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Five pressing questions and answers on OSU-UW

JORDAN POYER

CORVALLIS -- Has Sean Mannion really and substantially improved from last year? Can the OSU rushing attack avoid (another) face plant against Wisconsin? Can the defensive line hold up against a vaunted Badgers' running game and their Heisman Trophy candidate? Will the Oregon State secondary go big or bust vs. Wisconsin? Our man on the ground in Corvallis delves into those matters and much more...

The Wisconsin Badgers (No.13 in AP & USA Today polls) will set foot in Corvallis for the first time ever this Saturday. All the professional courtesies aside, Oregon State has a chip on its shoulder – at least they should. Last season's 35-0 drubbing at the hands of the Badgers is one many Beavs would like to erase from their memories. Without a traditional home opener under their belt...

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