Matt Wells said it best.
"The only time you hear about the offensive line is when they mess up."
By that estimation, the Utah State offensive line played its best game of the season against San Jose State.
The group didn't allow a sack.
A week after struggling against BYU's defensive front four, USU allowed Chuckie Keeton to get hit only twice. A week after not being able to open holes in the running game, the Aggie offensive line opened holes big enough for a truck to drive through.
It was an impressive performance from Utah State, and it was a big reason the Aggies put up a season-high 49 points against the Spartans.
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