UF DL vs UT OL

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  1. GatorSean
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    If the prognosticators are correct about UT having the best OL in CFB, then our DL is going to be judged as one of the greatest in the history of the sport because our DL manhandled them on just about every play.

    I noted in another thread that we haven't seen much from Morrison, but I really think that is because our DL rarely lets the play get to the second level.
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    Early on, we got a great pass rush with only three rushers, sometimes four. Late in the game, we weren't putting pressure on the QB every play, and resorting to more blitzes. I don't know if our DL was tired, had no quality depth, or what. Most of Tennessee's passing yards came late in the game, and it wasn't all because of the missing CB's. Our DL had an amazing day with turnovers, though. Cummings may need some coaching on his running style...
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    I agree, but Orr got hurt and that diminished our rotation and Cummings got tripped by Easley.
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    Does anyone know how long Orr will be out?
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    I want an Orr update too. He's a huge body in the middle. Hope he's not out long.
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    doesn't hurt that one gets the boot for a hit and the next pass play the two safties should of destroyed that WR but fear of being flagged they let him have a nice easy catch
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    Would have been hilarious if Cummings scored on the pick. He had like 5 blockers that could have walled him off, but he was so slow that Easley stepped on his foot and tripped him.
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    Cummings was bumbling, stumbling and rolling along until he got tripped by Easley (unintentionally, of course). He would have had a TD otherwise...

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