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FALL CAMP DAY 5: A quartet for Poyer

JORDAN POYER

CORVALLIS--Joe Halahuni continued as a favorite fall camp target, and Sean Canfield found him on multiple occasions Friday. Keith Pankey made his presence known, as did frosh safety Jordan Poyer -- and Poyer may not be counting but Mike Riley is keeping score. Meanwhile, Quizz was just being Quizz, with his customary blend of shake, rattle and roll.

Skelly - 3rd Down There was better coverage by the defense than in the other 7-on-7 drills, with the men in black breaking up a few passes that would have surely been completions. The offense seemed to roll with the punches, however, and came away with a few big plays of their own, as Sean Canfield continued to have a better than average afternoon. The senior quarterback connected with Darrell...

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