Cooks, Reynolds Ready to Fill Big Shoes

LOS ANGELES, Calif.– The Beavers’ 2013 season will depend largely on their ability to replace Markus Wheaton and Jordan Poyer. At Pac-12 Media Day, Oregon State was represented by the two players who hope to fill their shoes. Brandin Cooks and Rashaad Reynolds were this year’s player reps, which is a nice parallel to last … Continue reading »

OSU Ends Practices With Spring “Game”

Courtesy: OSU Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State football team closed its spring practice season with an extravaganza of fun Friday evening at Reser Stadium. The Beavers hosted their annual spring game, including an autograph session, a DJ providing tunes throughout the day and concluding with an 84-play scrimmage. Returning starting quarterbacks Sean … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Wheaton, Poyer Pre-NFL Draft

Ex-Oregon State wide receiver Markus Wheaton: Ex-Oregon State cornerback Jordan Poyer: Ex-Oregon State offensive lineman Colin Kelly:

Web Extra: Riley, Reynolds, Woods, Cooks

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley: Oregon State cornerback Rashaad Reynolds: Oregon State running back Storm Woods: Oregon State wide receiver Brandin Cooks:

Web Extra: Poyer, Wheaton After Pro Day

Cornerback Jordan Poyer: Wide receiver Markus Wheaton:

Web Extra: Alamo Bowl Postgame Sound

Oregon State’s Mike Riley, Storm Woods, Cody Vaz, Ryan Murphy: Oregon State wide receiver Markus Wheaton: Texas’ Mack Brown, Alex Okafor, Marquise Goodwin, Kenny Vaccaro:

Web Extra: Riley, Poyer, Wynn, Wheaton

Oregon State Head Coach Mike Riley: Oregon Wide Receiver Markus Wheaton: Oregon Cornerback Jordan Poyer: Oregon Defensive End Dylan Wynn:

Web Extra: Beavers Reflect on 9th Win

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley: Oregon State wide receiver Markus Wheaton: Oregon State cornerback Jordan Poyer: Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion:

Wheaton Sets Record In Beaver Blowout

Courtesy: OSU Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore. – Senior wide receiver Markus Wheaton became the school’s all-time receptions leader in the second quarter of No. 16 Oregon State’s 77-3 victory over Nicholls State on Saturday afternoon at Reser Stadium. The 77 points are the most ever for Oregon State in a football game. Wheaton’s record-breaking catch, … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Riley, Seumalo, Watkins

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley: Oregon State defensive lineman Andrew Seumalo: Oregon State safety Anthony Watkins: Oregon State running back Storm Woods: Oregon State offensive lineman Josh Andrews:

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