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  1. This is the tallest group that I can recall... back in the Dickey bowl days we typically saw shorter offensive linemen with less size...not to mean they weren't good players in their own right. I think this may be the area in which we have seen the most change in this program over the past 5-10 years. The defensive line need to get there next. BTW - I used "6-5 or over" because I think Antonio Johnson is 6-6...even though he is listed at 6-5... Updated football roster link
  2. I’m back from a short vacation and am ready to resume my post-spring blog series on UNT’s roster position-by-position by evaluating the Mean Green’s offensive line, but first a fun story. Vicky and I went to Portland for a few days and picked up a car at the airport. The guy from Enterprise looked at my license and said, “Denton, home of the Mean Green.” Long story short, we got to talking and it turned out the guy went to Troy for a couple of semesters before graduating from a school in Florida. (Insert joke about the Troy guy working at Enterprise here) Anyway, just thought that was interesting. But back to the matter at hand. UNT’s offensive line was a big strength last season. Lance Dunbar ranked third in the Sun Belt with 1,115 rushing yards on the season and UNT allowed just 16 sacks, a total that also ranked third in the league. What is a huge positive for UNT going forward is that most of the group is back and some young players gained experience in the spring that will allow them to provide added depth. The lone player UNT lost who played a significant role was tackle Matt Tomlinson, who was a first-team All-Sun Belt selection. JJ Johnson was expected to start at center, but was hurt in the season-opener and never really played a major role outside of being a great leader. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2012/05/post-spring-football-series-part-2-offensive-line-back-from-a-little-vacation.html/
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