I’ll have a full report in Monday’s GT, but here are some highlights from talking with Oregon State football coach Mike Riley on Sunday night. Here’s the full story here.
RB Jacquizz Rodgers (ankle) worked out with the team earlier in the day and shouldn’t miss any practice time this week.
WR Casey Kjos (back) is still hurting. He has chronic issues there, and will ease into the week.
TE Joe Halahuni (knee) missed the workout. The hope is he won’t miss practice.
QB Lyle Moevao (shoulder) continues to throw, but isn’t full strength. He’s not hurting much so he remains No. 2.
There’s no QB controversy with Sean Canfield as the starter. Riley said it was just one off game. However, it wasn’t that bad. Remember the meltdowns early in his career?
OSU is last in the Pac-10 in allowing sacks with 10 and tied for last with Arizona State in getting sacks with two.
OSU is last in the Pac-10 in opponent third-down conversion at 42.5 percent.
Rodgers is third in the Pac-10 rushing with 114 ypg. He and his brother WR James Rodgers are tired for second in the conference in receiving with 6.3 catches a game.
Here’s a video highlight package a co-worker did from the game. While the Beavers lost it’s still interesting for you to watch.