Read on to see what senior offensive lineman Brandon Linder is saying about how his unit can still…
Q&A with Brandon Linder
That was a battle but as an offensive line we have to take it one game at a time and then take it from there.
On the progress of the O-Line:
You gotta dominate your role, know your assignments, and play special teams also. That's good that we can get that, we can rotate guys. We have young guys like Gall and Taylor Gadbois who are doing a great job.
On his experience:
My freshman year I was able to crack the starting lineup. Once you do that it gets better. The first play my freshman year I went up against Marcus Forston. After that first play, you understand what it takes.
On younger players stepping up:
They're picking it up, understanding their assignments and should be able to contribute.
On what they worked on this week:
This week, as an offensive line, we've been working on our communication, knowing what the defense is going to do, and how we are going to execute.
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