Thursday, December 23, 2010
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Monday, December 13, 2010
Saturday, December 04, 2010
Friday, December 03, 2010
This years edition of the Civil War (12:30 PST kickoff) is probably the most torturous ever for the Beaver Nation. The fact that ESPN is at the game, the odds of OSU winning are 1 million to 1 at least, the game is nationally televised, OSU injuries are prevalent, the last game was a blowout loss(albeit to a top 5 team), OSU's Pac-10 and national stats are bottom tier on offense and defense.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
Mistakes by everyone on the football team have contributed to this embarrassing game.
Besides lacking talent, the Beavers have demonstrated that they are mentally weak the entire year.
This year's team is a "try hard" team, meaning they have to try extra hard to be successful due to a lack of talent.
The coaches deserve much of the blame for this year's erratic play.
The Beavers look physically out classed tonight. Let's see if they can rally to keep it close.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Saturday, November 13, 2010
OSU has lost to the weakest teams in their Pac-10 schedule, USC/Stanford/Oregon are upcoming.
This is one of the most embarrassing loses for the Beavers in a long time.
Here's my report card:
9:45 left in the game.
Even if the Beavers pull this one out(which I doubt), this performance has made it's mark. They are a below average squad this year.
Stanford, USC, and Oregon will destroy OSU......nice way to end the year.
The Beavers defense is probably the worst edition since the character building years.
I don't know what to say about this game except that the Beavers are not very good in any facet of the game.
Tuesday, November 09, 2010
We can't stop the spread/pistol/revolver or whatever they want to call it. Other than the UW 2OT loss we have been abused by the spread QB and it's running game. Brehaut looked like Andy Dalton and Kellen Moore. He is not that good. We can defend the pro set ok and that will help the next few weeks. The Civil War might be ugly.
Really disappointed with the personal fouls. Dwight Roberson hit Brehaut out of bounds on a 3rd and goal after he ran out of bounds on what would have been 4th down. Two plays later they tied the game. Early in the 4th quarter The late hit by Mike Remmers after a 7 yard first down run by Quizz really hurt. We had momentum after the Dockery pick and that made it 2nd and 18. With 48 seconds left they gave Remmers "Diamond in the Rough" status as a team leader. Not tonight. One play makes a difference. I LOVE Dwight, but both of those guys should know better.
The offense big not make mistakes but did not help themselves. Quizz needed more carries and yards.
Don't care about the last play when they put time on the clock. It was a good call. What I do have a problem with is UCLA getting an extra second on the second to last play. Giving them 4 vs. 3 seconds means the game would have gone to OT.
This game was not decided by the last two plays. We let a marginal team beat us.
Our bowl eligibility is in question with the loss. We should handle WSU next week but that gives us 5 wins. Need to beat USC, Stanford or the Ducks. Should squeak one of those out but don't like to have to.
Sunday, November 07, 2010
A commenter here brought this subject up- and I thought it deserved it's own post. It's clear there is a field leadership problem at OSU. There just aren't enough players who qualify to be called a leader- even Quizz. Quizz doesn't seem to have the "Brett Favre" personality traits to be a real leader on offense, plus he is stoppable. Katz is getting by, not throwing INT's, but missing tons of open WR's and big plays. Giving Katz a title as leader is not fitting right now.
Leaders tend to dominate whenever they are on the field. Occasionally they get stopped or beat, but 90% of the time they kick ass. They also have supreme self confidence because they deliver the goods-consistently.
You can't assign a leadership title to someone who doesn't make plays against any level of competition consistently. The Beavers do not have a player who I would consider really dominant. Quizz is good, but he is starting to remind me of Yvenson Bernard. Paea is not the guy either. None of the defensive players look the part this year.
Here are some general guidelines for being a leader:
1)you should be a recruited player- not a walk-on- Mike Hass is the only exception
2)you should dominate the opposition consistently- even against the top 25 teams
3)you have to be able to be enthusiastic but not a spaz
4)you have to be able to motivate your teammates
5)you have to walk the walk/talk the talk
Just with those guidelines I don't see anyone fitting that description on the Beavers. Maybe James Rogers when he was healthy. But he's out and the Beavers don't have a replacement.
Saturday, November 06, 2010
At this point, OSU will be lucky to breakeven this year. A bowl is a long shot. OSU will not beat all 4 of it's remaining opponents. USC, Stanford, Oregon are likely losses.
So how did scheduling TCU and BSU work out for the Beav's this year? Was it worth it? Maybe the Beav's could've been 6-2 instead of 4-4.
Losing James Rogers has turned into a really big deal, the lack of defensive stars is also glaring.
I am not a blogger interested in ripping on Riley or the rest of the coaching staff. OSU's players played hard tonight. They've played hard all year- which I am proud of.
Friday, November 05, 2010
I've said it a dozen times on this blog, OSU needs to stop scheduling Top 25 non-conference teams.
It makes no sense at all. I am so tired of the people who say "it helps recruiting" when we play tough non-conference teams. That is BS. If I am a baller and I see OSU get it's ass kicked on national tv, I am NOT going to be inclined to go to OSU over another Pac-10 or Big 12 or even Mountain West team that wins and goes to good/meaningful bowl games. I am also tired of the people who say "tough games make the Beavers better", that is total BS. The Pac-10 games are tough enough. Every year there are high profile/pressure packed games that can toughen the Beavers for what really matters- A BCS BOWL GAME.
Listen, when I was at OSU the team/program sucked. Scheduling Nebraska for a payday made sense. The risk reward ratio worked in OSU's favor.
Now, this program doesn't need paydays or exposure to losses that kill a season before it even starts.
Here's the full 2011 OSU Beaver football schedule:
Sept. 3 TBD (non-conference home game)
Sept. 10 at Wisconsin (non-conference)
Sept. 17 Bye
Sept. 24 UCLA
Oct. 1 at Arizona State
Oct. 8 Arizona
Oct. 15 BYU (non-conference)
Oct. 22 at Washington State
Oct. 29 at Utah
Nov. 5 Stanford
Nov. 12 at California
Nov. 19 Washington
Nov. 26 at Oregon
Monday, November 01, 2010
ACADEMICALLY SPEAKING: Every Oregon State senior will graduate (or already has) this academic year. The following players have already graduated; TE Brady Camp (sociology/master's program), OT Timi Oshinowo (engineering/master's program) and TE John Reese (communications/master's program). Fall graduates include LB Keo Camat (liberal studies), CB James Dockery (business), OL Nathan Hannah (exercise and sport science), DE Mitchel Hunt (economics), PK Justin Kahut (engineering), C Alex Linnenkohl (business), OL Wilder McAndrews (pharmacy), DE Gabe Miller (engineering), WR Aaron Nichols (pharmacy), DT Brennan Olander (anthropology), DT Stephen Paea (sociology), OL Ryan Pohl (engineering), LB Dwight Roberson (liberal studies), WR James Rodgers (communications), S Suaesi Tuimaunei (sociology), LB Walker Vave (ethnic studies). Winter term graduates include DT Evan Hull (communications) and LB Keith Pankey (geology). Nichols and McAndrews have been accepted into OSU's Doctor of Pharmacy Program - only 10 percent of the applicants are admitted.
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Not sure it's worth analyzing. The Beavers played great. Did what they were supposed to.
Is it just me or does Quizz seem kinda cold towards his own teammates? After his TD's he seemed indifferent. I have seen this for awhile. My BFF was at the TCU game and said he was aloof.
Any which way he balled. I am just not sure about the attitude.
I am glad they won. They are 3-1 in the Pac-10. The rest of the schedule is brutal.
I feel bad for Riley, the play he got hurt on was like Carson Palmer's injury in the NFL playoffs a few years ago. Olander fell onto his knee after rushing up the middle.
Quizz is making Cal's defense look foolish. He's got 3 TD's running and 1 TD passing.
Hopefully the Beavers will put in 2nd team guys on offense and let them get some playing time.
Quizz is going postal. He's run and passed for a TD so far. He is carving up Cal's defense with spectacular runs. He has 8 carries for 74 yards in the 1st Qtr!
Katz is still locking on to WR's, but is still gaming. Since Quizz is going off, Katz hasn't had to do much.
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Congrats to the San Francisco Giants for winning the National League Pennant!
Friday, October 22, 2010
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Sunday, October 17, 2010
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Friday, October 15, 2010
(photo source: SBNation)
Brooks Hatch at the Gazette Times gives a good argument as to why the new Pac-12 north has an economic advantage over the south. This whole new conference is going to be interesting if not compelling. Larry Scott is going to be considered the "man" once the dust settles.
It sucks not having him, but a lot of kids have stepped up. Wheaton is nursing a bum knee too now, but he is supposed to be able to play Saturday night. Catchings, Poyer, Bishop, Hulahani, Reese, Darkins, and of course Quizz can pick up the slack. Give credit to Katz for dishing out the rock to so many players this year, they all have made plays and should feel confident.
I thought Jake Locker was very overrated going into this season, and he hasn't disappointed. He could put on his "try hard" attitude and make a statement. He hasn't faired well against OSU so far.
Sarkasian seems to have it in for his old employer and he gets his team up for them every year. He doesn't seem to have the same fire for other teams in the Pac-10 and it shows. Washington is a wild card to me, they could win or lose.
Riley is of course steady Eddie. Each game is the biggest game of the year. Every game the Beavers play hard. You have to give Riley credit for that.
Vegas has the Beavers favored by 2.5. Kahut is a major question mark, will he get back on track or continue to choke? The good news is that Washington's special teams haven't been that special this year either.
I think the Beavers come out swinging in this one, Katz is the difference to me. He is better than Locker right now.
Here's a clip of the UW vs BYU game earlier this year:
Monday, October 11, 2010
The blogger who posted this first was Angry Beavers.
Backed up by The Gazette Times.
Good job AB.
Sunday, October 10, 2010
(Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
From Jon Wilner at the SJ Merc:
* Moved Oregon State up 12 spots, to No. 10, after the Beavers won at Arizona.
Yes, they’re a two-loss team in my top 10, but the two losses are to No. 2 Boise State (road) and No. 3 TCU (semi-neutral) and the games were competitive in the fourth quarter — the Beavers were within a touchdown in both.
There is a chance that he might have only torn his cartilage, which means he could get scoped and be back in two weeks.
Rodgers was quoted by Oregon Live that he didn't hear a pop and that it just tightened up on him. I've messed up my knees before, 2 scopes, sprained ligaments,etc. Usually when you tear ligaments you hear a pop, and it's usually loud enough to hear in a stadium packed with fans. If he partially tore ligaments he wouldn't hear a pop. If it's a partial tear he will probably redshirt since fixing partial tears are the same as full tears. If it was late in the season, he could play on a partial tear, but would need surgery after the season. In that scenario James would have a hard time getting drafted by the NFL since he would be rehab'ing well into the spring.
Here's a video of the play Rodgers got hurt on:
Saturday, October 09, 2010
(Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
Arizona made a comeback but the Beavers held on for the victory!
Katz played a great game. 30/42 was fantastic. He put up 398 yds passing tonight. 3rd down conversions were 11-16. Katz looked like a baller this afternoon. A real leader. He is going to do great things at OSU.
The defense bent but didn't break. OSU gave up 540 yds of offense tonight. Okay, calling that bending is a stretch but they won. They only gave up 100 yds rushing, which is good, unless the offense is passing at will.
James Rodgers loss is huge, he was on fire until he got hurt. So frickin' sad. Wheaton stepped up huge with 7 catches for 113 yds and a TD.
Great win for the Beavers.
PS- Arizona was overrated. Although they were ranked #9, they weren't that good. The Beavers still have lots of room for improvement. This Pac-10 race is going to be interesting. I have a feeling the UofO vs OSU game is going to have grand importance for the 3 year in a row. We shall see...
Kahut's misses are huge.
If the Beavers can get one first down, the game is over.
If OSU scores, it's game over. It's also a great example of how to close a win on the road against the #9 team in the country.
This kinda shit will lose a close game. Foles has 2 game winning comebacks this year already.
WTF? 5:43 left in the game.
The snap was fine. What is with kickers??? They have the easiest job on the team. One job, no reads, no mysteries. Point and shoot.
Ryan Katz looked great on the drive. So did Quizz.
Markus Wheaton is going to get more shots to make plays, James Rodgers is out.
17-13 Oregon State
James Rodgers was playing a huge game until he got hurt. It remains to be seen if the back-ups can pick up the slack.
The second half of this game is going to be a season defining 2 quarters for the Beavers. If they win, they are on a roll. If they lose this season looks like a "moral victory" season.
OSU's defense is playing great for the most part. I feel bad for Hardin, there is not much he can do, he is not athletic enough to play corner in the Pac-10 and Arizona is trying to exploit this fact. Give Banker credit, he is scheming a good plan so far.
OSU's offense is making plays, they've gotten some bad breaks that stopped drives. Katz is playing great, 19 of 28, 257 yds, 2 TD's, 1 INT.. Even with the INT. He is making plays, starting to look more comfortable. Quizz is not a factor, 9 carries for 26 yds.
Foles is 14 for 19, 207 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT.
James Rodgers had 7 catches for 102 yards in the first half before getting hurt.... damn that pussy ass DB!!!!!!!
This game is a hard hitting affair.
James Rodgers has a blown knee, the extent of the injury is unclear- but he can't put any weight on it and is in the locker room.
OSU's defense is playing it's best so far this year. Hardin is still the weak link tho. He gave up a pass interference that gave Arizona a chance to score before the half..
The Arizona DB didn't need to tackle James 5 yards into the endzone but did and twisted James' knee.
OSU is leading 17-7.
Tuesday, October 05, 2010
With about 4 minutes left OSU had the ball on offense and a 11 point lead. They had 3rd down and long, the play gets in late from the sideline, Katz rushes the team to the LOS. The offensive line breaks down against a 4 man rush, Phillip in particular misses a simple chip block, then watches a DL run by and blast Katz as he scrambles downfield. Then as Katz gets up Burfict from ASU head butts Katz, within a split second Phillip pushes Burfict and the ref's pull their flags. The Beavers could have gotten a first down by Burfict's dumb move, but Phillip stepped in, instead it's 4th down.
The next play is a punt and it's blocked by ASU. Next play ASU runs it up OSU's ass for a TD, then a 2 point conversion.
This kinda BS is bad. 8 pts in 1:30 of game play. OSU needs to learn to finish strong. They didn't against Louisville and they didn't against ASU.
UofA is better than ASU. Shit, ASU nearly came back from 11 pts in 3 minutes.....
Monday, October 04, 2010
Foles is third in the nation in completion percentage (74.5, 102 of 137) and ranks 26th in passing efficiency (149.84). He only has 6 TD's and has 4 pic's tho. Over a dozen different players have caught passes from him this year, which means they don't have a go-to guy or he's just democratic.
His competition so far has been Toledo, Citadel, Iowa and Cal. Iowa is a quality team and a tremendous win. Cal is good, Toledo and Citadel are weak, so it's hard to read. I think the Beavers can find a scheme to screw him up. Iowa probably played vanilla D and paid the price.
Scoring offense: 27.8 points per game (T-7th in Pac-10)
Total offense: 306.8 yards per game (10th in Pac-10)
Passing offense: 185.8 yards per game (9th in Pac-10)
Rushing offense: 121.0 yards per game (8th in Pac-10)
Oregon State Opponents:
Scoring offense: 30.8 points per game (8th in Pac-10)
Total offense: 434.8 yards per game (8th in Pac-10)
Passing offense: 240.0 yards per game (8th in Pac-10)
Rushing offense: 194.8 yards per game (8th in Pac-10)
Passing: Ryan Katz - 55-106, 720 yards, 7 TD, 0 INT
Receiving: Jordan Bishop - 9 receptions, 173 yards, 1 TD
Rushing: Jacquizz Rodgers - 84 carries, 398 yards, 6 TD
Tackles: Two tied with 33
Interceptions: James Dockery - 3
Sacks: Stephen Paea - 3
Sunday, October 03, 2010
FINAL SCORE: 31-28
This was an exciting game. Turnovers were key. Katz played his best game, 2 TD's and no TO's. Nice.
Quizz simply went off this game. His first TD was an ESPN top 10 play, then busted 75 yarder too.
The defense bent but didn't completely break. The DB's made a couple nice plays. ASU racked up a boat load of yards, but less than their season avg.
Saturday, October 02, 2010
The OSU players who impress- Quizz. Cameron Collins, Doctor.
131 yds for OSU vs 119 for ASU.
1 TO by ASU, 0 TO by OSU.
Katz is still only 50% comp.
Quizz has 55 yds on 10 carries- IN THE FIRST QTR!
Friday, October 01, 2010
Oregon State's Mitch White savors good memories, shuns chronic pain in return for Fiesta Bowl reunion (Oregon Live)
I am just not interested in the ASU/OSU game as much. The Erickson led OSU team tribute at halftime is kinda cool, but weird because I want the Beavers to crush his team into oblivion the same day I am paying tribute to his efforts in 2000. WTF?
It seems like it's all been said about the Beavers this fall, and there is not much more to point out when it comes to OSU's flaws.
Duh, the defense is not good this year.
Duh, there is a new QB who isn't as efficient as they need when the defense is crap.
Duh, the lack of roster depth/talent-stemming from uncoordinated recruiting efforts, is a huge issue.
The ASU game is not a toss up. James Rodgers is still hurt from his concussion, and concussions are not easy to return from. The Beavers get +3 for being the home team. But ASU is better statistically and against good opposition.
My prediction- ASU 35-21. Please prove me wrong Beavers.
Monday, September 27, 2010
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
My friend Cliff at Blue Turf Nation has agreed to do a Q&A swap with the OSU Beaver Football Blog! Blue Turf is a comprehensive BSU FB blog with multiple bloggers adding stuff all the time. Check it out.
Here are Cliff's answers to my questions:
1) What is the best way for a visiting team to overcome BSU's homefield advantage, besides practicing on blue turf?
Boise State is know for it's FAMOUS BLUE TURF and it has become the staple of their program. But what you must realize is that its just that a field. As with any field how do you prepare is depending on the surface, not the color. It is a new surface this year and OSU will be the first team to play on the new surface. I would recommend preparation starting with a artificial surface and put less focus on the actual color.
2) What weaknesses do you see in BSU's defense this year?
Confidence. If you watched the Va Tech game there were many exposed weaknesses. I believe if you can rattle the DB's confidence you can work from that angle. If you get burned and the backfield is firing on all cylinders it will be tough. With that said it is the first home game and there are many distractions that will come into play, likebeing back home with friends and family, ESPN College Game Day, ABC, etc. Target the emotional aspect and rattle the confidence and you can win the defensive battle.
3) What weaknesses do you see in BSU's offense this year? Is it possible to stop them?
Depth in the backfield is solid, depth in the receiving corps is solid, we have a QB that will soon be playing on Sundays that doesn't leave much other than the O-Line and the rotation and depth is solid there as well. Short answer, I think it is possible to stop the passing game with a team approach to your defense plan. But controlling the run? Now that's a field of a different color. So, I guess I should have just said no.
4) Is there a chance BSU might be overconfident after watching film of OSU's defense this year?
The one thing the coaching staff puts a great deal of emphasis is the overconfidence factor. I think OSU is a formidable Top 25 competitor and will not be overlooked. If film shows weaknesses you can expect Kellen to take every advantage they may find.
5) What will it take for OSU to pull the upset?
Start fast and have a couple of quick strikes and then battle it out in the trenches and hold on to that lead for all four quarters. Every time Boise State scores you will have to counter and then it will come down to the last man with the ball. Be prepared for Boise State to follow similar advice and that will be to strike fast, hard and often.
Blue Turf Nation Prediction:
41-17 Boise State. I really think some of what you have based your questions upon will be too much for Oregon State to handle and The Broncos will put some points on the board early and play three effective quarters and the second and third string will give up a few points in the fourth quarter.
Monday, September 20, 2010
Saturday, September 18, 2010
35-28 is the final.
OSU's defense gave up 453 yards to Louisville. There will be a lot of discussions about the D this week.
Boise is probably salivating at this point....
Hekker is way over rated(sucks) BTW.
Katz is the real deal.
OSU's defense set up this score by shutting down Louisville's offense. It looks like the D actually made some adjustments and started attacking.
There is no doubt that Katz is going to be really good. The Rogers Bros. are doing their part.
Now, can the OSU defense make some plays and let the offense take control?
Friday, September 17, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Monday, September 13, 2010
Monday, September 06, 2010
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Friday, September 03, 2010
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Monday, August 30, 2010
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Aug. 9 Camp Opens
Sept. 4 at TCU (Loss 30-21)
Sept. 11 Bye
Sept. 18- Louisville (Win 35-28)
Sept. 25 at Boise State (Loss 37-24)
Oct. 2- Arizona State (Win 31-28)
Oct. 9 at Arizona (Win 29-27)
Oct. 16 at Washington (Loss 35-34)
Oct. 23 Bye
Oct. 30- Cal (Win 35-7)
Nov. 6- UCLA (Loss 17-14)
Nov. 13 at Washington St (Loss 31-14)
Nov. 20- USC (Win 36-7)
Nov. 27 at Stanford (Loss 38-0)
Dec. 4 Oregon (Loss)
Pac-10 Record: 4-5
2009 OSU FB Schedule
Portland State- 9/5/09 (W 34-7)
@UNLV- 9/12/09 (W 23-21)
Cincinnati- 9/19/09 (L 28-18)
Arizona- 9/26/09 (L 37-32)
@Arizona St- 10/3/09 (W 28-17)
Stanford- 10/10/09 (W 38-28)
@USC- 10/24/09 (L 42-36)
UCLA- 10/31/09 (W 26-19)
@Cal- 11/07/09 (W 31-14)
Washington- 11/14/09 (W 48-21)
@Washington St- 11/21/09 (W)
@Oregon- 12/03/09 (L 37-33)
2009 Record: 8-5
Pac-10 Record: 6-3 (tied for 2nd)
Las Vegas Bowl: OSU vs BYU (LOSS!!!!)
Aug. 30 - at Stanford (L 36-28)
Sept. 6 - at Penn State (L 45-14)
Sept. 13 - Hawaii (W 45-7)
Sept. 25 - USC (W 27-21)
Oct. 2 - at Utah (L 31-28)
Oct. 11 - Wash State (W 66-13)
Oct. 18 - at Wash (W 34-13)
Nov. 1 - ASU (W 27-25)
Nov. 8 - at UCLA (W 34-6)
Nov. 15 - Cal (W 34-17)
Nov. 22 - at Arizona (W 19-17)
Nov. 29 - Oregon (L 68-35)
Sun Bowl: OSU vs Pitt (W 3-0)
Final Record: 9-4
Aug. 30 Utah (Win 24-7)
Sept. 6 at Cincinnati (Loss 34-3)
Sept. 15 Idaho State (Win 61-10)
Sept. 22 at ASU (Loss 44-32)
Sept. 29 UCLA (Loss 40-14)
Oct. 6 Arizona (Win-31-13)
Oct. 13 at California (Win- 31-28)
Oct. 20 Bye
Oct. 27 Stanford (Win- 23-6)
Nov. 3 at USC (Loss- 24-3)
Nov. 10 Washington (Win-29-23)
Nov. 17 at Wash St. (Win 52-17)
Nov. 24 Bye
Dec. 1 at Oregon (Win 38-31 2OT)
2007 Record: 9-4
Bowl: Emerald, Dec 28th
Opponent: Maryland (Win 21-14)
More Historical results for OSU Football
Monday, August 23, 2010
Monday, August 16, 2010
As you may know, TCU runs the spread offense. They were prolific with it last year, and it helped them get to a BCS Bowl.
Angry Beaver wrote a great post on ideas for stopping the spread offense, and I think they are good ideas. He recommends that the defensive ends put pressure on the QB by bluffing and forcing poor decisions. Last year's defensive ends did not produce, what's going to change this year? I agree that a proactive defensive strategy is required. OSU's cornerbacks are going to have to step up bigtime. They are going to be critical to stopping TCU's offense.
The Beavers have not handled the spread historically, and TCU is probably licking their chops, er frog lips.
The Beavers defense was okay last year, but didn't dominate. This first game is going to be a huge test. I don't think TCU is going to lay an egg, they are going to be ready to play- they have 9 offensive starters returning. That includes an experienced QB in Andy Dalton. He produced 2756 passing yards, 512 rushing yards, with 26 total touchdowns last season.
To win on the road, you have to bring a superior defense, will the Beavers bring it?
Sunday, August 15, 2010
And not to be undone- Soulja boy's song get's a redo.....
The Beav's better be ready for their spread offense. They don't want to be part of the next lame TCU highlight film, this shit is unbearable.