Eugene Who? Without Monroe, Cavaliers’ O-Line Must Gel

Posted by Jack Harver on July-31-2009 Add Comments

When left tackle Eugene Monroe graduated from Virginia this past May, he took 32 starts, two years of All-ACC recognition, and last season's Jacobs Blocking Trophy with him into the NFL.

Since regaining his starting job in 2007 after an injury-plagued 2006 season, Monroe had become a rock on his end of the Cavaliers' offensive line. His departure has created a hole in Virginia's starting lineup that no one on the current roster seems equipped to fill seamlessly.

Landon Bradley, a 6-6, 275-pound redshirt sophomore from Conway, S.C., has been tabbed to succeed Monroe at left tackle.

After winning the Cavaliers' Rock Weir Award a year ago for being the most-improved player in spring practice, Bradley has only on...

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