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DAY 17: Beavs look to be rounding into form

SHAYDON AKUNA: Looks to have found 2012 role

CORVALLIS--A lot of big hits for the Beavs, some smooth offense and decent accuracy from the quarterbacks despite strong winds. It was also the first time Mike Riley intentionally made mention of the upcoming home opener against Nicholls State, set for September 1. Joe Seumalo lends us his insight into the bright future of the Oregon State defensive line squad and more in this Day 17 report.

"Practice was good, we went through a lot of football," Mike Riley said. "We went through about every situation you could do in an hour and ten minutes. We will push through this week and we are doing a little Nicholls State stuff, then we will go from there." Today was the first official day that Riley and crew worked on game sequences in preparation for week one of the college football regular...

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