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Offensive Line Embracing Offseason Challenge

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers offensive line had a dismal 2010 season, but are eager to begin working for the 2011 season. Outgoing senior center Howard Barbieri spoke to about a few key areas of offseason improvement, and several of the returning player discussed what they thought were key target areas between now and spring practice.

Rutgers leading rusher averaged less than 35 yards per game. Its quarterbacks were sacked more than any others in the nation. Call it rebuilding, restructuring, retooling or restoring, but there is a lot of work to be done to make the Scarlet Knights' offensive line a strength, and the players know it. They also believe an offseason of work and study is the elixir, providing the effort and desire...

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