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Michigan QB Cade McNamara says Wolverines O-Line is ready for Georgia


There is no question about it, the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs have one of the most dominant defensive lines in the nation and they will look to give the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines a tough time when they meet on Friday night in the College Football Playoff semifinal matchup at the Orange Bowl.

On Wednesday, Wolverines QB Cade McNamara was asked about the Bulldogs’ defensive line and he said that though they are “very talented” the Michigan offensive line will be ready for the challenge.

From WolverinesWire:

“Yeah, we’re well aware that especially their front in their box is very talented, but I think the heart and soul of our offense is our O-line, and I think if anyone in the country is going to block them, it’s going to be our dudes,” quarterback Cade McNamara said. “I think we size up well to them, and I think obviously they’ll be a good challenge, but we’re looking forward to it.”

If Michigan is going to move the ball on offense, their offensive line will certainly have to play their best game of the season.

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