Top Wide Receivers of the Decade #4

Johnson, Hass, Houshmandzadeh, Thomas. These are some of the names fans think of when Oregon State receivers are mentioned. Unfortunately, none of these players have been Beavers in more than a decade. Hass was the most recent, but even he left OSU after the 2005 season. Thankfully, Oregon State has a talent for finding receivers that can make an impact, paying no regard to intangibles like size or speed.
September 12, 2016


IT'S THE PENULTIMATE installment on the BF.C All-Decade team, an exclusive feature comprising 27 articles in 29 days. This player returned a school record three punts for touchdowns during his Beaver career...
January 28, 2010


HEAD COACH MIKE Riley said this receiver is "the total package." His story concludes the players on the BF.C offense of the decade. But we're not done yet -- defense and special teams are next -- it's all part of 27 articles in 29 days as BF.C unveils our best of the best from this past decade.
January 12, 2010

Buccaneers Looking For Answers

The Buccaneers need to find a solution to their struggles. Although the quarterback position is a mess, there are some bright spots elsewhere.
October 27, 2009

DRAFT: 7 Beavers selected in NFL Draft

PROGRAM HISTORY WAS made today, when seven Oregon State footballers were selected in the NFL Draft. The black and orange septet broke the previous mark of six OSU draftees in 1967 and 1947 -- back when the Draft lasted 17 and 30 rounds, respectively.
April 26, 2009

Beavs making mark at NFL Combine

IT ISN'T ONLY the fans who love facts and figures, the NFL loves them too. In fact, head coaches and scouts from "The League" pour over every single measurable from the NFL Combine, sometimes as if their livelihood depended on it. After offensive lineman Andy Levitre and receiver Sammie Stroughter's performances this weekend, DE Victor Butler turned in some good times, but at what position?
February 24, 2009

Afalava, Stroughter headed to East-West

TWO MORE BEAVERS are headed to senior postseason all-star showcases, boosting the total of Oregon State football players who will play in all-star games to a half dozen. Al Afalava and Sammie Stroughter were the latest to accept invitations, the safety and wide receiver will play in the 84th annual East-West Shrine Game on Sat., Jan. 17 in Houston at 1 p.m. PST. It will be televised by ESPN2.
January 8, 2009