I am not an expert in coaching, but I thought the point of the O-Line was to actually block the defensive players. On many plays, the linemen move in a general direction, sort of get in the way (sometimes) of a guy. Often our linemen never lay a hand on a guy. What happened to "block the guy in front of you" then let the RB find a hole? SDSU ran some very BASIC running plays and had some success, even though their RB looked like a midget and linemen were outsized. Our O-Line should have been able to destroy their tiny D-Line, but we couldn't run at all.