CFC TV: Clay McGuire has a mission for WSU o-line

PULLMAN – Cougar offensive line coach Clay McGuire, in a one-on-one interview with, doesn’t hesitate when asked the most important thing to accomplish on the Washington State offensive line in 2016.

The No. 1 job up front this season? Keeping QB Luke Falk upright, and from taking shots.  Hitting on the starting five, McGuire said he was pleased with Andre Dillard and Cody O'Connell on the left side. McGuire also touched on the depth behind the starters, saying it’s not out of the realm of possibility for one of the incoming freshmen to work his way into the mix this season.

McGuire noted starting right tackle Cole Madison still has a high ceiling, opines on all things Cougar running backs as they relate to the offensive line and more.

WSU projected starting five OL average 6-5, 319 pounds:
LT Andre Dillard (6-5, 290)
LG Cody O'Connell (6-8, 351)
C Riley Sorenson (6-4, 327)
RG Eduardo Middleton (6-5, 323)
RT Cole Madison (6-5, 305)

First OL off the bench: Cedric Bigge-Duren??  (6-6, 320)

Incoming OL in 2016:
Keenen King (6-4, 301)
Christian Haangana (6-5, 365)
Frederick Mauigoa (6-4, 295)
Liam Ryan (6-6, 275)
Joshua Watson (6-5, 265)
Nilsson Gaisoa (6-5, 295)

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