- Infielder? Outfielder? It doesn’t matter to Oregon State baseball player Andy Atwood, who is spending his summer playing with the Bourne Braves in the famous Cape Cod Baseball League. And on Sunday in a game against the Chatham Anglers, Atwood came down with one of the most ridiculous catches that anyone has seen in quite a while. There’s no words to really describe the grab at all, you simply just have to watch the clip below for yourself.
- On the hardwood, Oregon State is hoping to add some serious leapers as well, when they welcome their 2017 recruiting class to campus over the summer. So, it seemed like the perfect time for Jesse Sowa of the Corvallis Gazette-Times to take a closer look into the unique relationship of “the brothers Thompson”, as both freshman Ethan and junior Stephen Jr. will be on the same team together this year. Adding another quirk to the mix is the main reason that both Ethan and Stephen Jr. play for Oregon State, as father Stephen Sr. is an assistant coach for the team.
- Former Oregon State running back JacQuizz Rodgers poked some fun at the Beavers Football program on Twitter, knocking the team for not giving running back Ryan Nall enough carries last season. If Rodgers is irked now about Nall’s touches, imagine how he’ll feel later this season with all the pieces that are expected to accompany Nall in the backfield.
Lets not wait til the last 2 games of the season to give him 20+ carries then!— JacQuizz Rodgers (@Qui22Rodgers) July 15, 2017
- New England Patriots wide receiver Brandin Cooks is expected to be one of the NFL’s break-out stars in 2017, as a superbly gifted young player working who now will be working with the league’s best gunslinger. That’s why over at Patriots Wire, they took a look at just what Cooks should be bringing to the table and how he’ll impact the Patriots offense this season.
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