SPRING BALL: Day One with the Beavs

JEREMY FRANCIS

FOOTBALL IS BACK. Oregon State kicked off the first of 15 spring practice sessions Monday and BF.C was there to cover all the action. QB Lyle Moevao looked the part while Gregg Peat was fast off the line. Tavita Thompson was heard from all parts of the practice field, and Kevin Frahm looks bigger than advertised. And on Day One at d-tackle, a spot of concern coming in, well they looked sharp.

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