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Young Oregon State quarterback continues to evolve
By STEVE LUHM
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Oct 12, 2011 01:03PM MDT
Oregon State Sean Mannion, a redshirt freshman, continued his evolution as a Pac 12 quarterback in last week’s 37-27 win over Arizona.
Now, he is BYU’s problem.
Whether it was getting the ball to secondary receivers, making plays to keep scoring drives alive or executing in the red zone, Mannion advanced his game at precisely the wrong time for the Cougars.
BYU faces suddenly-rejuvenated Oregon State on Saturday at Reser Stadium, and the Cougars’ chance of winning could depend on their ability t...
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