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Oregon State player suspended for half vs. Utah

Published September 11, 2013 7:31 am
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Already missing some offensive linemen and inebackers, the Oregon State Beavers now will be down a cornerback against the Utes, at least for a half. The league has suspended senior Jovan Stevenson for the first half against the Utes for a late hit he made on a defenseless opponent during the Beavers' win over Hawaii. The disciplinary action was a result of a review by the Pac-12 office of all unsportsmanlike conduct and player safety fouls. The senior corner was credited with one tackle against Eastern Washington in the season-opening loss. - Lya Wodraska




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