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OT: Chris Faulk
Chris Faulk is one of the best left tackles in the game.
Faulk was selected to the second team All-SEC team by the Associated Press last season and ESPN's Chris Low has Faulk as the 14th best player in the SEC for 2012.
Backup: Chris Davenport
OG: La'el Collins
Just talking about LSU's offensive line should excite LSU fans because of the depth and experience.
In fact, one of the Tigers' best players from two years ago, Josh Dworaczyk, is returning as a utility guard behind La'el Collins. There's been a lot of hype surrounding Collins, and in 2012, he'll get an opportunity to live up to it.
Backup: Josh Dworaczyk
C: P.J. Lonergan
P.J. Lonergan has started 26 games as a Tiger, and he's been an anchor for LSU on the offensive line.
Lonergan is thought to be one of the top returning centers, and it shouldn't come as a surprise if he's a finalist for the Rimington Trophy.
Backup: Elliot Porter
OG: Josh Williford
Josh Williford is another guy that returns to the team with a substantial amount of experience. Entering his junior season, Williford has already played in 25 games for LSU.
Williford towers over his opponents as he stands 6'7" and weighs 332 pounds. He's one of the biggest players on the team and he's a returning starter.
Backup: Trai Turner
OT: Alex Hurst
Alex Hurst is the best offensive lineman on the team.
Even more so, he's one of the best offensive linemen in the SEC, and is expected to have another outstanding season for the Tigers in his senior campaign.
Backup: Vadal Alexander