The offensive line started the 2019 season strong through non-conference play after allowing just one sack through the first two weeks before giving up four against Temple. The efficiency in conference play, however, dipped as the competition level increased and Maryland finished the 2019 season averaging over three sacks per game. Inconsistencies along the starting rotation coupled with a new left tackle gave offensive line coach John Reagan an opportunity to work through the growing pains as the offensive success sputtered during conference play. Now Maryland enters the 2020 season with three returning offensive linemen from last year’s unit as the play in the trenches will be the determining factor.

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