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Commentary: Projecting 2012 Starting Offense

JOVAN STEVENSON

SPRING BALL WILL be here before you know it, and so it's time to start taking a look at who graduates, who returns, and start daydreaming about what the starting offensive lineup might look like in 2012.

The Beavers entered 2011 arguably fairly loaded at skill positions, but facing question marks in the trenches. Those question marks were massively amplified by injuries and unplanned absences. But things look brighter for the 2012 season, provided much of 2011's hard luck is a thing of the past. Injuries are a monkey that simply has to be shaken off Oregon State's collective back to find some...

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