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Day 11: Wheaton a Cheetah-like blur

MARKUS WHEATON

CORVALLIS--With Mike Riley absent to attend a memorial for the late Al Reser, coordinators Mark Banker and Danny Langsdorf took the reins. Junior safety Cameron Collins had the hit of the day but it wasn't necessarily a good thing, sophomore split end Markus Wheaton did his best Cheetah impression, the o-line rose up and the defensive line struggled for a change, plus more.

Lots of drilling today and it began early. Individual workouts were scattered across the field to start the day, with defensive backs working on footwork, linebackers working on ball-stripping drills, and the offensive line working on their cut blocking technique with the big orange blocking dummies. In the quarterback/wide receiver drills, one thing was abundantly clear. Markus Wheaton is not...

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