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Pre-Spring Outlook - Offensive Line

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SEATTLE - Of all the additions and subtractions, perhaps the biggest news coming into spring for the Washington Huskies was that of a player who was neither coming or going. When Juan Garcia was granted a sixth year of eligibility for the 2008 season, it meant even more stability and experience for an offensive line that is definitely starting to gel.

The biggest fact that attests to the quality of the Huskies' offensive line is that they helped Louis Rankin to a 1294-yard season, the first time the Huskies have had a 1,000-yard rusher in a decade. And quarterback Jake Locker was only 14 yards from duplicating Rankin's achievement. On top of that, they only allowed 24 sacks in 13 games protecting a first-year quarterback in Locker. Certainly...

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