Bulldogs’ experienced O-line has disappointed with spotty play

The offensive line has certainly had its successful drives, however. The Memphis game was a dominating performance, and the Bulldogs have marched down the field and scored in every one of their first possessions after halftime.

Concentration, it seems, is easier to maintain after the 15-minute break and adjustments in the locker room.

All five of MSU’s offensive linemen on the field graded satisfactory on nine of the 13 plays during the Bulldogs’ lone touchdown drive in their 29-7 loss to LSU last week.