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SPRING: Position battles among the DBs

BRANDON HARDIN

CORVALLIS – Spring practices at Oregon State get back underway later today and when they do, the defensive secondary will continue to face this question…

Feast or famine? After all, corner Brandon Hardin, (and the secondary in general), drew a lot of criticism from fans for giving up a lot of big plays in 2010. And the Beavers will miss the big play ability of graduating CB James Dockery and S Suaesi Tuimaunei. But the Beavers can do a good job this year through the experience of Hardin, a senior, and rising junior CB Jordan Poyer, sticking to...

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