Posted September 04, 2012 on
After the last year's frustrating campaign, Oregon State was ready to start fresh with a home game against a FCS opponent. Instead the Beavers have to settle for another bye week and hosting No.13 Wisconsin on Saturday.
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Coach Mike Riley jokes that Oregon State has been in the longest training camp ever.
The Beavers, who started camp back on Aug. 6, didn't play their opener on Saturday against Nicholls State because Hurricane Isaac swept through the Colonels' Thibodaux, La., campus.
Officials from Oregon State and Nicholls State jointly decided last Wednesday night that it was in the best...
In our continuing series of "spying" on our opposition we give you the latest Opposition Q&A with our friends from Building the Dam - the Oregon State blog on SB Nation. Enjoy and as always.... ON WISCONSIN!
MTB: Bielema stated today that they weren't exchanging any film from Saturday with Oregon State, Fair or unfair?
In preparation for Wisconsin's week two matchup against Pac 12 opponent Oregon State, Badger Nation gets the insider scoop on this week's opponent from BeaverFootball.com Publisher Barry Bolton.
OREGON STATE'S OFFENSIVE LINE DEPTH has taken a hit heading into the Beavs' season opener with Wisconsin. Walk on Jake Welch, who would have been a redshirt freshman this season, has left the football program, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to BF.C.
No.13 Wisconsin didn't award any MVPs following its season-opening win, but there are a number of players who played well and will be vital this week at Oregon State. Badger Nation's popular feature - the Front Seven - is back, rankings the top seven players based on performance, expectations and need.
Oregon State added a late addition to their 2012 class. Olaf Schaftenaar jumped on board and is eligible right away.