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BF.C NOTEBOOK: Bray talks LBs headed into ASU

JABRAL JOHNSON

CORVALLIS – BF.C stepped aside with Oregon State linebackers coach Trent Bray this week and touched on some of the finer points of MIK Rommel Mageo's role in the defensive scheme, the complexities of defending a mobile QB's, the importance of one linebacker's return to playing shape with little time left prior to the first snap in Phoenix and more...

Trent Bray has mentioned to BF.C multiple times this season that for a linebacker – particularly younger guys such as freshman middle linebacker Rommel Mageo and freshman backup WIL Caleb Saulo – it is much easier to play mistake free football when one is constantly engaged and always moving. That way, there is less time to stop and think and all that time spent on the field is spent producing...

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