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OSU Spring Ball Day 9: The Big Report

OSU Spring Ball Day 9: The Big Report

CORVALLIS -- The offensive line had a new face today with tight end Dustin Stanton changing to No. 74 and moving inside from tight end to left tackle. And he didn't waste any time in getting physical – indeed, there were high emotions at practice with scuffles breaking out twice. We have tons of notes from Day 9 of spring ball with the Beavs…

The first dust-up was between Jalen Grimble and Dustin Stanton. The second was tougher to see and involved a mess of linemen. In both situations teammates were able to quickly calm down players involved. Stanton (6-4, 255) not surprisingly struggled with the move to left tackle, (it's unknown if it's a permanent move or one of necessity with so few bodies on the o-line and some so-so results...

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