Baylor’s offensive line is not where it wants or needs to be, but things are looking up after an improved performance against Iowa State. The O-line has consistently been a weak link over the past few seasons, and it’s 2020 shortcomings is partly to blame on limited personnel due to COVID-19.

With everyone back, the unit is finally starting to stabilize and is seeing improvement, as evidenced in a solid performance against Iowa State in which they only allowed one sack.

“There was some movement that they were creating off the ball, so there were some positive things there,” Aranda said. In terms of blocking, I think our physicality can improve there. A lot of things a week ago that we were asking them to improve, we improved on. So we’ve got to put it together for four quarters

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