Josh Dworaczyk settles in at left tackle 

September, 11, 2012
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Josh DworaczykSteve Franz/Getty ImagesJosh Dworaczyk was ready to fill in at any spot on the line this fall, and he performed well at left tackle against Washington.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- On the first of many LSU touchdowns during LSU's 41-3 win over Washington Saturday, left tackle Josh Dworaczyk was asked to reach to his left to block Huskies rush end Josh Shirley.

Dworaczyk not only got there, but he turned Shirley to the right, creating a gaping seam that running back Alfred Blue used to gallop through to a 21-yard touchdown.

It was known that Dworaczyk, a sixth-year senior who served as a de facto sideline offensive line coach while he missed last season with a knee injury, could handle the mental part of the position. On that play, he showed that he could could physically get the job done as well.

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