Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Oregon State gets 'dissed

(AP Photo/Greg Wahl-Stephens)

The All Pac-10 teams came out Monday, and OSU had plenty of players on the list, but most were on the 2nd team. It is amazing that we didn't have more than 2 make All Pac-10 first team.

No knock on Dorian Smith-because he is a stud, but he was hurt a few games wasn't he? He makes first team, which is great. I want Beavers on the first team.

How the fuck does Derrick Doggett make 2nd team?????

We have to deal with horrible officiating down the stretch, crappy bowl selections, and now this?

WTF is the rest of the sports world missing? OSU football is the shizzzzat.

The Pac-10 awards are chosen by the Head Coaches. I have no idea when or how, but I have assume that some voted before they got a taste of Al Afalava and the rest of the bone crushing Beaver defense.

Beaver First Team Selections

Roy Schuening, OL, Sr., Pendleton – 2005 and ’06 Pac-10 Honorable Mention

Dorian Smith, DE, Sr., Van Nuys, Calif – 15 career quarterback sacks.

Second Team Selections

Yvenson Bernard, RB, Sr., Boca Raton, Fla – 2006 Pac-10 First Team; 2005 Honorable Mention

Andy Levitre, OL, Jr., Ben Lomand, Calif – 2006 Pac-10 Honorable Mention

Jeff Van Orsow, DL, Sr., Las Vegas, Nev – 37 straight starts

Joey LaRocque, LB, Sr., Agoura, Calif – 180 career tackles

Alan Darlin, LB, Sr., Elk Grove, Calif – 25 career starts, 148 career tackles

Derrick Doggett, LB, Sr., San Diego – Three-time Pac-10 Second Team

Brandon Hughes, CB, Jr., Bloomington, Ill – Team-leading 10 pass breakups

Alexis Serna, PK/P, Sr., Fontana, Calif -- 2005 Groza Award recipient

Honorable Mention Selections

Al Afalava, S, Jr., Laie, Hawai’i – 61 tackles, third-highest on the team

Curtis Coker, DT, Sr., Las Vegas, Nev – 25 career starts

Kyle DeVan, C, Sr., Vacaville, Calif – Three-time Pac-10 Honorable Mention

Daniel Drayton, S., Sr., Haceinda Heights, Calif – 32 tackles, 9 starts

Gerard Lawson, KR, Sr., Las Vegas, Nev – 22.1 yards per kickoff return

Gerard Lee, DT, Sr., New Orleans – 12 starts.

Here's a great rap video for the OSU Beavers Football team, can't wait to see the 2007 version:

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