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2006 Fall Preview: Defensive Line

CORAL GABLES, Fla. - The University of Miami's defensive line will be one of the most talented and deepest units in the country this season. The ‘Canes can go three deep at defensive end without seeing a significant drop-off in talent.

The size-speed ratio of the line is impressive and is why they will be giving opposing quarterbacks fits during 2006. Talented veteran defensive linemen Kareem Brown and Teraz McCray are backed up by hungry young tackles that have shown the work ethic to see significant playing time. The defense will look to improve their 35 sacks from last season, 17th best in the nation. Depth Chart: LE...

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