Found November 15, 2012 on
I was looking back on 1962 Heisman winner Terry Baker form Oregon State this morning when I stumbled upon a Sports Illustrated article published in 1961. Here is the opening paragraph: In an era of specialization, when few college undergraduates have time or energy to devote themselves to more than one campus activity, Terry Baker, a [...]
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With what is arguably Craig Robinson’s deepest batch of players in his tenure, the Oregon State Beavers look to rejoin the ranks of the top programs in the Pac-12.
The deck is definitely stacked against them, but people said the same thing about the football program.
And look how well those guys are doing.
With a deep and diverse roster, here are...
Who loves quarterback carousels? Oh that’s right, no one does, especially not Beavers’ fans. It seems like they have to deal with one every year. In 2008, it was Lyle Moevoa and Sean Canfield. In 2009, it was Sean Canfield and Lyle Moevoa. In 2010, Ryan Katz won the job and held it all year. In 2011, the Beavers went back to a carousel with Ryan Katz and Sean Mannion. Then this...
THERE’S A LESSON to be learned in Oregon State’s first loss of the season. Many will point to Alabama’s late three after Oregon State clawed back to tie the game from a double-digit, second half deficit. But the Beavs lost the game long before that.
CORVALLIS -- A "Nicholl" for your thoughts? Should Oregon State play Nicholls State? The makeup game is slated for Dec. 1 and it may well have bowl game implications for the Beavs. Whatever OSU decides, it could make the difference between an eight, nine or 10-win regular season. It could make the difference in which bowl game Oregon State plays in. Ultimately a win is a win, right?
OREGON STATE BEAT Purdue 66-58 on Friday but the cost may have been high. Center Angus Brandt went down with what looked to be a serious knee injury.
With head coach Jeff Tedford facing an uncertain future, California closes out the 2012 season at resurgent Oregon State, armed with a pair of elite wide receivers in Brandin Cooks and Markus Wheaton.