The 2009 BF.C Awards

THERE'S MOST VALUABLE, the most improved and breakout. The best surprise of 2009. The freshman of the year. The unsung hero, and the warrior award. WHO'S THE NEXT big thing on offense? What about defense? And who was named the breakout player of the year? All that and more inside BF.C's annual football awards.
December 30, 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

MISC NOTES: Bowl eligible

OREGON STATE HAS now won nine of the last 11 against Cal and five straight in Memorial Stadium. With the victory the Beavs now sit at 6-3 and are eligible for a bowl game for the fourth consecutive season - a school record. More special teams, series and miscellaneous notes inside.
November 7, 2009


CORVALLIS -- Beyond the X's and O's of Saturday's opener for the Beavs, brotherly love and the return of a high school championship quarterback highlight the Oregon State-Portland State matchup. For starters, Beaver receiver/return man Taylor Kavanaugh will be looking across the sidelines at his brother Connor, the Viking's back-up quarterback.
September 3, 2009

FALL CAMP DAY 15: Game prep means season near

CORVALLIS -- The double day practices for fall camp concluded Wednesday, and Oregon State took it rather easy in the evening session, going helmets only and mostly drilling on the schemes of Portland State while walking through their offense and defense with just over a week to go before the season begins.
August 27, 2009

PM SESSION: Extra Notebook, POTD controversy!

CORVALLIS -- Red zone skelly? On Wednesday night it should have been called Controversy Skelly and had it's own theme music. Indeed, a strong Play of the Day candidate, courtesy of Taylor Kavanaugh, occurred in the red zone drill. But the Beaver defenders on the sideline, acting as oh-so-objective referees, ruled it an incomplete pass. But was it...?
August 20, 2009

PM SESSION: Acrobatic grabs and PBU's

WITH JAMES RODGERS taking the rest of the night off, senior wideout Taylor Kavanaugh stepped in nicely at his spot for the remainder of the evening practice on Wednesday.
August 20, 2009