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You get DESTROYED up front on both sides of the football...

We need to recruit BIG NASTY linemen... not small fast ones.

Our coaches, for whatever reason... really ignore the OLINE in recruiting compared to RBs and other skilled positions.

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Igbore?  No. 

Ineffective at recruiting and developing?  Yes.

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We haven't recruited AND/or developed any top notch players on the offensive side of the ball period. We will see what happens with Daniels development. He has tremendous athletic ability, but we will see if he can become a winning QB. We have a porous line and no other playmakers.

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Miami was bigger, faster and more athletic on both lines.  Of course we kept running it up the middle which was totally ineffective.  When they ran it up the middle, we would hit them at the line and they would drag our boys for a 6 or 7 yard gain.

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big, athletic o-linemen are the most prized recruits and toughest to get away from the bigs

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big, athletic o-linemen are the most prized recruits and toughest to get away from the bigs

jim habaugh of stanford got those type lineman in two years

leavitt simply cant recruit

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big, athletic o-linemen are the most prized recruits and toughest to get away from the bigs

They're easier to find when you go out of state. Problem is USF's recruiting budget is so limited that they can't do that.

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big, athletic o-linemen are the most prized recruits and toughest to get away from the bigs

They're easier to find when you go out of state. Problem is USF's recruiting budget is so limited that they can't do that.

this is our current reality

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big, athletic o-linemen are the most prized recruits and toughest to get away from the bigs

They're easier to find when you go out of state. Problem is USF's recruiting budget is so limited that they can't do that.

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another excuse for failure

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leavitt should "donate" some of his salary to the recruiting budget!

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