Oregon State DT Brennan Olander is out for the Saturday’s game with Washington State and maybe the rest of the season, coach Mike Riley said Tuesday.
Olander injured his pectoral muscle close to the shoulder during the UCLA game on Saturday. A full doctor report will be in later. It could be torn.
“I have not gotten word from the doctor for how long, but I think it could be the remainder of the season,” Riley said.
Andrew Seumalo will moved from DE to DT to fill out the rotation with Stephen Paea and Kevin Frahm as the starter. Evan Hull will be the the No. 3 DT.
TE Brady Camp (back) was cleared to return this week. WR Jordan Bishop (shoulder) will try to come back fully this week. He worked out Sunday.
DT Stephen Paea (knee) will be slowed during practice early in the week.
There about 270 Club Level tickets left for the game. They go for $225 each, before service charges.
Also, the Dec. 4 Civil War game will kick off at 12:30 p.m. and be broadcast on ABC.
And here’s a great Jacquizz Rodgers quote. He was asked about the play calling and how fans have ripped OC Danny Langsdorf:
“We just have to sustain drives,” Rodgers said. “I wouldn’t question Coach Langsdorf. He’s a mastermind doing this, and he gets paid to do this. He has more knowledge than all the fans. We just have to do better.”
Quizz was so good today, here’s another quote to highlight:
“Offensively, late in the game, I don’t ready into too much stuff but I just read we have have 26 possessions in the fourth quarter and two scores. We just suck at closing out games.”