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Oregon State Beavers
Oregon State Beavers athletic logo
UniversityOregon State University
NicknameBeavers
Team ColorsOrange and Black
Head CoachMike Riley
LocationCorvallis, OR
ConferencePacific-10 Conference
NCAADivision I-A
StadiumReser Stadium
MascotBenny Beaver
WebsiteOregon State Football Official Website

The Oregon State Beavers football team is an NCAA Division I-A squad which represents the Oregon State University in the Pacific Ten Conference. Oregon State's football program began in the late 1800's, competing as an independent team. In 1915, OSU, then known as Oregon State College, was one of the charter members of the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) along with three other schools that like OSU, was absorbed by the Pacific Ten Conference after the PCC was dissolved in 1959 due to a major crisis and scandal. As part of PCC, the Beavers were able to win three conference titles and appear in four postseason bowl games. In 1964, the team was admitted into the Pacific 10 Conference and right off won the conference's title in their maiden year. They were also invited to the Rose Bowl that year but lost the game to Michigan. It was all downhill from then on for the Beavers as the team turned out almost three decades of losing seasons, not once making the .500 mark in that span. Fortunately for the Beaver fans their team was able to make a turn around before the decade ended with their 7th postseason bowl game appearance in the 1999 Oahu Bowl. OSU's rejuvination reached its peak in the 2000 season when the team went 11 and 1, was declared as Pac-10 co-champs, and annihilated the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the Fiesta Bowl, 41-9. Except for the 2001 and 2005 seasons, the Beavers have made it to every postseason bowl game, increasing their total bowl appearances to 12 games, winning 2/3 of those games.

Despite being labeled as "Linebacker U--West Coast," Oregon State is also home to some of the best passing QB's in the history of college football such as Jonathan Smith, Derek Anderson, and Matt Moore. As of 2006, the Beavers have won 5 conference titles and 8 bowl victories, with 1 Heisman winner and 42 All-Americans.


Contents

Ranking

Year Record AP Rank Coach Rank
1941 8-2-0 12
1956 7-3-1 10 13
1962 9-2-0 16
1964 8-3-0 8 8
1966 7-3-0 19
1967 7-2-1 7 8
1968 7-3-0 15 13
2000 11-1-0 4 5
2006 10-4-0 21 22
2007 9-4-0 25

Scouting Report

Category Pac-10 Rank Nat'l Rank
Scoring Offense 7 58
Scoring Defense 4 33
Total Offense 8 78
Total Defense 2 8
Turnover Margin 5 55
Pass Efficiency Defense 6 37
Kickoff Returns 8 64
Net Punting 10 111
Passing Offense 8 87
Passing Defense 6 72
Passing Efficiency 9 114
Punt Returns 7 92
Rushing Offense 4 40
Rushing Defense 1 1

Conference Championships

  • 1941 - Pacific Coast Conference Champions
  • 1956 - Pacific Coast Conference Champions
  • 1957 - Pacific Coast Conference Co-Champions
  • 1964 - Pacific-10 Conference Champions
  • 2000 - Pacific-10 Conference Co-Champions

OSU Bowl History

FBS (Division I-A) Bowl Games
Year Bowl Game Opponent Result Score
Dec 28, 2007 Emerald Bowl Maryland W 21-14
Dec 29, 2006 Sun Bowl Missouri W 39-38
Dec 28, 2004 Insight Bowl Notre Dame W 38-21
Dec 24, 2003 Las Vegas Bowl New Mexico W 55-14
Dec 26, 2002 Insight Bowl Pittsburgh L 13-38
Jan 01, 2001 Fiesta Bowl Notre Dame W 41-9
Dec 25, 1999 Oahu Classic Hawaii L 17-23
Jan 01, 1965 Rose Bowl Michigan L 7-34
Dec 15, 1962 Liberty Bowl Villanova W 6-0
Jan 01, 1957 Rose Bowl Iowa L 19-35
Jan 01, 1942 Rose Bowl Duke W 20-16


College Division/Other Bowl Games
Year Bowl Game Opponent Result Score
Nov 30, 1980 Mirage Bowl UCLA L 3-34
Jan 01, 1949 Pineapple Bowl Hawaii W 47-27
Jan 01, 1940 Pineapple Bowl Hawaii W 39-6

Highlights

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Sun Bowl '06. In 2006, Oregon State and Missouri contested in a tight battle for the Sun Bowl with many regard as one of the best finishes in the history of postseason bowl games. Oregon State was down by 1 with clock down to 22 seconds. Instead of going for the tying extra point, the Beavers went on for the kill, converting on a two point field goal for the final tally, 39-38.


Schedule

Oregon State Beavers 2008 Games Schedule
Date Opponent Location Result
08.28.08 Stanford Stanford, Calif. L, 28-36
09.06.08 #19 Penn State State College, Pa. L, 14-45
09.13.08 Hawai'i Corvallis, Ore. W, 45-7
09.25.08 #1 USC Corvallis, Ore. W, 27-21
10.02.08 #15 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah L, 28-31
10.11.08 Washington State Corvallis, Ore. W, 66-13
10.18.08 Washington Seattle, Wash. W, 34-13
11.01.08 Arizona State Corvallis, Ore. W, 27-25
11.08.08 UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. W, 34-6
11.15.08 California Corvallis, Ore. W, 34-21
11.22.08 Arizona Tucson, Ariz. W, 19-17
11.29.08 #19 Oregon Corvallis, Ore.

Roster

Oregon State Beavers 2008 Roster
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (Prev. School)
1 Dennis Christopher LB 6-1 217 Sr. New Orleans, LA (O. Perry Walker)
1 Jacquizz Rodgers RB 5-7 193 Fr. Richmond, TX (Lamar Consolidated)
2 Chris Johnson WR 6-1 195 Sr. Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Norfolk State/Grossmont JC) (Dillard)
2 David Ross CB 6-0 185 Fr. Compton, CA (Dominguez)
3 Patrick Henderson DB 5-10 175 Jr. Oakland, CA (McClymonds)
3 Lyle Moevao QB 5-11 220 Jr. Torrance, CA (El Camino) (North Torrance)
4 James Dockery S 6-1 175 So. La Quinta, CA (Palm Desert)
4 Kaulin Krebs QB 6-0 193 Fr. Kahuku, HI (Kahuku)
5 Sean Canfield QB 6-4 220 Jr. Carlsbad, CA (Carlsbad)
5 Cameron Collins S 6-2 216 Fr. Santa Monica, CA (Santa Monica)
6 Keenan Lewis CB 6-1 196 Sr. New Orleans, LA (O. Perry Walker)
7 Kyle Brown WR 6-4 208 So. Anaheim, CA (Mater Dei)
7 Johnny Hekker P 6-5 211 Fr. Bothell, WA (Bothell)
8 James Rodgers WR 5-7 185 So. Richmond, TX (Lamar Consolidated)
9 Al Afalava S 5-11 212 Sr. Laie, HI (Kahuku)
10 Lance Mitchell S 6-2 205 Fr. Pasadena, CA (Muir)
12 Isaiah Cook LB 6-2 219 Sr. Claremont, CA (Claremont)
12 Ryan Katz QB 6-1 208 Fr. Santa Monica, CA (Santa Monica)
13 Shane Morales WR 6-1 209 Sr. Castaic, CA (Valencia)
14 Brennan Sim QB 6-3 200 So. Portland, OR (Sunset)
15 Darrell Catchings WR 5-11 179 So. Escondido, CA (Escondido)
16 Justin Engstrom QB 6-5 208 Fr. Scappoose, OR (Scappoose)
17 Zach Anderson QB 6-3 219 Fr. Yamhill, OR (Yamhill-Carlton)
17 Brandon Hardin CB 6-2 206 Fr. Honolulu, HI (Kamehameha)
18 Geno Munoz WR 6-0 187 Fr. Tacoma, WA (Mt. Tahoma)
18 Sean Sehnem P 5-11 190 Jr. Simi Valley, CA (W. New Mexico) (Crespi)
19 Sammie Stroughter WR 6-0 186 Sr. Sacramento, CA (Granite Bay)
20 Keynan Parker CB 5-11 168 Fr. New Westminster, BC (Thomas More Collegiate)
20 Kevan Walker CB 6-0 195 Fr. Arcadia, CA (Arcadia)
21 Tim Clark CB 6-0 170 Jr. Fullerton, CA (Cathedral)
22 Jeremy Francis RB 5-11 218 Jr. Winter Park, FL (El Camino CC) (Lake Howell)
22 Paul Jones LB 6-2 209 Fr. Nyssa, OR (Nyssa)
23 Jordan Bishop WR 6-3 195 Fr. Salem, OR (West Salem)
24 Ryan McCants RB 6-1 240 Fr. Corona, CA (Santiago)
25 Casey Kjos WR 6-2 215 So. Middletown, OH (Lakota East)
26 Josh LaGrone S 6-1 181 Fr. San Diego, CA (McQueen (Nev.))
27 Justin Kahut PK 5-8 158 So. Portland, OR (Clackamas)
28 Suaesi Tuimaunei S 6-1 208 So. Laie, HI (Kahuku)
29 Zane Norris LB 6-2 200 Fr. Portland, OR (Jesuit)
30 Austin Hall S 5-10 195 Sr. Beaverton, OR (Carroll College) (Sunset)
32 Keaton Kristick LB 6-3 226 Jr. Fountain Hills, AZ (St. Mary's)
33 Will Darkins LB 6-1 224 Fr. Lake Oswego, OR (Lake Oswego)
34 Jordan Jenkins RB 6-1 205 Fr. Salem, OR (West Salem)
35 Keith Pankey LB 6-0 211 So. Visalia, CA (Mt. Whitney)
36 Brandon Hughes CB 5-11 178 Sr. Bloomington, IL (Bloomington)
37 Ryan Allen PK 6-1 195 Fr. Salem, OR (South Salem)
38 Brian Watkins DB 5-9 174 Fr. Burien, WA (Highline)
39 Kameron Krebs DB 6-0 207 Fr. Kahuku, HI (Kahuku)
40 Matt Barker PK 6-1 170 Fr. Sprague, WA
41 Bryant Cornell LB 6-1 233 Sr. The Dalles, OR (The Dalles)
43 Tony Wilson LB 6-1 207 Fr. Salem, OR (Sprague)
44 Greg Laybourn S 5-10 208 Sr. Portland, OR (Northern Arizona) (Beaverton)
45 David Pa'aluhi LB 5-11 229 RFr. Waianae, HI (Kamehameha)
46 Aaron Nichols WR 6-0 185 So. Honolulu, HI (Kamehameha)
47 Anthony Watkins LB 6-1 214 Fr. Burien, WA (Highline)
48 Walker Vave LB 6-2 230 So. Laie, HI (Kahuku)
49 Andrew Seumalo DL 6-3 238 Fr. Corvallis, OR (Santiam Christian)
50 Casey Noack LB 6-0 231 Sr. Portland, OR (Beaverton)
50 Mike Remmers OL 6-4 286 Fr. Portland, OR (Jesuit)
51 Adam Speer OG 6-3 286 Sr. West Hills, CA (Chaminade)
52 Keo Camat LB 6-2 233 So. Portland, OR (Jesuit)
53 Colin Lyons OG 6-3 312 Fr. Fair Oaks, CA (Del Campo)
54 Stephen Paea DT 6-1 293 So. Los Altos, CA (Snow CC) (Timpview)
55 Ben Terry DE 6-3 240 Jr. Mission Viejo, CA (Saddleback) (Mission Viejo)
56 Curtis Dodson DE 6-0 238 Fr. Corvallis, OR (Corvallis)
57 Marcus Perry LS 5-11 236 Fr. Chula Vista, CA (Eastlake)
58 Slade Norris DE 6-3 245 Sr. Portland, OR (Jesuit)
59 Dwight Roberson LB 6-0 235 So. Oxnard, CA (St. Bonaventure)
60 Alex Linnenkohl OL 6-2 288 So. Olympia, WA (Capital)
61 Mike Lamb OL 6-3 267 Fr. Portland, OR (Jesuit)
61 I'amafana Tuimalealiifano DE 6-1 260 RFr. Honolulu, HI (Farrington)
62 Jeremy Perry OL 6-2 338 Sr. Hau'ula, HI (Kahuku)
63 Ryan Pohl OL 6-3 285 So. Waipahu, HI (Kamehameha)
64 Nathan Hannah OL 6-2 295 So. Scappoose, OR (Scappoose)
64 Colin Kelly OL 6-4 266 Fr. Kelso, WA (Kelso)
65 Marcus Henderson C 6-5 285 Sr. Lake Oswego, OR (Lake Oswego)
66 Andy Levitre OL 6-3 317 Sr. Ben Lomond, CA (San Lorenzo Valley)
67 Rory Ross OL 6-4 294 Fr. Glendale, AZ (Peoria)
68 Wilder McAndrews OL 6-4 290 So. Honolulu, HI (Hawai'i) (Kamehameha)
69 John Roy OL 6-3 270 Jr. Corvallis, OR (Arizona Western CC) (Corvallis)
70 Grant Johnson OL 6-3 265 Fr. Baker City, OR (Baker)
71 Brent McNeil OT 6-3 325 Jr. Van Nuys, CA (El Camino) (Birmingham)
72 Timi Oshinowo OL 6-6 283 So. Naperville, IL (Neuqua Valley)
73 Gregg Peat OL 6-3 296 Jr. Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo)
74 Burke Ellis OL 6-4 249 Fr. Canby, OR (Canby)
74 Kevin Frahm DE 6-2 255 Fr. Portland, OR (Central Catholic)
75 Una Smiley OL 6-6 325 Jr. Honolulu, HI (Palomar) (Moanalua)
76 Tavita Thompson OL 6-6 308 Sr. Honolulu, HI (Saint Louis)
77 Evan Hull DL 6-4 256 So. Albany, OR (Linfield) (East Linn Christian)
78 Ben Motter OL 6-5 283 Fr. Philomath, OR (Philomath)
78 Brennan Olander DL 6-1 274 So. Grants Pass, OR (North Valley HS)
79 Tom Hansen DE 6-1 245 So. Rancho Murieta, CA (Sheldon)
80 Damola Adeniji WR 6-3 215 Jr. Eugene, OR (Orange Coast) (South Eugene)
81 Gabe Miller TE 6-3 231 So. Lake Oswego, OR (Lake Oswego)
82 Colby Prince TE 6-3 250 Fr. Albany, OR (West Albany)
83 Brady Camp TE 6-4 258 So. Gresham, OR (Barlow)
84 Taylor Kavanaugh WR 5-10 175 Jr. Portland, OR (Lincoln)
85 John Reese TE 6-3 240 Jr. Upland, CA (Upland)
86 Kevin Pankey TE 6-2 260 Fr. Visalia, CA (Mt. Whitney)
87 Joe Halahuni TE 6-2 254 Fr. Graham, WA (Orting)
88 Howard Croom TE 6-3 254 Jr. Long Beach, CA (Woodrow Wilson)
89 Shawn McGarity WR 5-10 172 So. Liberty Township, OH (Mt. Union College) (Lakota East)
90 Victor Butler DE 6-2 238 Sr. Rialto, CA (Eisenhower)
91 Taylor Henry DE 6-1 222 Fr. Altadena, CA (Campbell Hall)
92 Mitchel Hunt DT 6-2 271 So. Chandler, AZ (Corona Del Sol)
93 Simi Kuli DE 6-4 270 Jr. Hawthorne, CA (El Camino) (Hawthorne)
94 Carl Sommer DL 6-4 248 Fr. Wilsonville, OR (Wilsonville)
95 Latu Moala DE 6-1 294 Jr. Hayward, CA (San Mateo) (Mt. Eden)
96 Jesse Fifita DT 6-1 276 Fr. East Menlo Park, CA (Menlo-Atherton)
97 Sioeli Nau DT 6-2 307 Jr. Spanish Fork, UT (Snow) (Spanish Fork)
98 Castro Masaniai DL 6-2 298 Fr. Waipahu, HI (Waipahu)
99 Pernnell Booth DL 6-1 302 Sr. Billings, MT (Billings West)

Coaches/Team Officials

Notable Alumni in NFL

Oregon State Beavers in NFL

References

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