No part of a football team is designed to work in such synchronicity as the offensive line.To build on that chemistry, Indian Rocks Christian's linemen have found common bond through fishing — mostly for sharks.Twice a month, the Golden Eagles' big guys head to Indian Rocks Beach to reel in deep-water predators. Their biggest catch: an eight-foot tiger shark. "It took pretty much all of us to bring that shark in," 6-foot-4, 235-pound tight end Sam Veltman said.Cohesiveness was needed for a group that was more of a patchwork last season. Beset by injuries, especially up front, Indian Rocks Christian struggled to go 2-6 and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2011.Now, the linemen are more experienced — and injury free. Those factors are a big reason the unit is one of the team's biggest strengths this season. Jay Dempsey (6-foot-2, 270 pounds) and James Thorpe (6-4, 245) are the anchors. They have helped pave the way for running backs for Bernard Mitchell and Darius Collins to rush for a combined 397 yards and seven touchdowns in the first two games.There could be some added beef with the return of Gage King, a 6-5, 330-pound junior who is nearly recovered from a shoulder injury that sidelined him most of last season.The line is coached by Jerry Wunsch, a former Tampa Bay Buccaneer. His two sons, Cade (6-2, 180) and Collin (6-2,185), are playing football for the first time but are not starting yet."We still have a lot of work to do, but this line keeps getting better," Wunsch said. "It's going to be one of the better ones we've had here."