7:29 PM EDT, Fri July 31, 2015

Devontae Booker, Utah Utes running back, ready to prove he's worthy of Heisman buzz: Video

Utah coach Kyle Whittingham has trumpeted running back Devontae Booker all offseason, saying he has the potential to be a 2,000-yard rusher and a Heisman candidate.

More Beavers Rumors & News

Jared Norris, Utah Utes linebacker, expects 'a lot of emotion flying around' against Oregon State Beavers

BURBANK, California -- Much has been made about the numerous coaching connections between Utah and Oregon State's new staff, which have essentially ignited a rivalry between the two programs and brought anticipation to this Halloween's contest between the Beavers and...

Mike Leach, Washington State Cougars coach, ready for rebound: Video

After reaching a bowl game in 2013, the Cougars took a significant step back last season by finishing 3-9.

Steve Sarkisian, USC Trojans coach, embracing lofty preseason expectations

"We all chose to come to USC to win," Sarkisian said. "I didn't come here to be OK or come here to be mediocre. We came here to win championships."

Steve Sarkisian, USC Trojans coach, knows preseason hype is a 'beauty contest': Video

But Sarkisian also likes his team's mentality to handle the high expectaions, dating back to how the Trojans responded to tough losses a season ago.

Jared Goff, California Golden Bears quarterback, not fazed by Heisman hype: Video

Jared Goff already holds 19 California school records and has morphed from a freshman starter on a 1-11 team to a Heisman contender and projected first-round NFL Draft pick as a junior.
Rich Rodriguez, Arizona Wildcats coach, relishing underdog role

Rich Rodriguez, Arizona Wildcats coach, relishing underdog role

The Wildcats were picked to finish fourth in the Pac-12 South in 2015 despite their status as reigning division champions.

Rich Rodriguez, Arizona Wildcats coach, expects Scooby Wright to be better in 2015: Video

Wright was not on hand at Pac-12 Media Days at Warner Bros. Studios because Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez traditionally brings seniors to the event. But Wright was naturally a popular topic, with Rodriguez explaining in the following video how the linebacker has improved during the offseason while still keeping a humble demeanor.
Pac-12 Football Media Days 2015: Live updates from Day 2

Pac-12 Football Media Days 2015: Live updates from Day 2

Day 2 of Pac-12 Media Days kicks off Friday morning at Warner Bros. Studios, with representatives from Arizona, California, USC, Oregon, Washington State and Utah meeting with reporters.

Gary Payton II ranked as 39th best player in nation: Oregon State rundown

Payton emerged as one of the 2015-16 college basketball landscape's top players when he decided last spring to return to Oregon State for his senior season.

What we learned from Oregon State at the Pac-12 football media days (video)

Gina Mizell, The Oregonian/OregonLive's Oregon State beat reporter, discusses the biggest items we learned from the Beavers on Thursday.

Gary Andersen, Oregon State Beavers coach, curious to see how team responds 'the first time we get smacked in the face': Video

Andersen notes how his team responds mentally to adversity -- which could come as soon as the first day of fall camp -- will be crucial as the Beavers move through the coach's debut season.

Storm Barrs-Woods, Oregon State Beavers running back, 'was a sponge' in learning new offense: Video

Oregon State is revamping its offense under new coach Gary Andersen, moving from a pro-style system to an up-tempo spread.That means seniors and freshmen alike have had plenty to learn during the offseason, including senior running back Storm Barrs-Woods.
Oregon State Beavers quick hits from Pac-12 football Media Days

Oregon State Beavers quick hits from Pac-12 football Media Days

Oregon State took the stage (well, actually, three stages) at Warner Bros. Studios Thursday, with coach Gary Andersen, running back Storm Barrs-Woods and cornerback Larry Scott speaking about the upcoming season and new era of Beavers football.

Details of Noah Togiai's basketball obligations remain unclear: Oregon State rundown

The 6-foot-4, 220-pound Togiai, arguably a more sought-after recruit on the hardwood than gridiron, plans to walk on with Wayne Tinkle's team. But Tinkle isn't sure when Togiai will join his squad for workouts.

Beavers Player News

  • Isaac Seumalo

    Isaac Seumalo

    Isaac Seumalo named to watch list for Polynesian Player of the Year Award

  • Victor Bolden

    Victor Bolden

    Victor Bolden, Oregon State Beavers receiver, on Biletnikoff Award watch list

  • Jordan Villamin

    Jordan Villamin

  • Seth Collins

    Seth Collins

    Oregon State Beavers 2015 position battle to watch: Quarterbacks

  • Kyle Kempt

    Kyle Kempt

    Kyle Kempt, former Oregon State Beavers QB, to play at community college next season