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Richard Mullaney | Wide Receiver

Team: Oregon State Beavers
Age / DOB:  (22) / 2/23/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 194

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Oregon State redshirt junior WR Richard Mullaney will likely miss the remainder of the season with an elbow injury.
"We'll be lucky if we get him back before the end of the year," head coach Mike Riley said. The Beavers passing attack has taken a step down from what it was in the past two season, and Mullaney contributed 216 yards and a touchdown on 18 receptions prior to the injury. Jordan Villamin, who recorded two touchdowns against Utah, should start in Mullaney's place Mon, Oct 20, 2014 10:58:00 AM
Source: Oregon Live

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Oregon State QB Sean Mannion believes the Beavers will replace Biletnikoff Award-winner Brandin Cooks' production with a committee approach.

It won't be easy to replace 128 catches, but Oregon State is hoping WR Richard Mullaney, TE Connor Hamlett, and flanker Victor Bolden will all pitch in to make up for the void. "Collectively as a group, I think everybody will kind of step it up to fill that void. It will be good to see some of the younger guys step it up and see what they can do," said Mannion. "That's what was great about spring ball and we'll continue to do that into fall camp. We have a great group of tight ends and receivers and I think it will be a group effort to fill those shoes."
Sun, Jul 13, 2014 07:32:00 PM

Oregon State redshirt junior WR Richard Mullaney will emerge as the Beavers' go-to receiving option in 2014, according to Rob Rang of CBS Sports.

"Mullaney is nowhere near the athlete that [Brandin] Cooks (or former OSU standout Markus Wheaton) are but his height, superb hands and experience should help him emerge as the Beavers' top receiver in 2014," Rang wrote. "Mullaney tracks the ball well, showing good hand-eye coordination and body control to haul in tough grabs while getting hit. He has functional quickness and speed and uses size, hand strength and precise route-running to get off the line of scrimmage and gain separation." The 6-foot-3, 194-pounder is a bit of a possession plodder with a 4.65 forty, but he's going to be a wideout to target in Pac-12 leagues as the recipient of a good portion of Sean Mannion's video game statistics.
Source: CBS Sports
Sat, Jun 21, 2014 05:52:00 PM