Can Beavs stop USC's running game?

OREGON STATE IS up against it this week as maybe the Beavers (4-5, 3-3 Pac-10) haven't been challenged all season. And that's saying a lot, considering Oregon State has played TCU and Boise State. But this time around, it is far more than the opponent -- even as difficult a problem as USC (7-3, 4-3) may pose.
November 18, 2010

BEAVS WIN INSTANT CLASSIC OVER No. 9 ARIZONA!

SUNLIGHT AND SHADOW. There was plenty of both in Oregon State's nailbiting thrill-ride of a victory over No. 9 Arizona on Saturday night.
October 9, 2010

Forget stat line, Beaver D was the difference

CORVALLIS -- On Saturday, the Beavers played Louisville and won, 35-28. In 2005, the Beavers played Louisville and lost 65-27. What was different in those two games five years apart? The leadership and big play ability of the Beaver defense. Yes, that's right, the defense. Here's why..
September 18, 2010

Brief moment in time just long enough for OSU

IT DIDN'T LAST very long – it was only about five and a half minutes. But that stretch to open the second half ultimately won OSU the game over Louisville. On special teams, offense and defense, OSU finally found "it" coming out of the locker room. Execution was suddenly crisp, and in all phases of the game. But it was all too brief, and what looked like a comfortable win turned into a nailbiter.
September 18, 2010

PHOTO ESSAY: Fall camp impact

CORVALLIS--Fall camp is but seven days old and BF.C has already published 100-plus photos. And we're just getting warmed up. Focus in on Beavs James Rodgers, Stephe Paea, Scott Crichton, Obum Gwacham, Ryan Katz, Brennan Olander, Geoff Garner, Feti Unga, Joe Halahuni, Keith Pankey, Mike Remmers, Suaesi Tuimaunei, Quizz, Aaron Nichols, Keynan Parker, John Reese, Keo Camat, Wilder McAndrews and more.
August 16, 2010

OSU FALL FOCUS: Secondary

THERE WILL be no returning all-conference members lining up in the OSU secondary, and yet the unit has the potential to be one of the best in the program's history. Indeed, the starting four should give Oregon State tremendous versatility in defending virtually any type of offense.
July 28, 2010

SPRING: What we've learned - Week 5

WILL THE OFFENSIVE LINE see some shuffling between now and the season opener? Assistant Mike Cavanaugh was hinting strongly at it during the final week of spring, and OT Wilder McAndrews was the reason why. A ball-hawking secondary was omnipresent, the spring game on offense offered mixed results and the re-emergence of Suaesi Tuimauei were all among the things we learned in Week 5..
May 3, 2010