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OSU Day 6: Session No. 2 sees lively skelly

OSU Day 6: Session No. 2 sees lively skelly

CORVALLIS -- The Beavers had a light practice during their second half of their first two-a-day of the fall camp. They moved the team from the Prothro practice fields across the street to Reser Stadium, where the team didn’t do any live tackling. But the skelly drills were anything but unadventurous.

In fact, when the Beavers lined up for full team drills, the players went so far as to remove their helmets and shoulder pads, making for a fairly bizarre sight inside Reser, to my eyes at least. I’ve come to Oregon State’s home games for over a decade at this point, and to see people play football without wearing the otherwise prerequisite jerseys and helmets just felt strange. Since there was...

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