But let's say it comes together. Last season, I think that Lindgren showed that he could call plays in a way that covered some issues. Low number of sacks allowed and TFLs despite starting a true frosh at both QB and RB much of the year. The OL wasn't as good as the numbers indicated, but they continued to improve and build confidence as the year progressed. 3 starters return. Harris and Handler get replaced by Wiefels and Callahan as newcomers along with Irwin coming back from injury and all the guys who redshirted last year being eligible on game day (Kronshage, Huckins, Kough and Sutton). Lots more depth and a lot of guys got a lot bigger/stronger in the offseason. 2nd year in the system. So what if we see more than incremental growth and actually see an OL that picks up stunts, wins the line of scrimmage, keeps Sefo clean, and actually gets to the 2nd level to engage LBs and DBs on screens and runs? Would the offense rise to the level of the Klatt teams? Better, since there is more speed than those groups had? I know we're only a few days into camp, but I'm getting a feeling that this OL is going to surprise this year and make things happen for the 2014 Buffs.