"Fortunatly, they will not face a d-line as good as their own."Unfortunately, they will face d-lines BETTER than their own.
That is a question I have also, as to why we are consistently having so many
injuries going into or coming out of spring practice (and also Summer workouts),
year after year, after year. Something is definitely wrong with the strength
How can the whole line be injured when they haven't played since December?
Perhaps they were more preventing injuries rather then healing, or alittle of
both.Fortunatly, they will not face a d-line as good as their own.
The key for the O-line this year is to spend much more time training and much
less time at the Training Table restaurant. Either that or Jenny Craig.
Enough about the O-Line. I believe we all get the idea that should the Cougs get
off to a slow start, the writing is more than on the wall about who'll take
the brunt of the blame: The "big ugglies." DN Sports Dept, how about a
credible, indepth article on the amount of injuries under the various Strength
and Conditioning coaches the football team has had over the years.