Michigan Wolverine’s Offensive Line: The Key to a 2009 Turnaround?

Posted by The Wolverine on August-26-2009 Add Comments

Howie Beardsley of the Grand Rapids Press thinks so:

"To catch, pass, and run within the spread, the offensive line must be able to block and protect. Those two skills rarely were seen last season, if for no other reason than a terrible lack of experience."

All indications are that the line will be much improved.

"Position Coach Frey has said, 'This is nowhere close to being the line we had last season, and that's because of the pride they have and the hard work they've put in.'"

We probably agree with this point. While the quarterback is certainly the single most important position on the...

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