Hold the Line
Dave McMahon -- How is the first team offensive line progressing?
Neil Callaway -- They are looking good. I don't think they were as sharp in this second scrimmage as they were in the first. There were some individual efforts that I was proud of.
DM -- Is Dan Inman practicing with the first team or the second team?
NC -- We have been rotating him in and out just out of necessity.
DM -- How is Michael Turner doing?
NC -- I'm pleased overall with Michael's performance. He has done many positive things out there.
DM -- What does he still need to work on?
NC -- He needs to be more consistant.
DM -- Is Nick Jones a natural center or a natural guard?
NC -- He can play either. He is such a great player.
DM -- There seems to be some talent on the first team, but not a lot of experience... right?
NC -- Even though they haven't started, some of these players have played a lot.
DM -- How are the young players like Kevin Perez and the two Davis's doing?
NC -- They are working real hard. They have a ways to go, but they are working hard.
DM -- Have you talked to Max Jean-Gilles, Dennis Roland, Russ Tanner or Ryan Schnetzer lately?
NC -- I talked to Max recently, but I haven't as much as I want to. My time here doesn't allow me to.
DM -- You started being an offensive line coach in 1980... on average, how big was that offensive line and are you amazed how big they are now?
NC -- They were about 230 to 235 pounds and yes I am truly amazed how big and fast they are now.
DM -- Thank you for your time and answers.
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