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Everything is Clear Now for Catanese

Everything is Clear Now for Catanese

Zach Catanese suffered a concussion against Stanford a few weeks back. Against Oregon State last week, he came early out of the contest and was on the bench for long periods of the game thereafter, claming he didn't feel right. Even though he's not sure if those events are connected or not, his outlook on the remainder of the season is far less murky.

"I feel good now and ready to play," said Catanese following Thursday's practice. "A couple of weeks ago against Stanford I had a concussion and I was recovering from it since then. On Saturday (against Oregon State), I just didn't feel right. I didn't feel like I was all there. I talked to the coaches about that, and we decided it was good for me to take a little of a rest. I did end up going in...

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