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    The current 2 deep OL

    Just posting for those that may be intrested how the line stands as of now.

    First team
    RT: Sirles
    RG: Long
    C: Pensick
    LG: Choi
    LT: Moore

    second team
    RT: Arod
    RG:Reeves
    C: JAckson
    LG: Cotton
    LT: Qvale

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    Tyler Moore is going to be one of the Husker greats before he is done...

    Really like the depth we are building....
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    Aweome - not a ton of surprises. Jackson at second string center is somewhat surprising I suppose. And ARod is working his tail off to get to that starting spot. I think Moore has a spot all but solidified and Sirles and ARod are going to battle all season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShortSideOption View Post
    Aweome - not a ton of surprises. Jackson at second string center is somewhat surprising I suppose. And ARod is working his tail off to get to that starting spot. I think Moore has a spot all but solidified and Sirles and ARod are going to battle all season.
    Yeah, as long as both Sirles and Arod are able to stay healthy through the whole year. Is Reeves officially moved to G - no more C? I really hope by looking at this group that we have 8-10 guys who are mostly interchangeable and will see the field, especially Qvale after all he's gone through.
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    I'm certainly not trying to dispute what you know, 215. I've said it before, you're imo THE most credible source on this site. However, according to Dave Revisine of the BTN who attended practice Thursday, he has the OL rotation as:

    According to Revsine, the first five offensive linemen out were: LT Qvale, LG Choi, C Pensick, RG Long, and RT Sirles.
    The second unit was: LT Moore (more on him here), LG Cotton, C Pelini, RG Price, and RT Rodriguez.

    http://hailvarsity.com/2012/08/pieci...e-depth-chart/

    Just wanted to add what other info was available. I guess we'll all know for sure soon enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red93 View Post
    I'm certainly not trying to dispute what you know, 215. I've said it before, you're imo THE most credible source on this site. However, according to Dave Revisine of the BTN who attended practice Thursday, he has the OL rotation as:

    According to Revsine, the first five offensive linemen out were: LT Qvale, LG Choi, C Pensick, RG Long, and RT Sirles.
    The second unit was: LT Moore (more on him here), LG Cotton, C Pelini, RG Price, and RT Rodriguez.

    http://hailvarsity.com/2012/08/pieci...e-depth-chart/

    Just wanted to add what other info was available. I guess we'll all know for sure soon enough.
    I read that article too but I just can't fathom Moore not have one of the two starting tackles spots. I think Qvale is a bit of a swing guy - can play multiple spots and is also a bit injury prone.

    This group is THE key to a successful season. If they can run block, keep TM upright and do so without significant help from TE's and Fullbacks we'll have a dynamic offense.
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    I would assume Arod is the first man in at any position excluding center if any of the first unit goes down. No?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red93 View Post
    I'm certainly not trying to dispute what you know, 215. I've said it before, you're imo THE most credible source on this site. However, according to Dave Revisine of the BTN who attended practice Thursday, he has the OL rotation as:

    According to Revsine, the first five offensive linemen out were: LT Qvale, LG Choi, C Pensick, RG Long, and RT Sirles.
    The second unit was: LT Moore (more on him here), LG Cotton, C Pelini, RG Price, and RT Rodriguez.

    http://hailvarsity.com/2012/08/pieci...e-depth-chart/

    Just wanted to add what other info was available. I guess we'll all know for sure soon enough.
    In that same article, Revsine has this disclaimer.


    Dave Revsine @BTNDaveRevsine Again the caveat - can't read too much into these rotations - my experience is it often changes - but some people had asked. #Huskers
    I expect that the personnel manning the top two units are pretty fluid at this time and I also believe that is a very good situation for the offense. I cannot visualize a situation where Moore would be considered a "#2" with the way he finished the season last year.

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    For the record, I'll take 215's word over Dave Revisine's 100 out of 100 times
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red93 View Post
    For the record, I'll take 215's word over Dave Revisine's 100 out of 100 times
    No argument there!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 215Husker View Post
    Just posting for those that may be intrested how the line stands as of now.

    First team
    RT: Sirles
    RG: Long
    C: Pensick
    LG: Choi
    LT: Moore

    second team
    RT: Arod
    RG:Reeves
    C: JAckson
    LG: Cotton
    LT: Qvale

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    Like said, it's a fluid situation. The coaches themselves saying it's mixing and matching until they see what combinations work best. The good thing is most all of them have starts and game time action. Remember how it used to be when the second string wasn't too different than the first. It sounds like Pensick has some serious strength and we already know Choi is a M1 tank. With the collective multitude of experience and the extra reps from two coaches things have returned to what we use to know as normal. I said a couple of months back don't be too surprised if we have more than just Long with post season honors. Less bad steps this year. Less penalties with experience. Playing faster with confidence. It's all good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red93 View Post
    I'm certainly not trying to dispute what you know, 215. I've said it before, you're imo THE most credible source on this site. However, according to Dave Revisine of the BTN who attended practice Thursday, he has the OL rotation as:

    According to Revsine, the first five offensive linemen out were: LT Qvale, LG Choi, C Pensick, RG Long, and RT Sirles.
    The second unit was: LT Moore (more on him here), LG Cotton, C Pelini, RG Price, and RT Rodriguez.

    http://hailvarsity.com/2012/08/pieci...e-depth-chart/

    Just wanted to add what other info was available. I guess we'll all know for sure soon enough.
    The biggest surprise on that list for me is Price at #2 RG. A redshirt freshman, and barely 18 to boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wcbsas View Post
    I read that article too but I just can't fathom Moore not have one of the two starting tackles spots. I think Qvale is a bit of a swing guy - can play multiple spots and is also a bit injury prone.

    This group is THE key to a successful season. If they can run block, keep TM upright and do so without significant help from TE's and Fullbacks we'll have a dynamic offense.
    I almost thought that having Qvale at LT was a good sign, cause it would seem that Moore is a stud and if someone is challenging him, even if early in fall camp, it is a good sign for depth at the position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Reign View Post
    Tyler Moore is going to be one of the Husker greats before he is done...
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