MORE PHOTOS: Beav gridders make a scene

CORVALLIS -- Mike Riley's Beaver footballers were getting after it the other day under a sunny Willamette Valley sky and was there to catch the action. Camp, Canfield, Clark, Kavanaugh, Kjos, Krebs, McGarity, Nichols, Prince, Tuimaunei, Darkins, Barker, Jenkins and more, as seen through the BF.C lens.
April 10, 2009

SPRING: The good, the bad, the question: QB

IN A ROLE reversal from last spring, Sean Canfield takes the reins as the Beavs' starter headed into spring drills while Lyle Moevao spends time in the surgery bay. How will Canfield respond as the No. 1? Who will emerge during spring ball between Ryan Katz and Peter Lalich in the battle for No. 2? And just how many quarterbacks do the Beavs have on the roster anyway?
March 3, 2009

NOTES: "A step in the right direction"

JACQUIZZ RODGERS becomes the first true freshman running back at OSU since Steven Jackson to top 100 yards. The defense holds Hawaii to its lowest total in a decade. Sammie Stroughter, Sean Sehnmen make their mark on special teams. Much more inside's comprehensive post game notebook.
September 15, 2008

NOTES: "We didn't look very smooth"

THE END RESULT wasn't what the team nor Beaver Nation expected, but there are plenty of positives from Oregon State's 36-28 loss to Stanford.'s details the good (almost 500 yards of offense) and the not so good (giving up over 200 yards on the ground) in its comprehensive post game notebook.
August 29, 2008

Beaver D battles back, O's 2-min drill sings

CORVALLIS--A day off on Sunday for the Beavs looks to have been just the tonic. Several who sat out Saturday's session were padded up and back in action Monday -- Jeremy Francis, Slade Norris, Bryant Cornell, Aaron Nichols, Darrell Catchings and Casey Kjos all returned. So too was the defense seemingly energized from the brief respite. There's audio from Mike Riley and more, right after the jump.
August 18, 2008

OFFENSE: Fall camp status report

FALL CAMP ENTERS its 16th day and the Beavs will hold their 21st practice on Monday. It's a good time to step back and a detailed look at each position group, with a heavy emphasis on the nine sessions this past week, and to put it all into context as Oregon State approaches their season opener on Aug. 28 at Stanford.
August 18, 2008