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FALL CAMP DAY 1: Offensive synch

MOHAWKS THE RAGE in big boy land

CORVALLIS–There wasn't an overabundance of hootin' and hollerin' from the men in black (and white), however, the o-line mohawks were certainly a sight to be seen. Full pads won't come on until the fifth practice but Sean Canfield looked sharp, heralded frosh Michael Philipp ran mostly with the twos, DE's Ben Terry and Kevin Frahm looked quick off the snap, plus a whole lot more from Day One.

Offense: Sean Canfield ran with the first team as to be expected and yes it was helmets and shorts, but he looked great. Crisp passes, on target, with a tight spiral -- it was all there for him. Canfield hit Darrell Catchings in stride on a few deep balls to the delight of the 100 or so fans in attendance. Canfield looked slimmer and in great shape. He was coaching up Cody Vaz and Jack...

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