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PRACTICE: WRs sharp, Woods & Andrews back

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CORVALLIS- Tuesday ‘s practice heated up about halfway through as the first team defense made some nice stops and the offense looked stout despite missing two key starters. A running back returned to the starting offense from injury and the receiving corps was firing on all cylinders. Also, some fresh faces made an appearance on the starting D-line with the Beavs in a bye week.

Injury Update Starting tailback Storm Woods was back to seeing consistent reps with the 1's Tuesday, sharing the workload with Terron Ward. Woods was a factor in all the regular areas you'd expect of an Oregon State running back and didn't look limited. He actually looked pretty juiced to be back on the practice field with his teammates. Sophomore O-lineman Gavin Andrews was also back to seeing...

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