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SPRING THREE: Offense

RYAN KATZ

FROM BF.C to OSUBeavers.com to The Oregonian and beyond, there has been no shortage of pre-spring look-aheads. We're making it easy for you in case you didn't want to read through each and every article out there -- here are three things you should know about each unit for the Beavs on offense.

QUARTERBACKS Although sophomore Ryan Katz starts the spring sessions as the number one quarterback, according to Mike Riley and Danny Langsdorf, the starting quarterback spot is wide open competition between Katz and junior Peter Lalich. Each, also say the coaches, will receive equal reps until one separates from the other.   Langsdorf recently told...

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