YOU DIDN'T REALLY expect we were going to let you concentrate on work the day before Thanksgiving and with three days left until the Civil War, did you? IT'S THE CIVIL WAR and having 10-15 minutes of audio for the week -- well that just won't do. In Part II, Beavers Lyle Moevao, Gregg Peat and Adam Speer step up the Beaverfootball.com mic and talk all things Civil War, Oregon State and Oregon.
November 26, 2008
QUARTERBACKS SEAN CANFIELD and Lyle Moevao will both be making the trip to Pasadena -- but who is going to start?. Punters Johnny Hekker and Ryan Allen will also be making the trip -- but who's going to punt first, or last? Plus, the Beavers could be bowl eligible and ranked with a win and several Beavers are on record paces this season.
November 7, 2008
CORVALLIS--The Beavers, you may have heard once or twice these past two weeks, control their own fate in the race for the Pac-10 crown. Heading into a critical tilt against ASU on Saturday, and coming off the bye week, an exclusive look through the BF.C lens, in living Technicolor, at Moevao, Quizz, Quan, Remmers, Thompson, Linnenkohl, Stroughter, Laybourn, Reese, Pankey and Roberson and more.
October 31, 2008
DEFENSIVE END VICTOR BUTLER says the d-line, which has been a key component to Oregon State's resurgence this season after a slow start, has another gear in them. Meanwhile, the Rodgers brothers have accounted for 51.6 percent of the team's offense so far this season. QB Lyle Moevao likes where the team is at, the Beavers have done a bang up job of turning turnovers into points plus more.
October 29, 2008
OREGON STATE HAS shown considerable improvement up front on the offensive line the last three games and one of the big reasons why is left guard Adam Speer. The Beaver hoss talks about Washington State, being a 30-point favorite, the inherent dangers in feeling too overconfident, coach Mike Cavanaugh and more.
October 7, 2008
CORVALLIS -- Oregon State shook up the college football landscape on Thursday, slugging their way to a thrilling 27-21 victory over many a pundit's pick as the 2008 national champion this season -- No. 1 USC. Among those featured in the photo essay, Jacquizz Rodgers, Greg Laybourn, Andy Levitre, Lyle Moevao, James Rodgers and more.
September 26, 2008