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OSU SPRING DAY 12: A disruptive Beaver D

LARRY SCOTT

CORVALLIS – It was the defense's day to shine on Day 12, as batted balls and interceptions from the defensive backs typified a good portion of Monday's practice. The linebackers made some noise too. Obum Gwacham – accepting the baton or simply having a good stretch? Isaac Seumalo makes progress as Week Four begins, and Mike Riley offers the inside scoop on who has improved during the spring.

Mike Riley on Monday took time to rattle off a few names Monday when asked where he has seen significant improvement since spring football began. "I know a couple defensive linemen like Akeem Gonzales and Lavonte (Barnett) are better players," Riley said. "And there are corners that are better players – Larry Scott is a better player and I think Sean Martin is a better player through what's gone...

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