CORVALLIS – Day Three of spring ball marked the first day of shoulder pads for Oregon State, and it was a significant change of pace. The cracks were louder and the competition got heated. Sean Harlow made his presence known and Tyler Hasty made the sidelines roar. Couple that with Storm Woods and Terron Ward turning on the jets, and it added up to one heck of a day inside the Truax Center.
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.
Plenty to watch for in Alamo Bowl
It’s no Rose Bowl, but for the 9-3 Beavers to make it this far is still a huge accomplishment. Set to take on the Texas Longhorns in the Alamo Bowl, there’s plenty to watch for in this matchup.
Having the Beavers back in a bowl
It’s been two years since the Beavers last had a bowl game, and what a long two years it’s been.
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Storm Woods ran for two touchdowns in the first quarter and No. 16 Oregon State put up its highest point total ever, routing Nicholls State 77-3 on Saturday in a game postponed by Hurricane Isaac.
The Beavers surpassed their 76-0 win over Willamette in 1931.
Oregon State (9-3) started playing its substitutes against the lower-division Colonels in taking a 35-0 halftime lead. Markus...
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December 01, 2012
CORVALLIS -- A strange game transpired Saturday at Reser. The Beavers tacked on a win without Sean Mannion, Jordan Poyer and Storm Woods. How was OSU able to pull out a W sans three of their marquee starters? We have the answer…
Beavers handed first loss
On a day in which four other undefeated teams lost, the Oregon State Beavers join their ranks, losing out on the first 7-0 start in team history.
Storm Woods had a very big night, perhaps his biggest of the season.
The redshirt freshman needed just 15 carries to reach 90 yards. Woods added four catches for 37 yards. He was instrumental...
CORVALLIS -- No. 7 Oregon State visits the home of the Twelfth Man this Saturday. Will Storm Woods finally have another 100 yard day? How will the No. 19 ranked passing defense in the nation stand up to the big play ability of Jordan Poyer and Rashaad Reynolds? Does Sean Mannion’s return mean increased production through the air? BF.C covers all that and more in the weekly position breakdown…
1. Oregon (7-0) – Dismantled an overwhelmed 5-1 ASU team on the road. Wow. Next up – Colorado. Will this game even interest the Ducks? 2. Oregon State (6-0) – Won hard fought game vs. pesky Utah team. Does Storm Woods = freshman of the year? Next up; Washington, ASU, Stanford – Beavs could be 9-0 for Civil War, but it won’t be easy.3. USC (6-1) – Blew out CU as Barkley...
LOS ANGELES– Oregon State broke a two-game losing streak to the UCLA Bruins on the back of Storm Woods, who ran for 96 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries.
Before the game if it was known that Brett Hundley would throw for 375 yards, the 19th ranked Bruins would certainly be predicted to win.
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