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Tyler Greenawalt | NCAA.com | September 9, 2015

Oregon State football graduate assistants go 1-on-1 in practice

Inter-team competitions are always fun. But when they involve coaches, they're even better.

Oregon State put its graduate assistants to the test Wednesday, pitting offensive coaches versus defensive coaches in 1-on-1 battles, forcing the loser to do push-ups.

For many of the coaches, it was a chance to relive the glory days of college football. For others, like offensive line graduate assistant Grant Schadeberg, it was a a chance to show off his impressive quickness off the snap and route running. Schadeberg put a nice double-move on defensive line graduate assistant Dorian Smith and topped it off with a well-timed stiff arm to break the tackle and score.

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