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DAY 13, SESSION 2: High marks for OSU blocks

TYLER PERRY

CORVALLIS – Some great blocking and a little trickery characterized the evening for the OSU offense, while speed was both the strength and bane of the Beaver defense during the second practice on Day 13. Here are some quick notes and observations on the second half or OSU's fifth fall camp two-a-day.

Notable Note Monday night's practice session focused on more Eastern Washington prep, with the first and second string offense and defense going against their scout team opposition. There were a few surprises, but the evening generally went as one would expect when starters face off against younger, less experienced players – many of whom haven't seen a lick of Pac-12 playing time. Practice Notes...

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