UofL FOOTBALL | Offensive Line Confident Heading Into Season

08/02/2017 10:36 AM

It’s not a secret that the Louisville football offensive line took its fair share of criticism near the end of last year.

In fact, the group received the most criticism after the Citrus Bowl, when quarterback Lamar Jackson was sacked eight times.

During this past offseason, UofL head coach Bobby Petrino addressed the problems at the end of the year, by adding Mike Summers to his staff, naming him co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.

UofL offensive lineman Geron Christian and defensive lineman Drew Bailey talked about the progress the O-Line has already made at practice:

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