Big 12 Expansion: How would it impact Oregon State Football?

Big 12 expansion looks to be inevitable how could this effect the Beavers? This past Tuesday at Big 12 media days, Commissioner Bob Bowlsby announced that the conference's board of directors unanimously voted to explore expansion possibilities and the conference will begin vetting two or four possible candidates. There are numerous Big 12 expansion rumors out there, but it seems...
Via Building the Dam
14 hours ago

Oregon State Football will open Fall Camp in Bend

The Beavers will start practicing for the 2016 season in Bend, OR. The Oregon State football team will begin their first practices of the 2016 season in unfamiliar territory. Because of the on-going construction in the North end zone of Reser Stadium, as well as the many renovations that include the locker room, equipment room and sports medicine facility, The Beavers will be holding...
Via Building the Dam
1 day ago

Oregon State Women In Top 25 of Capital One Cup

Highlighted by women's basketball, the Lady Beavs placed in the Capital One Cup Every year Capital One gives out the Capital One Cup to the school with the most athletic success across all sports. Schools are ranked to see how they stacked up against each other and Oregon State was among the top 25 on that list this year, tying with Notre Dame at #24 taking home 36 points. The...
Via Building the Dam
4 days ago

WATCH: Nick Porebski on punting, Australia and the media

Nick Porebski wasn't expecting to represent the Oregon State Beavers at Pac-12 media day, but he's not complaining about it.
Via The Oregonian
9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Gary Andersen is ready for a "big boy" fight at Oregon State

Despite a rough first season with Oregon State, Gary Andersen said his Beavers are moving in the right direction in a tough Pac-12 Conference.
Via The Oregonian
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Oregon State OL Drew Clarkson retires following surgery for tumor

A member of the Oregon State football program is being forced to hang up his cleats due to medical reasons. Oregon State offensive lineman Drew Clarkson has announced that he will be medically retiring from football after a second surgery to remove a tumor. Clarkson was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2013, while he was still in high school. Clarkson underwent surgery to remove...
Via Campus Sports Net
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Oregon State RB Damien Haskins, OL Leo Fuimaono medically retire

The Oregon State Beavers weren’t looking to contend for the PAC-12 championship this year, but things certainly didn’t get easy for them this year. On Friday, it was announced that running back Damien Haskins and offensive lineman Leo Fuimaono would be forced to medically retire from football. Haskins and Fuimaono were both entering the 2016 season looking to make impacts for...
Via Campus Sports Net
16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Oregon State's fashion collection

Dawn Figueroa manages the Historic and Cultural Textile and Apparel Collection in the College of Business at Oregon State University. She talks about a circa 1912 dress and what influenced the unique, Portland-made dress.
Via The Oregonian
29 days ago  |  Discuss

2016 Oregon State signee Tyson Penn does not qualify

The Oregon State Beavers have not had a good run of football over the last few years and it doesn’t look like the 2016 will get any better. On Tuesday, three-star wide receiver signee Tyson Penn announced that he did not qualify academically and was no longer committed to play for the Beavers. I am no longer committed to play football at OSU next year — Megatron (@_TysonPenn...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 08, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Oregon State baseball players believe Beavers will be in NCAA Tournament

Kyle Nobach, Luke Heimlich and Christian Donahue all said they expected to hear Oregon State's name called for the NCAA Tournament on Monday following a series sweep of UCLA in which the Bruins did not score.
Via The Oregonian
May 29, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Pat Casey 'confident' Oregon State has done enough to make NCAA Tournament

After sweeping UCLA to close out the regular season, Oregon State head coach Pat Casey weighed in on the Beavers' chances of making the NCAA Tournament.
Via The Oregonian
May 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Justin Strong leaving Oregon State for FCS

Here is something you don’t see every day. Justin Strong, the starting safety for the Oregon State Beavers last season, will be leaving the Power Five program on his own accord to head down to the FCS level. FCS school Montana announced the addition of Strong on Wednesday. It was a pretty odd announcement, seeing as how the safety had two years of eligibility left with the Beavers...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Miller Time: Oregon State returns to March Madness, recalling a quietly great coach

The 2016 NCAA Tournament is a time to remember the life and career of Ralph Miller. One of college basketball’s quietly great coaches — a Hall of Famer without a Final Four appearance — no longer walks the earth. Miller died in 2001 at the age of 82. However, if there is a heaven, you can be sure Miller will be smiling from his perch when one of his teams takes the floor in...
Via The Student Section
March 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Oregon State vs. VCU – Game Time, TV Channel, Announcers, Betting Line, Predictions

Twitter/@OregonStateMBB This year’s NCAA Tournament field features many surprises, among them is Oregon State’s seven seed. The Beavers were one of many bubble teams heading into the unveiling of the bracket, but based on their spot, it looks like the selection committee had them safely in the field. In terms of match-up, however, they didn’t get a huge favor. Shaka Smart...
Via College Spun
March 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Gary Payton II's summer with his dad propelled his stardom

The Merritt College campus sits atop a sprawling hillside just above Highway 13 in East Oakland. From the school’s main entrance, one can enjoy breathtaking views of the Bay Area, from the region’s economic epicenter of San Francisco to the backbone of the tech industry, Silicon Valley. The vantage point also offers a glimpse of the stomping grounds of the city’s most famous...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
March 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Gary Payton II’s last-second windmill dunk seals victory over UCLA

The Oregon State Beavers entered their season finale needing some serious help to get in the NCAA tournament. Getting a victory over UCLA would certainly help their case, and the Beavers got said help in most of the most emphatic and dramatic ways possible. All of it courtesy of a very famous name — Gary Payton. No, not the glove, but GP2…a.k.a Gary Payton II. With Oregon State...
Via The Comeback
March 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Watch: Gary Payton II slams home windmill dunk against UCLA

Oregon State came up with a steal and Gary Payton II slammed home this windmill dunk to seal his teams victory over the Bruins on Saturday night…. The post Watch: Gary Payton II slams home windmill dunk against UCLA appeared first on The Student Section.
Via The Student Section
March 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Oregon State rewards S Gabe Ovgard with scholarship

Oregon State walk-on safety Gabe Ovgard has impressed coach Gary Andersen so much that the young man was rewarded with a scholarship yesterday. Of course, video of Ovgard’s reward was posted to the Beavers’ official YouTube page. Set up so that certain players were receiving prizes of some sort, Ovgard appeared subtly surprised at receiving the great news after starting last...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Oregon State Surprised Walk-On Safety Gabe Ovgard With A Scholarship

Videos of college football programs surprising walk-ons with scholarships will never stop being awesome. The latest one comes from Oregon State. Beavers head coach Gary Andersen called up several players to pick prizes out of a hat. One of the team’s linemen pulled out a piece of paper and then presented redshirt sophomore safety Gabe Ovgard with a scholly.  Ovgard, who recorded...
Via College Spun
March 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Vernon Adams Trolled Oregon State On Instagram

Oregon has won the last eight Civil War match-ups against Oregon State, so it’s pretty clear that the Ducks have dominated their in-state rivals recently.  In case people needed to be reminded of that, Vernon Adams did a bit of Beaver trolling on Instagram today. He posted a picture of himself stiff-arming a hapless Oregon State defender with a taunting caption to boot.  ...
Via College Spun
February 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Michael Phelps distracts Oregon State free throw shooter with medals, Speedo (Video)

Michael Phelps made an appearance in the Arizona State student section Friday night to distract Oregon State free throw shooters. The Sun Devils are famous for their “Curtain of Distraction,” in which some sort of distraction is unveiled from behind the curtain as an opponent is about to shoot free throws. Friday, the distraction was Phelps, wearing a Speedo and a pile of Olympic...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 29, 2016  |  Discuss

10,000-year-old mammoth bones found at Oregon State football stadium

When construction workers at Oregon State started digging, all they wanted was to excavate the site of the Beavers’ expanded football facility. Instead, they wound up with the giant femur of a 10,000-year-old mammoth. From the Corvallis Gazette-Times: “We believe we have an intact femur from a mammoth,” OSU spokesman Steve Clark said Tuesday afternoon. “There also appear...
Via The Comeback
January 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Mammoth Bones Unearthed In Oregon State’s End Zone During Contrustion

Construction at Oregon State’s Reser Stadium turned into an archaeological dig. Crews digging in the Beavers’ north end zone Tuesday as part of an expansion project for OSU’s Valley Football Center unearthed a large femur bone, which anthropologists believe was from a mammoth. Bones of other extinct mammals were found at the site, too. “There are quite a few bones, and dozens...
Via NESN.com
January 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Oregon State Player Appears To Intentionally Trip Referee, Is Ejected (Video)

Tripping a referee, generally speaking, is a bad idea. Oregon State basketball player Jamal Reid must have missed that memo, though. Reid was ejected Sunday night in the Beavers’ eventual loss to Utah after he appeared to intentionally trip a referee, which is a pretty big no-no. Reid’s actions seemed to stem from frustration after not getting a call while chasing after a loose...
Via NESN.com
January 18, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Oregon State forward ejected for tripping official

There are just some things in life you cannot do. Oregon State’s Jarmal Reid found out the hard way that tripping an official will get you tossed from a basketball game. The senior forward must have been irritated with the ref after he didn’t get a call, because in retaliation he stuck his foot out and tripped him, clearly on purpose. Jarmal Reid of Oregon State was ejected...
Via Sportsnaut
January 17, 2016  |  Discuss

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