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SPRING DAY 10: 'Sloppy', but DL & LB please

DYLAN WYNN

CORVALLIS -- Mike Riley missed his second consecutive practice to be with his father who is in the hospital. Riley is expected to be at Saturday's practice, however, with the improved health of his dad in the last couple of days. Defensive Coordinator Mark Banker ran practice for the second consecutive day and called it, "sloppy."

Mark Banker was most impressed with the play of his defensive line and linebacking corps who stuffed the run for the majority of Day 10. Players wore full pads and had a full contact period in the middle of practice. DT Castro Masaniai also looked impressive for the second straight practice, participating in individual and one-on-one drills. Practice Snapshot: 2:45 Players stretch, QB's warm...

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