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Oregon State football spring practice news: Gary Andersen begins new era in Corvallis

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Receivers coach Brent Brennan calls staying with Oregon State Beavers 'best-case scenario' [The Oregonian]: "While Andersen has playfully proclaimed he's "gotten the band back together" by filling OSU's new coaching staff with trusted compadres from past stops, Brennan is essentially the "new" member despite staying in familiar territory."

Will wide receivers keep making strides? Oregon State Beavers spring position snapshot [The Oregonian]: "This is the third installment of The Oregonian's position-by-position snapshot of what the new Oregon State coaching staff will evaluate during spring practice beginning March 3. "

Coach Kauha'aha'a talks defensive line [BeaverBlitz.com]: "Day 2 of Spring Camp finished on Thursday and BeaverBlitz.com was there. Here from new defensive line coach Chad Kauha'aha'a on the early progress of his unit and who is standing out as early leaders of the squad. "

Oregon State Spring Ball Day 2 [BeaverFootball.com]: "Oregon State began their second day of spring training looking to adjust to the brisk practice style of Gary Anderson."

Grimble talks progress [BeaverBlitz.com]: "Senior defensive tackle Jalen Grimble spoke to BeaverBlitz about coming back from a knee injury, a new staff and playing his final year of college football. "

OSU football: Seven quarterbacks getting a shot this spring [Albany Democrat Herald]: "Oregon State offensive coordinator Dave Baldwin let out a little chuckle when asked how he was going to sort through seven quarterbacks this spring."

Ricky Ortiz embraces switch to H-back: Oregon State Beavers rundown [The Oregonian]: "The spread offense OSU is implementing doesn't call for a fullback, so the 6-foot, 230-pound Ortiz is settling in at H-back. "