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OSU Spring Ball Day 4: A case of the drops

CORVALLIS – The second day in shoulder pads this spring saw the Oregon State offensive line open up some holes against their defensive counterparts. But it was anything but smooth sailing in some other areas on offense.

There were lots of dropped balls today, significantly more than I've seen in the previous three practices. The O-line looked good today in the run game, opening up holes and securing the corners for runners -- all much to the dismay of d-line coach Joe Seumalo. LT Bobby Keenan showed good footwork and was able to consistently block the end, even when defenders got upfield quickly. Keenan...

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