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PRACTICE: Beavs crisp, questions remain

CORVALLIS - Still no decision from Mike Riley on who will get the go ahead as starting QB for the Alamo Bowl. Questions also still loom regarding the health of WR Brandin Cooks, who has been on and off the sideline the last few days with ankle trouble. The Beavs, however, looked crisp as they ran through various drills and plays on Tuesday.

"He looks good," Mike Riley said when asked about Brandin Cooks after practice. "I thought he had a good entry back into it." Riley indicated that while Cooks appears healthier, the ultimate decision to let him start working at full speed at practice is up to the trainers and staff doctors. Off the field, the fate of the three suspended defenders (Rudolf Fifita, Dyllon Mafi and Mana Rosa) is... Recommended Stories

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