Published Date Written by Jim Lewis
Here's a sign that your offensive line is playing well: On fourth-and-inches, it opens a hole in the opposing defensive line so big that your running back dashes 58 yards for a touchdown.
Why settle for inches when you can gain yards?
That's what Lower Dauphin's offensive line did against Susquehanna Twp., the first Keystone Division rival it met so far this season in Mid-Penn Conference football. On fourth-and-inches, the opening that Falcon running back George Hatalowich saw was so big that he ran through it and beyond – 58 yards beyond, for the first touchdown of the game about midway through the first quarter.