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SPRING DAY 5: LBs excel, Agnew sits out

MICHAEL DOCTOR

CORVALLIS -- The coaches' intensity on Tuesday was the highest its been all spring, and the hitting was definitely the most violent. Both defense and offense had their moments on a day dedicated mostly to running the football, mixed in with some passing. The biggest storyline was the absence of RB Malcolm Agnew, who sat out all of team drills with what Mike Riley called a "tight hamstring."

Malcolm Agnew did run and participate in latter drills with a trainer, but his health is once again a question mark. Agnew had hamstring problems virtually all last year, and from as far back as high school. Players wore full gear for practice on Day Five. Practice Snapshot: 2:45 Players stretch, QB's warm up arms 3:00 Special teams/individuals 3:20 Special teams, PAT/field goals (Trevor...

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