As of the 2011 football season they do have the heaviest offensive line in college football.
Jeff Wills of the University of Minnesota is registered at 6'7" 375 lbs. He is the largest starting offensive lineman in college football.
In the game of American football, an offensive lineman is a player who is primarily responsible for blocking.
The average weight of an offensive lineman in 1970 was about 208 pounds. The average offensive lineman weight today is 224.
Yes, but they will get penaltized
He was an offensive lineman.
For a fairly major Division I-A (FBS) team offensive tackles range in size from about 6'4" to 6'8" and about 290-350 lbs. An offensive guard (interior lineman) will range from about 6'0" to 6'5" and about 280-330 lbs. A center will be at about 6'1" to 6'4" and 280-315 lbs
The average size for a college lineman is around 304 lbs. In the late 1990s the average size was at 307 lbs.