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OSU Fall Camp Preview: Wide Receivers

VICTOR BOLDEN

OREGON STATE didn’t just lose Brandin Cooks at receiver, they also lost Kevin Cummings who started six games. The Beavs won’t replace Cooks in 2014. But the WR corps could still be poised, collectively, to make some big waves this season.

For that to happen, Richard Mullaney needs to stay healthy and take the next step. Mullaney has fantastic hands, but there were also a few uncharacteristic drops last year. Those might be because he wasn’t 100 percent – a nagging injury tends to throw off the rest of your game. Regardless, the Beavs need for Mullaney to be that steady presence in 2014, and the guy Sean...

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