Football banquet award winners

AT THE football team's annual March banquet held recently, Oregon State wide receiver Aaron Nichols collected two awards. Other recipients included James and Jacquizz Rodgers, Cameron Collins, Marcus Wheaton, Anthony Watkins, Connor Hamlett, Tyler Anderson, Scott Crichton and Shiloah Te'o.
March 15, 2011

BREAKING: Beavs add former BYU safety

KAHUKU, HI - Shiloah Te'o, a 5-foot-11, 212-pound safety/rover who played for BYU in 2008 and the first five games of 2009, is transferring to Oregon State next month, according to his father David.
May 28, 2010

Te'o to Pac-10

KAHUKU, HI - Shiloah Te'o, a 5-foot-11, 212-pound safety/rover who played for BYU in 2008 and the first five games of 2009, has transferred to Oregon State for 2010, according to his father David. Te'o was dismissed from BYU in the beginning of October for a violation of team rules.
May 28, 2010

Shiloah Te'o Dismissed From Team

Sophomore Shiloah Te'o has been released from BYU's football team following a violation of team rules. The 5-foot-10-inch, 206-pound safety from Laie, Hawaii had recorded five tackles this year and was slated to be a starter next year.
October 6, 2009

Te'o Taking on More Defensive Roles

BYU cat safety, or strong safety, Shiloah Te'o spent much of his time over the summer in Arizona working out with a trainer and former Cougar/current Arizona Cardinal safety Aaron Francisco. Te'o was not only able to increase his size but was also able to develop other physical qualities coaches feel can be used elsewhere.
August 19, 2009

Scouting Report: Shiloah Te'o

Strong safety Shiloah Te'o enters his second year as a BYU Cougar. Currently, Te'o is pushing for a spot on the first-team defense and is making progress from last season. Total Blue Sports caught up with the former Hawaiian sensation to get his progress in this scouting report.
March 24, 2009

Cougar Conversations: Shiloah Te'o

Total Blue Sports caught up with former Kahuku Red Raider star-turned-Cougar for an inside look at how he's been progressing and what have been his biggest adjustments as a freshman safety on Coach Mendenhall's defense.
August 21, 2008