4. Sioux Falls
Sioux Falls, a 6-seed in the upcoming D2 Football Playoffs, ranks first in the division in sacks allowed per game at 0.4 — they've only allowed four sacks all season. Like Harding, they allow negative plays on just 7.51% of all snaps.
When asked how the offensive line has been so successful this season, All-League guard Antonio Green responded, "Communication is key to having success as a unit up front. All five of us have to rely on each other. Together we watch film all of the time and we form a bond off the field so that we have a connection other than football, that way when we are out on the field we feel that we have an even better connection."
The boys on the line have had great communication so far, and have also held the line to allow their quarterback Luke Papilion to throw for 28 touchdowns so far this season.