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SPRING BALL DAY 14: Canfield stays sharp

JORDAN BISHOP: Play of the day

CORVALLIS -- The weather wasn't all that cooperative today but the Oregon State air attack was clicking with quarterback Sean Canfield leading the charge. Linebackers David Pa'aluhi and Keith Pankey and d-lineman Andrew Seumalo, however, gave the offensive line all they wanted and then some. The play of the day was turned in by wide receiver Jordan Bishop, plus more.

The Sean Canfield to Darrell Catchings connection on Wednesday continued in fine form, as it has virtually all spring. And freshman running back Jovan Stevenson continued to add his name to Oregon State's offensive equation with sophomore Ryan McCants (knee) watching from the sideline and Jacquizz Rodgers being held out of all spring contact. The Beavers' linebackers, however, continue to make...

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