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Oregon Spring Football Preview: Offensive Line Should be Elite Again in 2024

A'lique Terry's leadership has ensured the Ducks will continue to produce high-end offensive linemen for years to come.
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Today I'm continuing my Oregon Football spring preview with a closer look at the offensive line. I've already covered quarterbackrunning backwide receiver and tight end, so make sure to give those a read so you're up to speed in time for the first practice on Thursday.

Oregon has become somewhat of a factory for offensive linemen in recent years, with Penei Sewell, winner of the 2019 Outland Trophy, serving as the crown jewel of the Ducks' efforts in the offensive trenches.

A lot of people thought Oregon's offensive line was set for a drop off in 2023. After all, the Ducks lost their offensive line coach Adrian Klemm and were tasked with replacing four starters (Alex Forsyth, Ryan Walk, T.J. BassMalaesala Aumavae-Laulu). But A'lique Terry tuned out all the outside noise and produced a finalist for the Joe Moore Award, which recognizes the best offensive line in college football.

Now entering spring practice, the Ducks will once again need to replace a few starters, but they've got plenty of talent to work with. 

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Oregon Ducks offensive lineman Ajani Cornelius in a game against the Washington State Cougars.
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I'll be continue to roll out my position-by-position preview this week before the start of spring practice, so make sure to continue reading Ducks Digest.