Feldman: Yeah, I was there for almost two years, which were his sophomore and junior years. He was very, very raw. With the exception of Patrick Willis, almost the whole team was so green and probably shouldn't have been starting in the SEC at that point of their careers. I mean physically they were a big team but they had so many guys who really didn't know what they were doing. You would see Oher on the sidelines during games and he certainly looked the part. I know the staff tried to spoon-feed him info and it helped a lot that they lined up Andrew Wicker, who was their best lineman that season, right next to him so he made sure Oher knew what his assignment was before each snap. I do think there was quite a bit of hype about Oher early on and that had to have been so hard to cope with for him.