The good, the bad, the question: TE

OREGON STATE HAS not had a red zone touchdown threat from the tight end spot since Joe Newton graduated. Could this be the season it returns in Corvallis? Meanwhile, as blockers, the group has far fewer questions. Plus, there exists a veteran mix to the tight end corps but also two up-and-comers who belong, respectively, to the freshman and sophomore classes.
March 16, 2009

Fall Camp Storylines: Watch out for the TEs

THE OREGON STATE offensive attack should get a major boost from last year with the return of Sammie Stroughter. But the key might just be found further inside. "We didn't throw the ball last year like we did in the past -- If it's going to come back, it's going to come back to the tight end, too," says Mike Riley.
July 31, 2008

Banker - 'We feel very good about the class'

Defensive coordinator Mark Banker addressed the media on Wed., Feb. 7 Here's the full transcript which includes his thoughts on the Pankey twins, insight into the recruitment of Will Darkins and Devid Ross and much more.
February 9, 2007

THREE VERBALS PART II: OSU hits trifecta

PART II -- OREGON STATE continues to finish strong as February's Letter of Intent Day approaches. Three more California standouts are headed to Corvallis -- a linebacker who racked up a ridiculous 189 tackles, a pass rushing specialist and defensive end, and a versatile athlete who could play either on defense or offense for the Black and Orange. And all three hail from the same high school.
January 22, 2007

THREE VERBAL COMMITS: Beavs hit trifecta

OREGON STATE continues to finish strong as February's Letter of Intent Day approaches. The Beavers have secured verbal commitments from three more California standouts -- a tackling machine of a linebacker, a defensive end and pass rushing specialist and a versatile athlete who could play either on defense or offense for the Black and Orange. And all three are from the same high school.
January 22, 2007