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Beaver Insider: Wide Receiver Preview

Published on: 28th August, 2009

As the Oregon State Beavers prepare for the 2009 opener against Portland State, many new starters look to shine and impress in the upcoming season.  One of the main public perceptions is that the Beavs lack experience and talent at the receiving position. Gone are Sammie Stroughter and Shane Morales. Gone are the 1,783 yards ...

Pac-10 Preview: Beavers, Bears, Ducks, and Trojans Race For Roses

Published on: 14th August, 2009

Before we begin, please allow me start off with a few apologies. I'm sorry Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA, Stanford, Washington. Oh yeah, you too Washington State. I would love to include you guys in the title if I could, but it just isn't the year. The Pac-10 is looking ...

Stealth: Which Pac-10 Team is Flying Under the Radar?

Published on: 13th August, 2009

Mike Stoops, Arizona’s very-animated head coach, is entering his sixth season in Tucson.  Stoops has been on the hot seat every year in his tenure and his teams have almost always disappointed.  With the exception being last year’s team that broke a 10-year bowl drought by upsetting BYU in the ...

Will the Oregon Ducks Disappoint in 2009?

Published on: 27th July, 2009

The Oregon Ducks are going into the 2009 season with lofty expectations. Prestigious sports sources such as Athlon Sports and ESPN have included the Ducks in their preseason top 15.  At first glance, these expectations seem well placed, as they return Jeremiah Masoli and LeGarrette Blount.  Masoli is built like a linebacker. ...

It’s Time USC Switches to the Spread Offense

Published on: 24th July, 2009

Over the last five years, the USC Trojans have earned the title of college football’s best and most feared team.  No coach has recruited and developed more talent than Pete Carroll has in his tenure in Los Angeles.  He has also had a number of assistants go off and find ...

Top Five Possible Upsets in the Pac-10 This Year

Published on: 21st July, 2009

Over the last few years the Pac-10 has been home to some great upsets. USC, California, and Oregon have all been on the brink of a top ranking when an unranked foe has beaten them, ending all possible national title hopes.  Obviously, nothing is written in stone, and games aren't played on ...

Is the Trojan Empire Rule Over?

Published on: 18th July, 2009

In the year 2001, the final Pac-10 standings looked something like this: 1. No. 4 Oregon (7-1) 2. No. 12 Stanford (6-2) 3. No. 20 Washington (6-2) 4. No. 13 Washington State (6-2) 5. USC (5-3) 6. UCLA (4-4) 7. Oregon State (3-5) 8. Arizona (2-6) 9. Arizona State (1-7) 10. California (0-8) Wow, this was a long time ago, I didn't ...

Top Ten Offensive Players In The Pac-10

Published on: 17th July, 2009

The Pac-10 is full of offensive firepower. Many pac-10 greats have have flourished in the pros and these guys are gonna be no exception. One thing I did realize from doing this is that the Pac-10 lacks proven Quarter back play. These guys made my honarble mention... Rob Gronkowski Stafon Johnson Lyle ...

Three Questions Yet To Be Answered About The Beaver Offense

Published on: 16th July, 2009

After an almost magical run to Pasadena, the 2009 Beavers return a strong portion of their offense including playmakers James and Jaquizz Rodgers.  The dazzling play from the Rodgers brothers is a given, but there are a few questions about this Beaver offense yet to be answered.   Who Will Start At Quarterback? This is obviously the biggest issue ...

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