To compensate for injuries and to shore up holes, the offensive line could look drastically different for Saturday's matchup against Colorado State.
Several adjustments could be in play. Junior center Tyler Larsen could move to right tackle. Eric Schultz could move from tackle to guard. Bryce Walker will almost certainly receive a number of reps.
This is an attempt to make a problem spot better. Utah State had issues pass-protecting last week against Wisconsin, as Chuckie Keeton spent most of his night in Madison scrambling out of trouble. The Aggies have to be better in that area, with Adam Kennedy out for the game and Devonta Glover-Wright now the main back-up.
"Everything is being considered," is how offensive coordinator Matt Wells termed the issue.
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