CORVALLIS-There is no shortage of secondary talent at OSU this spring -- a dogfight for playing time is sure to ensue amongst the slew of Beaver pass defenders. Despite the talent bank, questions arise. Should veteran starters from 2012 expect competition for their jobs? Where is the new JC recruit going to land? Who will step in for Jordan Poyer? All that and more in this lengthy spring preview.
March 11, 2013

DAY 17: Beavs look to be rounding into form

CORVALLIS--A lot of big hits for the Beavs, some smooth offense and decent accuracy from the quarterbacks despite strong winds. It was also the first time Mike Riley intentionally made mention of the upcoming home opener against Nicholls State, set for September 1. Joe Seumalo lends us his insight into the bright future of the Oregon State defensive line squad and more in this Day 17 report.
August 24, 2012

BF.C Fall Camp Preview: CORNERBACK

CORVALLIS – There's been a whole lot of positive press this season on the cornerbacks. So just how good will Jordan Poyer, Rashaad Reynolds and crew be this year? What is it about the group that has engendered such optimism? And despite their many strengths, do the Beaver corners have a weakness, one that new assistant coach Rod Perry figures to start shoring up when fall camp kicks off on Monday?
August 3, 2012

COMMIT: Aggressive JC corner headed OSU's way

THE PLAN WAS to bring him in on an unofficial, go down and watch him at Foothill College this spring and then go from there. But Oregon State, says Mishawn Cummings, accelerated that plan, instead bringing him in for an official visit and then putting an offer on the table. And the 5-11, 190-pound corner didn't take long to make his decision. So just what kind of cornerback have the Beavs landed?
April 21, 2011