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Bye Week Reviews :: Receivers

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The Beavers' passing game has been somewhat impacted this season by the loss of All-American Sammie Stroughter. The good news-- he'll be back next year. He's only played in three games (the chart below is wrong) but he still ranks second on the list.

The stats:

  Name Yr Pos G Rec. Yards Avg. TD Rec./G Yards/G
1 Anthony Brown SR WR 7 29 387 13.34 1 4.1 55.3
2 Sammie Stroughter SR WR 4 15 262 17.47 2 3.8 65.5
3 Darrell Catchings FR WR 7 18 210 11.67 1 2.6 30.0
4 Brandon Powers SR WR 7 20 181 9.05 0 2.9 25.9
5 Yvenson Bernard SR RB 7 32 153 4.78 1 4.6 21.9
6 Howard Croom SO TE 7 10 101 10.10 1 1.4 14.4
7 James Rodgers FR WR 7 6 90 15.00 0 0.9 12.9
8 Gabe Miller FR TE 6 6 80 13.33 1 1.0 13.3
9 Shane Morales JR WR 7 9 58 6.44 0 1.3 8.3
10 Matthew Sieverson SR RB 7 7 54 7.71 0 1.0 7.7
11 Chris Johnson JR WR 5 3 35 11.67 0 0.6 7.0
12 Brady Camp FR TE 6 4 34 8.50 0 0.7 5.7
13 Andy Stewart SR RB 7 1 11 11.00 0 0.1 1.6
14 Sam Oltman FR WR 3 1 -1 -1.00 0 0.3 -0.3
  Total     7 161 1655 10.28 7 23.0 236.4

Oregon State is ranked 51st nationally in passing offense, and sixth in the Pac-10. Believe it or not, the team with the best passing offense right now is Washington State. Who would of thunk it-- they're 0-4. We'll meet up with those guys in a few weeks.

I like the development of Catchings and Rodgers. The end around play seems to work every time, even though it is considered a rushing play. Catching as Rodgers will be a dynamic duo as they continue to mature and grow in the program. Our trio of tight ends are also progressing well. You can tell that Canfield is starting to get a lot more comfortable throwing to these guys in key situations.

Comments on the receiving corps go below.

GO BEAVERS!

--JB--