September 19, 2007
Nall never satisfied with o-line play
Hugh Nall is never pleased. Not after a loss. Not even after a win.
As far as the Auburn offensive line coach is concerned, there's always room for improvement.
Entering the 2007 season, many projected the weak spot on Auburn's offense to be the line, and understandably so.
Nall had to replace four seniors from last year, and ended up doing so with two freshmen, Mike Berry and Lee Ziemba, and two inexperienced players in Tyronne Green and Jason Bosley.
Through three games, though, the group, joined by senior King Dunlap and some Andrew McCain, hasn't been all bad. The line certainly hasn't been a liability.
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