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PRACTICE 1: Andrews & Ike lead way for OL

JOSH ANDREWS

CORVALLIS--The opening session of the Beavs' first two-a-day is in the books, a session that saw the offensive line make progress. Some of the more apparent position battles continued when the wideouts and defensive backs went head to head and there's mostly good news on the injury front, including a piece of news on a WR. Here's a deeper look at some of the happenings on the OSU gridiron..

Injury Report Day 6 (Part 1): Wide Receiver: Redshirt freshman Richard Mullaney returned to practice today and did not seem to be favoring a hand injured in yesterday's practice. Receivers coach Brent Brennan noted yesterday that the injury could have been serious, surmising that Mullaney may have even broken his hand after making contact with a fellow teammate's helmet during drills. But...

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