Rutgers Football 2009: Offensive Line

Posted by Josh Rosenberg on August-25-2009 Add Comments

During the first half of the Rutgers season, the offensive line played poorly as senior quarterback Mike Teel found himself constantly pressured and sacked. Teel was never the best decision-maker under pressure and this forced him to make some very bad throws, which resulted in Rutgers’ 1-5 start last season.

Offensive line Coach Kyle Flood reshuffled the line, adding Art Forst into the lineup at right guard, benching fifth-year senior Mike Gilmartin, moving Kevin Haslam to right tackle, and switching Caleb Ruch from right to left guard.

The new offensive line played a lot better. Mike Teel had lots of time in the pocket, which resulted i...

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