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BF.C Fall Camp Preview: The O-line

MICHAEL PHILIPP

CORVALLIS - With three returning seniors and an acclaimed sophomore in the middle of the pack, Oregon State looks to be sitting pretty up front for 2013 with one of the Pac-12's most experienced blocking fronts. Questions remain however, and BF.C takes a long look at what to expect in the fall. Who sits, who starts? Have last year's crop of redshirts made enough progress? We cover that and more...

This will be the last Oregon State fall camp for Grant Enger, Michael Philipp and Josh Andrews. I thoroughly expect them to tear it up in the fall. Philipp has high expectations surrounding his senior season, and he should. He is quite agile despite being 329 pounds spread over his 6-4 frame -- he is the biggest man on the team. And he had fantastic form in securing his blocks last season...

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