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Wollschlager Back as Lone OL Starter

In the past couple of spring football seasons, the defense has significantly dominated the offense, so in his first practice as the offensive line coach Mario Cristobal's message to the linemen was short and clear.

"He told us to kick the defense's [butt]," center Anthony Wollschlager said. "We want to average four to five yards-per-carry and not allow any sacks if we can possibly do that." Wollschlager, a senior, enters the spring as the lone returning starter from the 2005 team. Known for his tenacity and work ethic, Wollschlager is considered the most surprising player on the team. He graded out at the...

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