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The offensive line may not get the common, individual offensive stats and big, bold headlines that skill position players get on a daily basis, but for the Hebron Christian offensive linemen knowing they were the one's leading the way brings satisfaction.
"Sunday morning when I look into the paper and I see our team had a good running game, I take pride in that," ÂHebron Christian offensive guard and defensive tackle Troy Arnold said. "People that know football know when you have a successful running game â€” it starts with the offensive line."
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