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OSU PRACTICE: Well, look who's back...


CORVALLIS – The offensive line got a big lift on Wednesday with their anchor in the middle returning to the practicing ranks. Two QB's lit things up, and the starting receiving corps looked sharp as a tack, sans a few hiccups. The future looks a little brighter for a player who has been out of action since last fall and talk of a fullback's progress spurned on Mike Riley's feel-good demeanor.

Isaac Seumalo was back in the center of OSU's starting offensive line for Wednesday's practice, and it brought a big smile to Mike Riley's face in the media huddle. "We had a big move today," Riley said. "It's kind of (just) about confidence right now, (Seumalo) put his pads on, did some individual work and did the quarterback-center stuff – if he is able to play (against EWU) he'll play." That... Recommended Stories

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