Posted January 29, 2013 on
THE 2013 RECRUITING YEAR for Oregon State began with silence – the Beavs didn’t gain their first commit until June, causing more than a little consternation for Beaver fans. But with just a little over a week before Signing Day, the recruiting year looks to end with OSU signing one of their highest rated classes -- ever.
BEST OF MAXIM
Time to keep things rolling
For a coach whose job was supposedly on the hot seat entering the season, Mike Riley has proved all his critics wrong. Rebounding his team from a horrid 2011, Riley’s Beavers finished 2012 9-4 and ranked No. 13 in the BCS.
Looking to continue his success—and further cement his role as the best coach in Oregon State history—there’s plenty of ways...
Plugging the holes
Despite an outstanding 2012 season–in which the Beavers went 9-4 and finished No. 13 in the BCS—OSU has plenty of holes to fill in 2013.
Mike Riley has lots of depth to play with next season, but he’s losing two huge players in seniors Markus Wheaton and Jordan Poyer.
If the Beavs hope to build on their 2012 success, they’ll need to plug up these problem...
Mike Montgomery breaks down the Oregon State Beavers as his Golden Bears come home for a two-game stint in Berkeley.