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PRACTICE: Beav stop corps leads the charge

CORVALLIS – Mike Riley enjoyed what he saw from the orange and black Tuesday and two key starters returned full-go on offense, but a few defenders remained questionable as the ASU tilt draws ever closer. A young linebacker made some noise but showed that he is also still a bit green, and a second team d-tackle took charge… literally.

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley was enthusiastic about Tuesday's practice session, which from this chair was a mixed bag on offense but also highlighted by some impressive plays on both sides of the ball. "We're getting some good energy, the scout teams were particularly good I thought," Riley said. Energetic scout team members should be seen as a huge plus as Oregon State prepares to travel... Recommended Stories

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