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Houston to be down two starting lineman vs. UCLA

Kevin Forsch AP

The juggernaut that is the 2012 UCLA Bruins (wait… what?) could have an easier row to hoe as it looks this weekend to start a season 3-0 for the first time since 2009.

Houston head coach Tony Levine confirmed Tuesday that a pair of his starting offensive lineman are already a no-go for their game with the Bruins Saturday due to injury.

Center Kevin Forsch (pictured) and right tackle Ralph Oragwu both suffered leg injuries in the Cougars’ loss to Louisiana Tech this past weekend.  What exactly those leg injuries entailed or how long the line duo could be out beyond the UCLA game was not divulged.

The Cougars will enter the road game going up against a team that currently ranks seventh in the country in sacks and 20th in tackles for loss.

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1 Response to “Houston to be down two starting lineman vs. UCLA”
  1. ancientcougar says: Sep 12, 2012 11:12 AM

    What good is an offense if you can’t stop anyone?
    Levine not showing big time coaching capability so far. Big drop off from Sumlin.

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