- #25 S
- Oregon State Beavers
- HometownOakland, CA
- Weight214 lbs.
*Defensive statistics not considered official.
|2014 Game Log||Tackles||Interceptions|
|8/30||Portland State||W 29-14||3||2||1||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1|
|9/20||San Diego State||W 28-7||4||3||1||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|10/16||Utah||L 29-23 (2OT)||2||0||2||0.0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1|
Today, we finish our preseason position reviews.Here's how we do this. We provide three evaluative categories: "Great shape," "Good shape" and "We'll see.about 105 days ago | Kyle Bonagura | ESPN.com
Our look at position groups in the Pac-12 continues with the safeties.Arizona: The Wildcats have a lot of experience at safety with a combined 78 starts between Jourdon Grandon, Tra'Mayne Bondurant and Jared Tevis.about 231 days ago | Kyle Bonagura | ESPN.com
The Pac-12 has announced its first- and second-team all-conference squads and postseason awards for 2013.Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey has been named the league's offensive player of the year.about 326 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | ESPN.com
Changing the perception of a league is no easy task. And for the Pac-12, bucking its offense-first image may never happen.As long as Oregon keeps gobbling up points by the minute and yards by the mile; as long as Rich Rodriguez does what RichRod does and there are Air Raids and Bear Raids about, offense will always be associated with the Pac-12.about 429 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | ESPN.com
We continue our day-by-day snapshots of each Pac-12 team heading into the 2013 season, in reverse alphabetical order, with the Oregon State Beavers.Oregon StateCoach: Mike Riley (81-67, 13th year)2012 record: 9-4 (6-3 Pac-12 North)Key losses: WR Markus Wheaton, CB Jordan Poyer, DT Castro Masaniai, RT Colin Kelly, TE Colby Prince, DT Andrew Seumalo.about 436 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | ESPN.com
This is the seventh in a series looking at potential dream and nightmare scenarios for all Pac-12 teams.Understand: These are not predictions. They are extreme scenarios and pieces of fiction.about 438 days ago | Ted Miller | ESPN.com