Saw that Chris Aaron is now working as a student assistant, meaning that he's likely not going to be suiting up this season.
Robbie Caldwell really has his work cut out for him: He's got to win at least four or five games to keep his job even though experts had predicted us to win one or two games WITH Bobby Johnson; he's got only four offensive linemen who've ever played in a college football game (Bailey, Fischer, Seymour, Welchans; Burrow did not play last season); and he's turning the offensive line coach duties over to a new guy, albeit a guy who looks like a great hire.
Here's our offensive line at Christmastime, and what's happened since then:
C: JOEY BAILEY, R-SR: STARTING CENTER
G: KYLE FISCHER, R-JR: STARTING GUARD
G: Reilly Lauer, R-SR: Left school
T: James Williams, R-JR: Left school
T: RICHARD SEYMOUR, R-SO: COMPETING TO START AT TACKLE
• CALEB WELCHANS, R-SO: COMPETING TO START AT TACKLE
• WESLEY JOHNSON, R-FR: COMPETING TO START AT TACKLE
• JABO BURROW, R-SO: STARTING GUARD
• Chris Aaron, R-SO: Season-ending injury
• Justin Cabbagestalk, R-FR: Knee injury, status uncertain
• MYLON BROWN, R-FR: LIKELY IN 7-MAN PLAYING ROTATION
• Rob Ashabranner, R-JR: Left school
• Richard Cagle, R-SO: Left school
• GRANT RAMSAY, FR: WORKING WITH SECOND TEAM AS GUARD
• LOGAN STEWART, FR: WORKING WITH SECOND TEAM AS CENTER
• CHASE WHITE, FR: WORKING WITH SECOND TEAM AS TACKLE
• JAMES KITTREDGE, FR: RECENTLY MOVED FROM DEFENSIVE LINE
• ANDREW BRIDGES, FR: MOST LIKELY TO REDSHIRT
But think about it: If Caldwell can somehow win enough games to avoid the grim reaper this season, then his talented young linemen will be experienced and ready to go in 2011 and 2012, when the rest of the team should be peaking as well.