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The good, the bad, the question: Tackle

COLIN KELLY

ONE OF THE biggest losses Mike Riley says the Beavers face this spring -- replacing left tackle Andy Levitre. Enter Mike Remmers, who as a redshirt freshman walk-on started seven games and more than held his own. Will he be the answer at LT? How does Timi Oshinowo fits into the mix, and why is Colin Kelly one to watch when spring drills get underway later this month?

GOOD Redshirt sophomore-to-be Mike Remmers, a walk-on who started seven games last season, is back, and will be moved to the left from the right side of the line.    Junior Timi Oshinowo has been in the system for three years, received some playing time last year and will start the spring at the top of the depth chart at right tackle.   Up and comer Colin Kelly's potential has Mike...

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