Heat Doesn’t Stop OSU Football Practice

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Mother Nature didn’t give the OSU football players a break on Thursday, with temperatures around 90 degrees during practice and it being even hotter down on the turf field, hydration was key. “It’s pretty hot, I mean the turf definitely bumps it up a few degrees but you know I just try … Continue reading »

Mannion Noticeably More Confident

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Sean Mannion looks – and sounds – like a whole new person this camp. He’s more vocal during practice and opens up to the media much more than last year. He’s also a team captain. Head Coach Mike Riley thinks Mannion’s the first team-elected sophomore during his time in Corvallis. A redshirt … Continue reading »

Raw: Riley, Mannion, Poyer (8/9/12)

Oregon State Head Coach Mike Riley: Oregon State Quarterback Sean Mannion: Oregon State Cornerback Jordan Poyer:

Chris Brown, The Running Back

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Meet Chris Brown. The Oregon State freshman running back. The three-star recruit out of Fresno, CA is “in the mix” for the starting job in a very crowded competition, according to Head Coach Mike Riley. Brown will compete throughout fall camp with senior Jordan Jenkins, sophomores Malcolm Agnew and Terron Ward and … Continue reading »

Raw: Riley, Brown, Woods (8/8/12)

Oregon State Head Coach Mike Riley: Oregon State Freshman Running Back Chris Brown: Oregon State Redshirt Freshman Running Back Storm Woods:

Pac-12 Media Day: Jordan Poyer

LOS ANGELES — Click above to watch our interview with Oregon State cornerback Jordan Poyer from Tuesday’s Pac-12 Media Day. Poyer discusses his NFL aspirations, why he has confidence that the Beavers will be able to turn things around, and holds back when discussing his summer arrest.

Pac-12 Media Day: Markus Wheaton

LOS ANGELES —¬†Click above to watch our interview with Oregon State wide receiver Markus Wheaton from Tuesday’s Pac-12 Media Day. Wheaton discusses his frustration over the way the past two seasons have unfolded, his chemistry with quarterback Sean Mannion, and why he thinks OSU will turn things around this year.

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