Beaver WR hangs 'em up

OREGON STATE head man Mike Riley announced Wednesday that wide receiver Casey Kjos has elected to quit football due to recurring injuries. The senior slotback receiver has battled back and other injuries his entire collegiate career. While a loss, the blow is lessened as the Beavers seven receivers headed into spring ball who lettered this past season.
March 10, 2010

The Unusual Suspects: Week 12

SEAN CANFIELD in his final regular season game as a Beaver went out with a bang, completing 24 of 36 passes for 306 yards and two scores. And strangely enough, it was the only Civil War he has played in. Canfield wasn't the only one who performed well. There are any number of performances that inevitably get diminished in the fog of a loss, and these are some of them.
December 4, 2009

Seven players named to all-academic teams

SEVEN OREGON STATE football players were named to a Pac-10 All-Academic team the Pacific-10 announced Wednesday.
December 2, 2009

The Unusual Suspects: Week 9

MANY ARE TALKING about QB Sean Canfield as the Pac-10's best passer, as well they should after the Beavs' win over then No. 23 Cal. But in looking at the win on the road, in what seems to be OSU's second home, Strawberry Canyon, save some of that praise for the o-line. Don't forget about Johnny Hekker, Brady Camp or Casey Kjos either. Here are this week's unsung performers.
November 9, 2009

PHOTOS: Halahuni breaks out

TE JOE HALAHUNI snagged a game high nine passes for 127 yards while QB Sean Canfield sizzled completing 30 of 43 attempts for 329 yards and three touchdowns during Oregon State's 42-36 loss to No. 4 USC Saturday evening. Here is the game through the lens of Getty Images and the Associated Press.
October 25, 2009


JUST LIKE ANY other season, injuries have taken a toll on the Oregon State football team but all in all, the Beavs are in pretty good shape after five games. Here's the latest on the Orange and Black that are injured plus analysis and impact.
October 12, 2009


THE BEAVERS HAVE been here before. In fact in the last five years the Men in Black have started the year 2-2. But Mike Riley is quick to remind the fans and players that just because the last three teams battled back doesn't mean this year's squad will too.
September 28, 2009