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UCLA football offensive line: Caleb Benenoch, Conor McDermott, Alex Redmond bring back a lot of experience

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2015 UCLA Bruins Football Preview: Offensive Line [gbruin, Bruins Nation]: "There is a true left tackle who is finally healthy to start the year, a center who is starting for his fourth season and is among the best in college, and quality depth in the unit as a whole with a nation's best 131 returning starts."

VIDEO: Caleb Benenoch talks about state of UCLA offensive line [Jack Wang, Inside UCLA]: "Junior Caleb Benenoch offered some interesting thoughts yesterday on the UCLA offensive line, including how he and his teammates might actually benefit from having a less mobile quarterback to protect."

The 15 most valuable Bruins of 2015: No. 6 [Joey Kaufman, Orange County Register]: "UCLA’s much-maligned offensive line gradually improved over the course of last season, due in large part to the emergence of McDermott."

UCLA takes experienced offensive line into Jim Mora’s fourth season [Jack Wang, Los Angeles Daily News]: "In 2012, head coach Jim Mora’s first season, UCLA allowed 52 sacks. The next year, that number dipped to 36 — still second worst in the conference but significant progress considering the use of three true freshman starters."

UCLA football Thursday practice report [Bruin Sports Report]: "McDermott, Kenny Lacy, Jake Brendel, Alex Redmond, and Caleb Benenoch together didn't lose a rep that we saw."

UCLA offensive tackle Simon Goines out with medical condition [Jack Wang, Inside UCLA]: "UCLA offensive tackle Simon Goines will not participate in training camp due to an undisclosed medical condition, head coach Jim Mora said on Monday."