All his OL returned except for the SRs. The only true FR that saw significant playing time was Taylor
Well when there was 6 of them just two years ago, you hope that we have some back. But your statement is misleading. We returned true sophomore Martez Ivey, true sophomore Fred Johnson, true sophomore Tyler Jordan, and two experienced guys in Cam Dilliard and David Sharpe. One of whom was too nice and the other was soft. We started two freshmen on the OL and finally next year will have built up enough quality depth to have a strong unit on the offensive line. You can't snap your fingers and magically create a good offensive line TJ. It's not that simple. It takes bodies and it takes cohesiveness. The staff has really put together a solid offensive line and we will see them only continue to get better going into the spring and next season.
The offense has been hampered in its statistical ranking due to the lack of depth that we have been forced to deal with on the OL and because of dealing with guys like Treon Harris, Austin Appleby, and Luke Del Rio playing quarterback. All of those quarterbacks are less talented than John brantley, Jeff Driskel, Jacoby Brissett, and will Grier. And despite the fact that we are working with shite for quarterbacks, Mac has still managed to have more success in two years than Muschamp was able to muster in 4.
You can deny facts all you want, but the most important fact is winning. We won 10 games in year 1, and what constitutes to 10 wins in year 2. Both years have been rebuilding years in which we have had a back up or a bandaid at QB and have been rebuilding our offensive roster. Our ranking at the end of year 1 was 25th and our ranking at the end of year 2 is 14th. We're improving.