11:22 PM EDT, Fri July 03, 2015
Oregon State Beavers Rumors & News
Behind The Beavers Beat | Oregonian 1 hour ago
Byrd, OSU's first commit of the 2016 class, announced Friday on Twitter that he had flipped to FIU.
Behind The Beavers Beat | Oregonian 10 hours ago
The Spartans are coming off a 3-9 (2-6 Mountain West) season.
Behind The Beavers Beat | Oregonian 12 hours ago
Cunningham will play for the Utah Jazz, while Moreland will stick with the Sacramento Kings.
The academy afforded Payton the chance to hear from experts where he most needs to improve.
Thomas enrolled at a community college earlier this week after learning he hadn't qualified academically at Oregon State, the Beavers signee told The Oregonian/OregonLive on Thursday morning.
Storm Woods is the clear favorite to start. But could Chris Brown make a case for close to half of the carries next season?
Kempt will have two years of eligibility at a four-year school beginning in 2016. Going the community college route allows him to raise his stock and avoid sitting out a year, which the NCAA requires of FBS transfers.
The Beavers will attempt to spoil the home coaching debut of the much-ballyhooed Harbaugh, the fiery and khaki-wearing coach who has returned to Ann Arbor to lead his alma mater.
On the latest edition of The Oregonian's Beaver Banter podcast, Oregon State reporters Gina Mizell and Connor Letourneau discuss the hiring of new athletic director Todd Stansbury and touch on a variety of football topics as we inch closer to fall camp.
Clark decided to sign after the Blue Jays agreed to pay for him to someday finish his degree.
Manuel and fellow incoming Beavers recruit Tres Tinkle are Big Sky Country's first high-major prospects since Great Falls product Josh Huestis signed with Stanford in 2010.
Though he has begun his professional career, Moore continues to garner collegiate accolades.
Fellow Beavers sophomore Drew Rasmussen, who made Team USA's initial roster, has been cut.
De Carolis officially ends his nearly 13-year tenure as OSU's athletic director on Tuesday.
Seth Collins and Nick Mitchell will compete to become the first starting quarterback of the Gary Andersen era, as the Beavers transition to a spread offense that requires a quarterback that is a threat with both his arm and legs.