Mark A. Philbrick, BYU
An offensive line is really doing its job when no one talks about it, according to Vanquish the Foe.
In BYU's first four games this season, the offensive line was hardly flying under the radar, according to the article. The line struggled to protect the quarterback, run blocks and avoid penalties.
But that wasn't the case in the game against Hawaii, according to Vanquish the Foe. Shuffling the offensive line around made a difference. Hawaii's defense may be terrible, but BYU's offensive line finally played with some tenacity. Utah State's defense is No. 11 in the country. How will the Cougars' offensive line fare against the Aggies on Friday?
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