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FALL CAMP DAY 11: Offensive moves

DAMOLA ADENIJI

CORVALLIS -- With junior wideout James Rodgers missing his second straight day of practice, the Oregon State offense sputtered a bit at times on Friday. The secondary and linebacker corps kept the WR's and RB's in check for a majority of the morning. Still, Sean Canfield, Damola Adeniji, Jovan Stevenson and Jacquizz Rodgers made some music of their own.

Junior wideout Casey Kjos returned to the practice field after missing yesterday's practice. Freshman Markus Wheaton was held out with an apparent tweak of the groin, allowing freshman Geno Munoz and junior Aaron Nichols time to practice with the first team offense. Team Session No. 1: The first team session of the morning saw redshirt freshman Colin Kelly practicing with the second string...

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