AN OPTIMIST WOULD, headed into the 2009 OSU fall camp, say of the Beaver offensive guards; Gregg Peat is one of the top guards in the Pac-10, Ryan Pohl is set to break out and talent and potential waits in the wings if injury strikes. But a pessimist would have concerns at the ready as well...BF.C talks offensive guard in the third of our series of comprehensive positional overviews.
July 24, 2009

The good, the bad, the question: Guard

THERE REALLY WASN'T expected to be a whole lot of intrigue headed into the spring at the guard position. But while Gregg Peat has one of the spots locked down, there are three for whom spring drills will be very important based on what head man Mike Riley says. And the starter penciled in at left guard headed into spring drills? Well, that's somewhat of a surprise, too.
March 10, 2009

Beaver preparations at full pitch

CORVALLIS -- Game preparations in Corvallis, and in Palo Alto, are at full pitch in advance of Thursday night's nationally televised season opener. For the Beaver Nation, this is the hard part -- the return of Beaver Football is finally close enough to reach out and touch after nearly eight months, but still there's a little more waiting to be done.
August 23, 2008

OSU FALL CAMP DAY 5: Full contact, injury bug

CORVALLIS--Finally! It was full pads on Tuesday, the first time the sweet sounds of pads and helmets cracking together echoed across the Willamette Valley. OSU has seen few injuries so far but on Tuesday one of the running backs got dinged up -- fortunately according to Mike Riley, the preliminary outlook was positive. Meanwhile, Keith Pankey had a nice day, there's audio from Riley and much more.
August 5, 2008