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Drawing a Line

Micah Hatchie (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Due to the numerous comments about my last article's "fluffy" and platitude-laden content, I felt compelled to take a more poignant look at the Huskies' most glaring weaknesses heading into next season: The Lines.

(For brevity, I've largely excluded incoming freshman from this analysis) Without further ado... Offensive Line. This seems to be everyone's biggest concern heading into 2013 and for good reason. The O-line in 2012 was mediocre for the majority and downright terrible for several stretches. They gave up 38 sacks last season. To compare, USC led the conference with 17 sacks surrendered. Without a...

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