Michigan Football: Take On Offensive Line Play — Part II
All I see is the sky is falling threads and it gets painful to see.
As CoachBT stated in Part I, the best thing was the no missed assignments or guys looking lost.Yes, there were some blocks that could have been made in pass protection. Uhmm, those all quite correctable in making sure the communication is fixed.
Some of it is just reps, reps, reps and more reps. Come fall camp it will get narrowed down to the two deep and then the starting group and rep the crap out of who has what pickups, all the signals, calls, protections.
Maybe it’s just me, but seeing guys come off the line correctly with footwork, not looking lost, knowing who to pick up and doing well with their chip, scrapes and all was a huge plus to me. I must be the only one though.
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