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No Changes On Offensive Line

All the talk this week has been about the changes on the defensive line (Jeremy Navarre goes to end, Travis Ivey will start at tackle and Dion Armstrong will start at nose tackle). But the offensive line was a significant problem as well last week at Virginia Tech because the team rushed for minus-12 yards. Neither Da’Rel Scott nor Davin Meggett could do anything.

Coach Ralph Friedgen said yesterday that the starting offensive line will remain the same. He said Scott Burley and Dane Randolph at tackle have practiced better this week. Jack Griffin and Phil Costa are getting better at right guard, he added.

So expect the line to look like this at the start: left tackle Bruce Campbell, left guard Jaimie Thomas, center Edwin Williams, right guard Phil Costa, right tackle Scott Burley.

Think the line can come through Saturday?

By Eric Prisbell  |  November 13, 2008; 10:06 AM ET
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I thought the problems with the running agme at VT came more form VT sending more people than we had blockers. VT run blitzes as well as they pass blitz. If only Cosh could figure out how to do either.

Posted by: PacoInAjijic | November 13, 2008 12:38 PM | Report abuse

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