The Oregon State Beavers began playing collegiate football in 1893. As of Dec. 2007, the Beavers have appeared in 13 bowl games and have a stellar postseason record of 8-5. The Beavers have the distinction of playing in the 1942 Rose Bowl, which because of the attack on Pearl Harbor, was played at Duke’s Wallace Wade Stadium because of travel restrictions on the West Coast at that time. Oregon State has produced 42 All-Americans and developed such talented players recently as Derek Anderson, Mike Hass, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Chad Johnson, and Steven Jackson. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Oregon State Beavers football tickets.
2015 Oregon State Season Preview
The Beavers started the 2013 season off winning 6 of their first 7 games, including 2 Pac-12 road games. Then the wheels fell off and OSU lost their final 5 regular season games, including a 1 point heart breaker to arch-rival Oregon. In the offseason the Beavers lost quarterback Cody Vaz and excellent receiver Brandin Cooks. Even with those departures, Mike Riley will have plenty of talent and experience for 2014. The defensive unit should be one of the toughest on the West Coast, with 7 senior starters headlined by linebackers D.J. Alexander, Jabral Johnson, and Michael Doctor. Sean Mannion will get another chance at leading the offence and junior running back Storm Woods looks to continue as one of the country’s most dangerous ground weapons. As always the biggest game of the year will be the Civil War against Oregon. Other games to look forward to are at Stanford, and at USC.
Check out our Oregon State Beavers Season Preview History page for previews of previous Beavers seasons.
Oregon State Beavers Football at Reser Stadium Address: 660 SW 26th St, Corvallis, Oregon, 97331
The Oregon State Beavers play their home games at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Oregon. Beaver fans will try to shake the stadium to its foundations this season, especially during the Civil War game against the archrival Oregon Ducks or against the Washington Huskies. The Oregon State Beavers home bench is on the Reser Stadium sideline with sections 111-121. Reser Stadium parking information is covered in our Beavers event guide.
Oregon State vs. Oregon
Known as the Civil War game, it’s the 7th oldest rivalry in Division I FBS football. These two routinely try to knock each other out of a possible Rose Bowl berth, while also fighting for state pride. The 2009 game had a BCS bowl game on the line for both teams, which Oregon won. Only 49 miles separates the two schools, so the division in the state cuts deep.
The “Northwest Championship”
The big rivalry that has continued to brew between Oregon State, Washington State, Oregon and Washington was called the Northwest Championship by Washington coach Rick Neuheisel, which you get when you beat all three of the other schools. OSU has won the championship in 2004 and 2007.
Oregon State in the BCS National Championship, Bowl Games, and Pac-12 Championship
After playing in several different conferences for most of the schools history, the Beavers finally got their chance to play with the top “dogs” joining the PAC 10 in 1978. Oregon State has won over 60% of their all time bowl games, which is quite impressive considering the quality of opponents they match up with. Missing out on a PAC 12 Conference Championship in ’12 the “Beavers” are proud owners of five conference titles in their school’s history. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Pac 12 Championship Game.
Oregon State Beavers Event Guide
When do the gates open prior to an Oregon State home football game?
Gates open 2 hours prior to kickoff.
What’s there to do around Reser Stadium?
The GenBeavs Kids Zone includes an obstacle course, prizes and posters for all children. There’s also the Touchdown Tailgate Zone at the Truax Indoor Center that has TVs to watch games and food an alcoholic beverages for purchase (cash only).
Where is the best place to eat in Corvallis before an Oregon State football game?
American Dream Pizza is far and away the most Corvallis place to eat, and it’s food lives up to the name. Eats & Treats Cafe is your place if you want a gluten-free alternative.