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Hill Sees Peak Performance on Defensive Line

Hill Sees Peak Performance on Defensive Line

The interception defensive tackle Jordan Hill had against Colorado last night, was his first and by his own admission probably the only pick he will ever have. What isn't however an aberration is the way the senior and his line mates have been playing in 2006.

"We've got a lot more guys, more depth and we're fresher," said Jordan Hill. "Guys are coming in and making plays, no matter if they're a starter or third string. When guys get in there and have opportunities to make plays, they're making plays. The more guys we have in there, the better we can get and the further we can go. Having our depth helps us be more fresh and consistent." Does Hill...

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