Now that he’s been named the starting left tackle there’s a lot he’s got to get accomplished between now and the season opener Sept. 9th.
Chief among them as Chan Gailey sees it is getting in sync with starting left guard Andy Levitre.
“It’s very big for he and Andy to line up next to each other and for them to continue to create communication there,” said Gailey.
Glenn believes they’ve communicated well for the most part especially when it comes to handling twists and stunts.
“I’m just taking it day by day, trying to find something to get better at every day in practice to working together, whether it be bumping off twists, whatever it is just trying to get a rhythm and just get some type of communication and just get used to being around each other,” Glenn said.
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