Bishop retires, 7 others departing program

OFFSEASON ATTRITION IS a way of life in college football. That doesn't make it any less abrupt. Eight Beavers have left the program, Oregon State announced today. They are: WR Jordan Bishop, WR Geno Munoz, CB Keynan Parker, LB Cade Cowdin, QB Jack Lomax, LB Zeke Sanders, LB Will Storey and WR Tyler Trosin.
June 28, 2012

Oregon State Notebook

OREGON STATE MIGHT not be done with mid-year junior transfers, the signing period does run through Jan. 15, after all. But is there an early transfer d-tackle out there?
December 26, 2011

Riley talks Civil War and more

MIKE RILEY cannot comment specifically on recruits but he did say Sunday night there were no immediate verbal commitments from this weekend. Still, he said he felt they were "closer" on the recruits post-visit and felt great about how everything had gone, and is going, with them recruiting-wise. Here's what else he had to say, with The Civil War on tap for Saturday.
November 21, 2011

NOTEBOOK: Andrews returns, Agnew shut-down?

OG JOSH ANDREWS APPEARS to be on the cusp of returning to action earlier than expected. Meanwhile, this could be a very big week for RB Malcolm Agnew as it relates to the rest of his season. If he plays, then it's full steam ahead. If not, if his injured hamstring isn't ready, Mike Riley is talking about shutting him down for the rest of the season.
October 13, 2011

BEAVER PLAYER QUOTES

THE BEAVS ARE having just as much trouble trying to sort through the loss to UCLA as the OSU fans are. QB Sean Mannion, CB/PR Jordan Poyer, WR Jordan Bishop, S Lance Mitchell and WR James Rodgers all weigh in following a tough defeat at the hands of UCLA...
September 24, 2011

COMMENTARY: In search of a scoring drive

SETTLE IN, AND GRAB plenty of extra strength pain relieving medication. You'll need it when considering the Beavers' 27-19 loss to UCLA at Reser Stadium.
September 24, 2011

Sunday Night with Riley

MIKE RILEY UPDATED starting offensive guard Josh Andrews' injury and how long he might be out, if the Beavs will continue to swap out the quarterbacks on a current drive or even on the same set of downs going forward, special teams errors, recruiting, the one thing that did go well on Saturday and how the three practice sessions this week are hugely important.
September 11, 2011