Early Monday morning, Beaver Nation learned that running back Malcolm Agnew will transfer to Southern Illinois University. For many, the idea of a three-star recruit leaving town can equate to trouble for a football team.
For Oregon State, it should spark excitement.
Agnew, a sophomore last season, was a player brimming with untapped potential. In 2011, his debut...
OREGON STATE running back Malcolm Agnew, who was the starter in 2011 before being passed on the depth chart by Storm Woods and Terron Ward this past season, is transferring to Southern Illinois, the Saluki Athletic Department announced Monday.
CORVALLIS – One of the big questions that will be answered during fall camp -- getting underway Aug. 6 at Oregon State -- is who will be the Beavs’ starting tailback. Beaverfootball.com sat down for a wide ranging conversation with potential starter Malcolm Agnew to address some of the questions burning in the minds of Beaver fans young and old, tried and true.
Jason Green one of our Pac 12 bloggers has the Oregon State Beavers season recap article. The Beavers had a nightmare of a season going 3-9 and failed to make it to a bowl game for the 2nd straight season. The Beavers have the tools on offense to turn things around next season. Sean Mannion and Malcolm Agnew are back in 2012.
Looking for Pac 12 Football news? Matt Martz our man with his pulse on the Oregon sports beat is back with another edition of the Oregon State Beavers Notebook. Malcolm Agnew’s 103 yard performance marks the first time this season that they have had an individual rush for 100 yards against a FBS opponent.
For the Oregon State Beavers to have any chance to turn their season around they will need freshman RB Malcolm Agnew to play well and stay healthy, and QB Shaun Mannion has to continue to have stellar passing days if OSU has any shot at a bowl game in 2011/12.