- If Oregon State wants to secure the services of four-star wide receiver Isaah Crocker, they’ll now know the list of programs that they’ll have to out-work for the rising talent. In the past few days, Crocker has narrowed his list down to just five schools, which includes the Beavers, as well as Alabama, Nebraska, Oregon, and UCLA. A rising senior talent from Inderkum High School in Sacramento, California, Crocker has the potential to be a huge addition on the recruiting front for Oregon State.
- Thomas Tyner, the high-profiled transfer running back from rival Oregon, has been one of the break-out surprises of Oregon State’s Fall Camp thus far, according to BeaversEdge. It’s stated that Tyner could be emerging into a leading back-up role to Ryan Nall, but mind you, this is all being done without TCU graduate transfer running back Trevorris Johnson in the mix, as he’s just been admitted to the school. The site also shells out the video interviews from Day Three of Fall Camp, which includes a conversation with the aforementioned Nall.
- Oregon State head coach Gary Andersen is very content with the term “state champs”, when being used to describe his program compared to Oregon. In fact, Andersen spoke to the Oregonian about the fact that Ducks’ fans seem to be bothered by the phrase, how he prefers sending texts over Twitter and just what loss from last season is serving as a point of reference for the team and staff heading into 2017. We are officially less than a month away from football!
- Our buddies over at Rumble In The Garden were on top of the official release of the 2017 Advocare Invitational Bracket, which matches Oregon State against St. John’s in the first round. The first round game will be played on Thursday, November 23rd at 11 AM PT and will be televised nationally on ESPNU. Based on their result, the Beavers will play the winner/loser of a showdown between Missouri, one of the favorites in the field, and Long Beach State.
- A random but interesting Oregon State-related link, the folks over at California Golden Blogs took a look back at the most exciting and most impressive football games that have taken place between the Golden Bears and the Beavers. It’s worth noting that they do give a nod to Oregon State’s 2007 upset of #2 California, which ended in one of the strangest ways possible.
- And one more for the road comes from the world of Twitter, where Connor Hope from Busting Brackets (Fansided) ranked the Beavers as the second-best front-court in the Pac-12 behind USC. Considering the Trojans return two All-Pac-12 level forwards in Bennie Boatwright and Chimezie Metu, its probably a fitting spot for the Beavers, who will be led by Tres Tinkle and Drew Eubanks on the interior.
Top 3 Frontcourts in the Pac-12:— Connor Hope (@CondorianFM) July 29, 2017
3) Stanford Cardinal
2) Oregon State Beavers
1) USC Trojans
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