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SPRING DAY 8: Beav QBs get their groove on

CODY VAZ

CORVALLIS -- The offense looked sharp for the majority of practice on Wednesday afternoon and the Beav quarterbacks on target (sans a few overthrows here and there). But it was a surprise competitor that stood out above the rest today. The defensive line dominated the o-line again, and junior cornerback James Dockery laid the hammer down. That and much more right this way..

Both sides of the ball looked to sharpen things up before Friday's scrimmage, and they pretty much did just that, with the Beavers running through everything from redzone offense, first and goal inside the five-yard line, regular 11-on-11, three quarters speed scrimmage and regular old skelly. While the competition at OSU for the first string quarterback spot officially remains ongoing between...

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