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PRACTICE: Lewis & Clark explore the islands

PRACTICE: Lewis & Clark explore the islands

THEY HAVE TO walk before they can run. So says one axiom of college football coaching. The OSU d-tackles did not enjoy consistent success early on. But after Hawaii's first drive, it was as if someone flipped a switch and they've been making an impact ever since. Wednesday, coach Joe Seumalo had some new moves for them to work on. Meanwhile, corners Keenan Lewis and Tim Clark had solid outings.

Seumalo had some advanced teaching lessons for his steakeaters, and had them go against the o-line scout team without their helmets. There was no contact, of course, they were just some lessons and techniques he wanted to impart. The defensive tackles have elevated their game since the season began -- the improvement by Stephen Paea and Pernnell Booth has been marked over the last three games...

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