Beaver Bytes

News and notes from the past week about Oregon State athletics.

  • A guy named Tony from the Beaver Believer mailing list had this to say about Simonton: "Hey Believers...Spoke to Cameron Foster, Ken's agent, and he tells me that it was an "early numbers thing" and that the Niners "say" they will bring him back (re-sign) prior to the start of fall camp. Hope springs eternal! Tony '87."

  • The first annual Beaver Bash has been set at Dr. Johns in Oregon City on August 22. More details can be found here.

  • came out with their projected bowl matchups this week. They had the Beavers in the Las Vegas Bowl against Colorado State. The full article can be read at

  • An article entitled "2002 Non-confernece Landmines" from warned that the Beavers should be wary of UNLV when they come to town in September. The full story can be read at

  • Oregon State's non-conference schedule was rated the easiest in the Pac-10 by PigSkinPost writer Derek Johnson. The full article can be read at

  • Former linebacker Jonathan Jackson helped the Berlin Thunder win World Cup 10 on Sunday. Look for Jonathan Jackson and James Allen to be playing together for the New Orleans Saints this NFL season.

  • There was a great story on former Beaver basketball great, AC Green in the Portland Tribune on Tuesday. The article can be found at the

  • Oregon State received a verbal commitment from Zach Hagemeister, a 6-3, 228 tight end from Lebanon, OR. More information can be found at and the Gazette Times.

  • This week there were rumors that Oregon State was going to release information about the renovation and expansion of Reser Stadium...we are still waiting...

  • There are less than 1,000 season tickets remaining! More information can be found at

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