A team's offensive line can make or break an offense's effectiveness. The bigger the bodies, the better chance they have of closing off their quarterback from the defense. So it's no surprise that the best teams have some of the biggest offensive lines in the nation.
Four SEC schools make up the top five, led by Georgia's average of 320.58 pounds per offensive lineman. Washington State (13 in the CFP Top 25) and Missouri (24 in the CFP Top 25) are the only programs that have a poll ranking that matches up with its offensive lineman weight ranking.
Here is the Top 25, reranked by average weight in pounds of each offensive line. All individual weights were taken from each program’s official roster:
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