DUBLIN — A veteran, cohesive offensive line can cure a lot of ills on a football field. And in the case of a youthful, confidence-seeking team from Dublin, the Lions may go as far as their offensive front can take them in 2023.
Coming off a 2-8 campaign that saw the Lions fielding as many as 10 sophomores due to injuries, DHS has now taken a step up on the maturity ladder. But most importantly, Dublin will start five players along its offensive line who started a year ago, which on paper, translates into fewer mistakes, fewer penalties, better pass protection and a better push up front.
If all of this holds true, the Lions will have a shot a taking a step forward this fall.