OSU SPRING DAY 5: Lots to talk about

CORVALLIS – It may only be Day Five of spring ball for the Beavs but things are heating up. The hunt for talented depth continues in the linebacker, cornerback and wide receiver corps and Mike Cavanaugh shows no mercy when it comes to his pool of offensive linemen. Obum Gwacham has a strong day, Brandin Cooks takes a player under his wing and much more…
April 8, 2013

OSU SPRING DAY 2: Strong start for Gwacham

CORVALLIS–Day Two of spring ball for OSU focused on helping players find a niche in the offensive/defensive schemes. There was some shifting of personnel on both sides of the ball and some position battles are heating up. Some looks at the offensive line, an update on the progress of Obum Gwacham, standout members of the secondary and more. All in all, Tuesday was just a great day for football.
April 2, 2013

OSU Spring Preview: Quarterback

CORVALLIS -- You've got questions - we've got questions. Heck, there appears the real possibility Mike Riley has questions as to who the starting QB will be in 2013, too. So how do things shape up headed into the spring?
March 15, 2013

A closer look at QB, RB youth for 2013

MIKE RILEY ENJOYS quarterback controversies about as much as he longs for a double root canal. But he sure has one on his hands given how the second half of the 2012 season unfolded and the way the bowl game went. But what about the guys beyond Sean Mannion and Cody Vaz?
January 3, 2013

Riley talks Beaver youth, up-and-comers

CORVALLIS – Thursday's practice session for the Beavs was dedicated to giving the 2's and the scout team some structured playing time, and a few groups stood out in particular. Indeed, Mike Riley had a big smile on his face, and was busy naming names…
December 20, 2012

No. 16 Beavs steamroll to 62-14 win

OREGON STATE WRAPPED it up early against Cal and embattled coach Jeff Tedford, taking a 35-7 lead into halftime and continuing to pile it on in the second half.
November 17, 2012

OH NO! QB SEAN MANNION OUT INDEFINITELY!!

This season has been nothing but good news for the Beavs, jumping out to a 4-0 start and soaring up the polls from nowhere to the No. 10 ranking in the nation. But a little rain must fall and it did so on Monday... Sean Mannion is out. Cody Vaz is in. Mannion, the Beavs' starting quarterback, will have knee surgery and is out indefinitely, said Mike Riley and Oregon State this afternoon.
October 8, 2012