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Oregon State redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Nall rushed for 66 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries in Saturday's 38-24 loss to Boise State.

Not much doing in terms of yardage for Nall, but he buoyed his fantasy day with the two scores. The 6-foot-2, 235-pounder has yet to surpass 75 yards rushing in any of Oregon State's three games to date.
Sep 24 - 8:01 PM

Oregon State redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Nall (foot) is probable for Saturday's game against Idaho State.

Nall initially suffered his injury -- a contusion on the left foot -- in the Beavers' season-opening loss to Minnesota. His hoof was encased in a walking boot during the past practice week. The 6-foot-2, 235-pounder had the benefit of a Week 2 bye in order to heal up and he should be ready to rock and roll against the Bengals come Saturday.
Sep 13 - 1:11 PM

Oregon State redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Nall is no longer wearing a walking boot on his left foot.

Nall indicated that he suffered a deep bruise on his left foot in Thursday's loss to Minnesota. The 6-foot-2, 235-pounder was checked out by the training staff at halftime before returning to action. "The past few days I've been to rehab, working on the bike and everything. I've been in the boot for a few days because of precautionary reasons. They don't want me to walk around at home and just accidentally stub it," Nall explained. With Oregon State taking an early bye this weekend, plenty of time for the baby Beaver to get right before his squad takes on Idaho State on September 17. Fantasy owners should check in on Nall's status during the practice week leading up to that contest, but this foot bruise would appear to just be a minor injury.
Sep 8 - 1:11 PM

Oregon State redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Nall rushed for 71 yards on 13 carries and caught eight passes for 80 yards in Thursday's loss to Minnesota.

Nall's fantasy impact was somewhat blunted by his lack of touchdowns, but it was a nice all-around game for the 6-foot-2, 235-pounder nonetheless. Included in the performance, a long run of 40 yards. That accounted for more than half of his rushing yardage and helped boost his YPC average to 5.5 for the contest as a whole. This season should see Nall step into his own after he rushed for 455 yards (6.2 YPC) and three touchdowns on 73 carries in a more limited role last season.
Sep 2 - 1:03 PM

Oregon State senior QB Darell Garretson completed 25-of-40 passes for 228 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in Thursday's 30-23 loss to Minnesota.

The Beavers did lose the game, but Garretson played well enough. The performance looked even sharper in contrast to the production Oregon State was receiving at quarterback last season. The 6-foot, 200-pounder -- formerly of Utah State -- hit Noah Togiai for a six-yard touchdown near the end of the first quarter to jump OSU to a 7-0 lead. He would hit Victor Bolden on a 30-yarder in the second quarter and fire one final scoring pass in the third quarter. That last one (a 12-yarder to Tim Cook) put Garretson's squad up 23-17. Minnesota would score a pair of touchdowns in the fourth to take the lead and the win. The Beavers next play Idaho State, which should allow Garretson room to spin some statistical gold.
Sep 2 - 12:38 PM

Oregon State senior T Sean Harlow (ankle) could take a redshirt in 2016.

Harlow continues to be limited by ankle injury suffered against Colorado last season and has yet to practice this month. The 6-foot-4, 284-pounder has started 19 games during his time with the Beavers. With fellow tackle Will Hopkins currently sidelined due to a concussion, redshirt freshman Blake Brandel is taking the majority of first-team reps. "So we all practice the same and it's just next man up right now," he said. "It sucks that people are getting hurt, but you've got to be prepared for when that happens."
Aug 24 - 1:55 PM

Oregon State sophomore Seth Collins called the school school "the place for me."

Collins flirted with leaving Oregon State for Northern Illinois this offseason after he was asked to switch from quarterback, but ultimately he elected to return to the Beavers. Now Collins is wearing a new number, No. 22, and will play an "offensive weapon" role. Collins was the starting quarterback role last offseason, however, he dealt with injuries and effectiveness, and his time at the position only lasted six games.
Source: Oregon Live
Aug 4 - 11:12 AM

Oregon State redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Nall stepped into the starting lineup this spring.

With Storm Barrs-Woods and Chris Brown gone, Nall didn't have to put up much of a fight to ascend. That doesn't mean he's without promise, though. The 6-foot-2, 235-pounder, nicknamed the Wrecking Nall, averaged 6.2 yards per carry on 73 attempts last year, totaling 455 ground yards and three scores. He went off for for 174 yards on 19 carries in last year’s Civil War football game against Oregon when Barrs-Woods was out.
Jul 29 - 4:45 PM

Oregon State senior TE Caleb Smith is no longer with the program.

The reason Smith chose to leave the team remains unclear. An undisclosed illness forced him out of all but two contests during the 2015 campaign. The 6-foot-6, 269-pounder's best season came in 2013, when he caught 25 passes for 343 yards and a quartet of touchdowns. Redshirt freshman TE Tuli Wily-Matagi is currently listed as the team's starter.
Jul 15 - 12:35 PM

Oregon State redshirt junior C Leo Fuimaono retired to football due to medical issues.

Fuimaono was competing for the starting center job after the graduation of Josh Mitchell and departure of Isaac Seumalo. The issue is Fuimaono had never played a snap for the Beavers after dealing with a torn pectoral muscle and now retired after a diagnosis of spinal stenosis. "I was thinking about the bigger picture later in life," Fuimaono said. "I feel good about my decision."
Jul 8 - 10:03 AM

Oregon State redshirt junior RB Damien Haskins has medically retired.

Haskins is not a starter, but he was in the backfield rotation. He only played 10 offensive snaps last season, and the compact runner was competing for snaps behind Ryan Nall, who really emerged in the second half of last season.
Jul 8 - 9:44 AM

A Pac-12 defensive coach is convinced Oregon State is on the rise.

"We played them [at a previous stop]," the coach said. "I have a lot of respect for what he's capable of doing. There's no doubt he has a plan in place. Unfortunately, they're going to get better. I wish they weren't." Treston Decoud and Dwayne Williams are a nice duo at corner, and the offense should be fronted by emerging RB Ryan Nall. The Beavers will be better than last season's 2-10, but we struggle to see them tripling that win output to reach bowl eligibility this fall.
Source: ESPN
Jun 29 - 5:19 PM

A Pac-12 defensive coach believes Oregon State senior QB Darell Garretson will really help his new team.

Garretson transferred over from Utah State last summer, where he was 8-3 as a starter in a similar scheme. He threw for 2,586 yards and a 18/10 TD/INT ratio in total with the Aggies. "The biggest thing is that there's no substitute for experience, and that makes a huge difference," the coach said. "Guys that have playing experience, the game slows down for them, and I think it makes a huge difference for what the Beavers will do with their offense." The 6-foot, 200-pound Garretson completed 21-of-32 passes for 263 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions during the spring game.
Source: ESPN
Jun 24 - 8:30 PM

Oregon State redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Nall "kept getting better throughout the year" in 2015, said an anonymous Pac-12 offensive coach.

Nicknamed the Wrecking Nall, the 6-foot-2, 235-pounder averaged 6.2 yards per carry on only 73 attempts as he broke into the offense, collecting 455 ground yards and three scores on that usage. "We struggled to contain him and tackle him," the coach said. He showed speed against us, and there was one run when he ran away from guys in our secondary, which is not good. I think that kid got a lot more confidence as the year went on." Nall is a converted tight end who's struggled with injuries but possesses exciting talent.
Source: ESPN
Jun 24 - 5:23 PM

Oregon State four-star 2018 RB Camron Davis reaffirmed his commitment to the program.

In something of an interesting recruiting twist, Davis committed to Oregon State sight unseen. He has yet to actually visit the Beavers. The 5-foot-9, 187-pounder hopes to do so later this summer. Miami, South Carolina and Tennessee also intrigue Davis. At this early point in his recruitment, the Beavers might hold the commitment, but they'll have to fight to keep it when the 2018 cycle proper kicks into gear.
Source: Rivals
Jun 15 - 4:00 PM


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