Oregon State starting QB Ryan Katz continues to heal from a fractured wrist in his throwing arm suffered during the Civil War.
I saw him at a player organized workout and he was throwing passes with his left arm. And he was doing a heck of a job.
Don’t worry, that’s not what it has come to. He expects to be cleared to throw with his right when spring practice begins March 28.
Katz didn’t partake in the 7-on-7 drills when some zip on the ball was needed. He was the center for the QBs. Those left-handed throws were done during a warm-up drill.
Many of the guys look bigger after their offseason training. On this day, strength coach Bryan Miller worked their agility hard.
On the baseball front, here’s a link to my story in Sunday’s GT about OSU’s doubleheader sweep of Hartford. They play another doubleheader at 1 p.m. today in Goss Stadium.