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Pre-Spring Report: Defensive Line

Pre-Spring Report:  Defensive Line

BF.com previews the Oregon State defensive line heading into spring ball.

DEFENSIVE LINE 2004: The defensive line got better as the year went on. The tackles started to move the offensive lineman around leaving the ends to more one-on-one situations. Jeff Van Orsow showed signs of being a force to reckon with while Curtis Coker displayed glimpses of the run stopper that the team needs. Of course, the Beavers will miss the services of Bill Swancutt who had...

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