Utah offensive line coach Jim Harding gets in some work with his linemen during spring drills at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Harding wants his unit to hit the ground running when the Utes open the season against Florida in Gainsville.
Things didn’t start well for Utah’s offensive line in 2021, but by the end of the season, the O-line was one of the strengths of the team that won the Pac-12 championship.
Offensive line coach Jim Harding knows that going into the 2022 campaign, having a cohesive, consistent group in the trenches right away is a top priority, especially with the season opener against Florida of the SEC on Sept. 3 in Gainesville.
“I recognize that we didn’t play very well early on in the year up front. A lot of that had to do with shuffling guys around. It’s going to be important to get those guys in place right away,” said Harding. “We recognize the first game we have this year. The sooner we can get those five guys playing together, getting used to each other, will only make us better in the long run.”
What did left tackle Braeden Daniels learn from last season?
“What I want to take from last year is, it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish,” he said. “Coach Harding and all of us evaluated ourselves and looked in the mirror. We looked at what the problem was and what we needed to fix. That’s something we need to do this year. We know we have Florida in our first game. That’s something we’re looking forward to.”
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