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ESPN ESPN PAC-12 Blog: Ranking Pac-12's defensive triplets: No. 12 Oregon State

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    Ranking Pac-12's defensive triplets: No. 12 Oregon State

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    Interesting. Sucks that two of our best players on defense are in the same unit. They haven't really given us credit for Topou yet in any of these articles so I wonder who will make this.

    Probably Carrell, KO/Derek, Chido will be who they choose.
     
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    Chido, Tedric, and Gillam would be my guess.
     
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    It sounds like they'd rule out using both Chido and Tedric but I agree with that group.

    I don't trust ESPN to research enough into Gillam and Tupou but I think Tupou/Gillam/Chido should be our top 3 with their silly rules and I think that's a pretty darn good group in this setting in the pac12. But I think they'll put Carrell/KO/Chido lol.
     
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    Gillam was a freshman AA and then had great stats as a soph despite what those of us close to things saw with how much he struggled even when healthy. Media will see him as a huge impact guy returning from injury.
     
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    No for sure, I just haven't seen him referenced at all in the articles about our position groups lol. They haven't been mentioning Tupou or Gillam as potential impact players yet.
     

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