2010 Oregon State Football: Shades of ‘67?

IF THERE IS one perfect allegory for the 2010 Oregon State football season, it is that of a roller coaster. The season has featured more twists and turns, highs and lows, and unexpected drops than anyone could possibly have imagined. The '10 Beavers have been a walking, talking, sweating, bleeding, pad cracking paradox. And that's not the half of it.
November 25, 2010

RILEY: DT Olander may be out for the year

IT'S NOT EXACTLY the kind of news you want to hear as the Beavers enter the stretch run of the 2010 regular season. DT Brennan Olander is out for this Staurday's game against WSU, and possibly for the rest of the season, Mike Riley said Tuesday. That and much more, from the Beavs' head man.
November 9, 2010

RILEY: Bruin D ‘always been a problem for us'

THE INDIVIDUAL MATCHUPS, said Mike Riley, will be huge in determining a winner in Oregon State's tilt with UCLA on Saturday. Oregon State's head man also talked injuries, Jordan Bishop on the curl route and much more.
November 2, 2010

Oregon State fighting the injury bug

THE BEAVS LOOK to be a little banged up heading into their tilt against Washington. And the list includes wide receiver/return man Markus Wheaton, who many hoped would be able to ably replace James Rodgers, (as well as anyone can replace Quon, anyway). Add to that the fact two-fifths of the Beaver o-line is hurting a bit.
October 14, 2010

OSU FALL FOCUS: Receivers/Tight Ends

WITH ALL A new QB running the show in Corvallis, at least one thing is for certain - Ryan Katz has plenty of weapons to throw to Saturdays this fall. From James Rodgers to Markus Wheaton to Joe Halahuni and beyond the WR and TE groups are full of talented, experienced playmakers. But who else should Beaver fans keep an eye out for, and what all needs to happen for OSU to achieve air supremacy?
July 22, 2010

Day 11: Wheaton a Cheetah-like blur

CORVALLIS--With Mike Riley absent to attend a memorial for the late Al Reser, coordinators Mark Banker and Danny Langsdorf took the reins. Junior safety Cameron Collins had the hit of the day but it wasn't necessarily a good thing, sophomore split end Markus Wheaton did his best Cheetah impression, the o-line rose up and the defensive line struggled for a change, plus more.
April 21, 2010

MORE PHOTOS: Up close with Oregon State

CORVALLIS -- What better way to get primed for the first official scrimmage of the OSU spring on Friday than to see more art of the Beavs in motion. Presented in living Technicolor and exclusively through the BF.C lens; Hardin, Lalich, Henry, Katz, Riley, Dilbeck, Stevenson, Kahut, Camp, Robinson, Quizz, McAndrews, Mitchell, Lomax, Tuimaunei, Catchings, Braun, Linnenkohl, Paea, Doctor plus more..
April 16, 2010

SPRING PREVIEW: Wide Receiver/Tight End

ONE OF THE deepest units on the Beavs headed into the spring session -- the receivers and tight ends. A solid blend of upper and lowerclassmen give Oregon State one of its most talented groups in recent history and should help ease the transition to a new signal caller at OSU. There is still intrigue, however, and some of it centers around who will grab the starting spilt end job..
March 19, 2010