Physicality and finishing plays remain an emphasis for Louisville football’s offensive line, but with another year under the direction of offensive line coach Dwayne Ledford, the linemen are forming together even more.
Louisville brings back experience to its offensive line this fall.
Robbie Bell and Caleb Chandler each started all 13 games at right and left guard, respectively. Cole Bentley started at center in the final six games last year.
Adonis Boone started in place of Mekhi Becton at left tackle while also playing guard in Louisville’s rotation.
Cameron DeGeorge, a graduated transfer from UConn, has started 33 games in his career. The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Massachusetts native can play tackle or guard.
“Inside the meeting rooms it’s a more family vibe,” redshirt freshman Renato Brown said. “We were close last year, but we are really molding together this year.”
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