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DAY 11: Tight ends highlight offensive report

DUSTIN STANTON

CORVALLIS – No quarterback decisions were handed down Friday as were expected, and the redshirt waters are still a little murky. A key wideout had a big day, and there was intriguing movement on the O-line. The injured/resting count rose for the orange and black, although a big day on behalf of a few tight ends helped to put the bloom back on the OSU rose. But back to that starting QB thing…

Mike Riley tempted the media earlier this week with a possible end-of-the-week announcement of who would be the Beavs' starting QB against Eastern Washington. But in the end, Riley refused to dole out his decision just yet. "I was thinking about thinking about (naming a QB starter)," Riley clarified with a smile. He went on to say there would be no sense asking him again about it before Monday...

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