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SPRING BALL DAY 13: O-Line gets it going

SPRING BALL DAY 13: O-Line gets it going

CORVALLIS -- Players wore full pads on Day 13, the second to last practice before Saturday's spring game. The offensive line performed noticeably better, especially in pass protection.

The passing game was also sharp, with Wheaton and Cooks showing just how lethal of a tandem the two can be, scoring on deep receptions. For the second consecutive practice since his return from a family matter, Mike Riley was fired up and demanding of his young team. "Sometimes when the sun comes out guys get a little too relaxed so I try to keep everyone focused," said Riley. "It was a good...

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