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SPRING PREVIEW: Offensive Line
WSU surrendered some downright ugly sack numbers last year (48 with Tuel and 51 total) and didn't pave the way near enough to help produce an effective running game (2.62 ypc). That means the starters shouldn't feel too comfortable. But there's also reason to believe those four might well retain their starting jobs, and for overall optimism in o-line coach Steve Morton's second season. Tackle David Gonzales was poised to become the biggest surprise of 2010, and then he was lost in Week 7 to a broken arm. Wade Jacobson, who moved from tackle to guard last year, was another junior college transfer who was finding his way in ‘1...
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