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Trench warfare

Corey Crawford

Dabo Swinney likes the makeup of both his offensive and defensive lines, probably more so than he has before the start of any season.

The return of seven starting linemen, along with the addition of a few new faces on Wednesday, Swinney sees plenty to be excited about when evaluating next season's fronts. "I think we'll, probably, be as good in the trenches as we've been in a long time," Swinney said. "It's probably going to be the first time -- up front -- that we have the correct combination of talent, depth and experience...

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