Gators Offensive Line Struggling; Muschamp Looking for Change
GAINESVILLE- The Gators offensive line is made up of guys that have combined for 182 games thus far.
Despite the veteran experience, the line is allowing an average of 2.4 sacks per game and protecting an offense that ranks last in total offense for the SEC.
One guy that head coach Will Muschamp has been asked about specifically is right tackle Tyler Moore and Muschamp says that's a postion that could see some change soon.
TV20's Kassidy Hill tells us how Will Muschamp is looking to fix the problems, even by looking to young blood to fill the blanks.
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