From the Camp 7 Notes:
"As for the other side of the ball, the offensive line is seeing different fronts and schemes than they've ever practiced against, so it's keeping them on their toes and forcing them to adjust their style of play and technique.
"It's great to work each other through that stuff," said Tedford. "The defense is moving very quickly."
So it begs the question, has Gregory's soft defense also been hindering our offense by not giving our O-line different looks? I mean, how much can you learn when you keep facing 3 man rushes? Could this explain why we looked so bad against more multiple defense, like Oregon last year?