2014 position preview: Offensive line 

October, 24, 2012
If there's one lesson you can take away from the first half of the 2012 season, it might be that you can never have too much depth along the offensive line. It's almost comical how much trouble LSU has had keeping its offensive front healthy, whether it was the season-ending injury to left tackle Chris Faulk or the persistent knee problems plaguing left guard Josh Dworaczyk. Center P.J. Lonergan has had a few bouts with back spasms, and right guard Josh Williford suffered a concussion in the loss to Florida. That doesn't even include the personal issues surrounding right tackle Alex Hurst's eventual departure from the team.

So, yeah. There's no shortage of need for offensive linemen, and luckily there's no shortage of talented O-linemen to bolster the Tigers' depth in 2014.

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