Does Utah have the most underrated offensive line in the country?

Utah's offensive line has done a serviceable job protecting Travis Wilson.
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Utah, now 4-0, has dazzled with a remarkable defense and special teams unit. Quarterback Travis Wilson and running back Devontae Booker look sharp, too.

One aspect of Utah's play that may be overlooked, however, is the Utes' offensive line. In a recent column on SI.com, Brian Hamilton outlined all of the “unsung heroes” in college football. The only “unit” of players included was Utah's offensive line. 

“The Utes have allowed just one sack in four games,” wrote Hamilton. “Meanwhile the offense is a top 20 unit at 38.8 points per game and the ground game churns out 204 yards per game (32nd nationally) at 4.77 yards per carry.”

(h/t SI.com)

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