Re: O-Line Size

    Texas Tech avg is 323



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    Re: O-Line Size

    I forgot our center was a "little" guy.



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    Re: O-Line Size

    I see KO one pound shy of Georgia's big boy. I can't believe Georgia's line is bigger than any NFL teams.



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    Re: O-Line Size

    Being massive isn't always a good thing, being mobile is very important, and if an o-lineman has both, then he will be playing on Sundays.


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    Re: O-Line Size

    Quote Originally Posted by brett108 View Post
    Wisconsin has had the jumbo line for years. They produce a few good prospects out of it, but most are just space eaters that seem to have a lot of trouble moving. Faster Dlines have always given them trouble. Although it appears the size was enough to scare Crick away. What an overrated bag of crap.
    Is he out now for the Wisconsin game?


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    Re: O-Line Size

    What are the sizes of the Wisconsin O lineman?



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    Re: O-Line Size

    Quote Originally Posted by Boxerdaddy View Post
    What are the sizes of the Wisconsin O lineman?
    Wagner 6'6" 320
    Fredrick 6'4" 330
    Konz 6'5" 315
    Zeitler 6'4" 315
    Haverstein 6'8" 345



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    Re: O-Line Size

    3 or 4 years ago Wisconsins O-line was bigger than any NLF line at the time.



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