NWSB Insider and Blogger Jon Irwin talks about the gameday experience at OSU’s Reser Stadium. Home of the Oregon State Beavers football team. For a football program as old as OSU’s, there are surprisingly few stadium traditions. What Oregon State does have thought is some of the best football weather in the country. OOOOO, SSSSS, UUUUU, OREGON STATE, FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT!
NWSB Insider and Blogger Jon Irwin breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of the 2012 Oregon State Beavers football team. With red shirt freshman QB Sean Mannion coming off an excellent year where he completed nearly 65% of his passes, the OSU air assault should be gunning at full speed this year. The defense remains the Beavers biggest weakness, even with new recruits coming in, the Beavs will need to improve.
NWSB Insider and Writer Jon Irwin highlights five Oregon State Beavers rookies that will make their debuts in Week 1 of the 2012/13 season. Jon starts with the Beaver’s star recruit for 2012, if any rookie is going to be a starter it’s this kid. Offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo. At TE true freshman Caleb Smith was a prized recruit for the Beavers 2012 class. A redshirt freshman for 2012, Storm Woods has by far the best name in college football.
NWSB Insider and Oregon State blogger Jonathan Irwin tells us why he’s a sold out 100% Oregon State Beaver fan for life. It is about family. It is about reality. I have never stopped bleeding orange and black. Through all ups and downs his roots will always be ingrained in Reser’s beautiful Saturday morning turf. He’s a Beavers fan because of Mike Riley, Sammie Stroughter, Jacquizz Rodgers, James Rodgers and more…
NWSB Insider and Seattle Sounders writer Jonathan Irwin brings us his favorite Oregon State Beavers websites on the web. With of course nwsportsbeat.com being the best there is to offer, there are some other local, and national media based sites that offer some good rundowns of Beaver athletics. The list is sure to keep you in touch with your inner black and orange.
NW Sports Beat Insider and Oregon State blogger Jonathan Irwin takes us down memory lane as he recites the best individual performances by Beavers in the past 20 years in another Moments in Time post. When your program has been filled with so many great players, how do you not expect standout performances? Players include Derek Anderson and Jacquizz Rodgers
NWSB Insider and Oregon State Beavers blogger Jonathan Irwin tells us If the Beavs ever need to dip into the PAST to grab players for their future the five guys he’d call upon would be. Steven Jackson, Richard Seigler, Dwan Edwards, Stephen Paea, and Sammie Stroughter. He does have faith though with the likes of Sean Mannion, Marcus Wheaton and Brandin Cooks the Beavers can be unstoppable!
NW Sports Beat Insider Jonathan Irwin highlights five players that will have impact seasons on the offensive side of the ball for the Oregon State Beavers. Players included are Sean Mannion, Markus Wheaton, Brandin Cooks, Caleb Smith, and Isaac Seumalo. OSU has reloaded the offense as the program hopes to make a high powered splash in 2012.
NWSB Insider and Oregon St. Beavers blogger Jonathan Irwin tells us his top 5 Beavers players to know that are NEW in 2012. Isaac Seumalo, Caleb Smith, Gavin Andrews, Chris Brown, Joel Skotte are all primed to have seasons in which they introduce themselves in a big way to the fans of the OSU Beavers.
NWSB Insider and Oregon St. Beavers blogger Jonathan Irwin tells us his top 5 Beavers heartbreaking moments in time. From mulitiple Civil War losses with the Rose Bowl on the line, to a season ruining injury to James Rodgers, and an embarassing loss to Sacramento State, the heartbreak goes on forever for Oregon State Beavers fans. Duck Ryan Katz, duck now.
OSU Writer and Beavers junkie Rick Stella gives his thoughts on what James Rodgers may have to do to get through training camp with the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL. Out of OSU came Rodgers, but went undrafted at the recent NFL draft due to teams being worried about his reconstructed knee. What does the future hold for Rodgers, and how cool is it he’s playing with his brother?