In a closer look at our OL, we need to be patient. For whatever reason, from 2010-2012 we signed a grand total of 6 OL. We bumped that number up to 6 in 2013, but we have yet to realize the contributions from this class. When you add in OL coaching changes, injuries, and the amount of talent that has left for the league, it really negates tremendous progress. We are developmentally young when it comes to high-level competition as a unit. They are learning as a unit on the fly, and are not showing great discipline and confidence. For example, our main challenge vs. LSU was picking up blitzing linebackers and illegal procedure calls (moving before the snap). That is not indicative of an experienced (as a "unit" in big games) and disciplined offensive line. This is not an excuse...its being real. Coach Davis is experienced and will get them better in time. We just have to continue to recruit good numbers, and encourage continuity and discipline as a unit. In the meantime, we must develop an offensive scheme that accents and utilizes their strengths.