On a winter day back in January, David Beaty clutched a cell phone and pulled up the Twitter account of a mostly unknown high school quarterback from Florida. In another era, Beaty may have needed to draft an official recruiting letter on Kansas University stationary or pick up the telephone at the properly designated time. Instead, Beaty just hit one button. "Follow."
Oregon State hosted a lighthearted spring game Saturday under new coach Gary Andersen that included field goals kicked by fans, a dance-off and the first look at freshman dual-threat quarterback Seth Collins.