The guards are the forgotten men of the line. But these are a few we won't forget. Cast your votes for your two All-Decade Offensive Guards.
Shannon Snell (2000-2003): 2003 First Team Sporting News All-American, started 36 games at left guard over the course of three seasons.
Mo Mitchell (2001-2004): As a senior, started 10 games at right guard after playing the previous year as a defensive tackle. Was named 2004 First Team Coaches All-SEC and got a few cheap shots in the Ron Zook Field game.
Drew Miller (2004-2007): Started every game at right guard in 2006 before becoming full-time center in 2007. Was Second Team All-SEC in 2006 as a guard and Honorable Mention as center in 2007.
Mike Pouncey (2007-2009): 2009 First Team AP and Coaches All-SEC. Started at right guard in every game of 2008. Played defensive tackle as a freshman.