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Lack of o-line depth reaches critical state


PULLMAN – Offensive line coach Clay McGuire said the situation in the trenches this season has reached a dire level. With only six healthy bodies remaining, McGuire said he's worried redshirts might have to be burned in order to win some football games. He also said if it weren't for redshirts, the offensive line may look much different.

"We got six guys right now," McGuire said. "If one of those guys go down, we're down to redshirts. That's all we've got left." McGuire admits the offensive line has not played well this year. Washington State is second among Football Bowl Subdivision programs in sacks, allowing more than 4.5 a game, and last in the country in rushing yards per game, at just a shade less than 33 yards per game... Recommended Stories

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