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Rewind - Five players to watch: offense

Rewind - Five players to watch: offense

Yesterday we looked at five players on the defensive side of the ball that needed to have an impact in 2006 for Oregon State to have a successful year. Today we look at the offensive side of the ball.

For the original article click here. QB Matt Moore - Before the start of his senior campaign all of his teammates and coaches said that Moore was going to have a stellar senior year.  The reason?  For the first time in his collegiate career he was going to run the same offense back to back.  Moore said he didn't have an epiphany and everything became easier; he just continued to...

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