The Bulls lost four seniors last year, and due to that the offensive line was a major question heading into 2009. USF co-offensive line coach Mike Simmonds say's the whole unit is young with out a senior in the bunch, but that doesn't mean they aren't athletic and talented. Simmonds also says the entire O-line has gotten better with every practice. See what the Bulls OL coach has to say.
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Coach Simmonds Breaks Down the O-line
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