The success of the offense will invariably depend upon the performance of the offensive line. The group returns four out of five starters with senior center Nick Romeo leading the group.
Senior Kevin Sampson and junior Adam Terry, who both started all 12 games last year, return at the tackle positions. Sophomore Quinn Ojinnaka, the first true freshman to start on the offensive line since 1986, will backup Sampson.
Guards Matt Tarullo and Jason Greene solidify the front line.
"I like what (Greene) got done as a young, unknown player in the spring," Pasqualoni said, when asked who the biggest surprise on the offense would be.
More on the offensive line can be found in this month's issue of The Juice.
OFFENSE PREVIEW: Front line
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