CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) Having struggled at wide receiver his entire college career, Obum Gwacham is switching to defensive end for his senior year at Oregon State.
He jokes that maybe his biggest catch is ahead of him - in the form of an interception.
Defensive line coach Joe Seumalo planted the idea of coming over to the defense last season, Gwacham said. Following Oregon State&...
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3 days ago
CORVALLIS -- For his final season at Oregon State, Obum Gwacham has moved from receiver to defensive end -- so how's the transition going? We have that and more in our report from the second day of spring drills with the Beavers.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANNE M. PETERSON AP Sports Writer Obum Gwacham (oh-BOOM GWAH-chem) already knows he can jump. What he wants to do is prove he can be an impact receiver for the Oregon State Beavers.
The two-sport athlete is redshirting this season as a high jumper - even though Oregon State doesn't officially have a men's track and field...
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April 09, 2013
CORVALLIS – With Oregon State's 2012 season swiftly approaching, the question begs -- just what kind of team will the Beavs field this year? We put that question to rising Beaver wideout Obum Gwacham, and he was not shy with his answers. Also, from Gwacham's perspective, what's one of the things Sean Mannion is now doing differently, and better, this offseason?