Notre Dame’s offensive linemen serving as mentors to QB Golson
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (MCT) — Since summer, every workout for Notre Dame’s offensive line has an epilogue. Even if teammates disperse, the line holds for 20 or 30 minutes, reviewing techniques or plays or whatever requires discussion. Hence the odd sight of four 300-pound men doing auditorium interviews in full pads Wednesday.
It would be the week for overdressing. Stanford is coming, and the job of protecting still-incubating quarterback Everett Golson against a tricky, unrelenting front seven requires overtime. The Irish line has assumed responsibility to keep Golson both upright and moving forward, and there is work to be done.
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