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Jon Halapio is a rock at right guard.
Will Muschamp always preaches that the SEC is a line of scrimmage league, so you can bet Louisville's defense is going to learn a tough lesson about what it's like to face NFL-caliber offensive linemen.
Florida's front five used to be an easy target for criticism in 2011 and even the beginning of 2012, but the unit has rounded into form and is actually one of the strengths of this team.
The Gators' starting five feature plenty of experience as four of the five starters have at least two years of starting experience.
Left tackle Xavier Nixon is the largest of the group, checking in at 6'6" and 314 pounds. The rest of the offensive line features 6'4", 323-pound left guard James Wilson, 6'4", 299-pound Jonotthan Harrison at center, 6'3", 321-pound Jon Halapio at right guard and 6'5", 310-pound Chaz Green at right tackle.
Louisville's front four is no slouch, but the unit severely lacks in size compared to the Gators' offensive line.
Neither of the Louisville Cardinals' starting defensive tackles weighs more than 290 pounds, and defensive ends Marcus Smith and Lorenzo Mauldin check in at just 6'3" and 256 pounds and 6'4" and 240 pounds, respectively.
Florida should dominate the Cardinals defensive line with its superior strength and technique.