> People > Latu Moala The latest news from Live National Signing Day coverage, news on the latest college football commits, top prospects and analysis from Scout. College sports, NFL, hunting, fishing & more. > People > Latu Moala en-us Copyright © 2015 and All rights reserved. This website is an unofficial and independent source of news and information, and is not affiliated with any school, team or league. Sat, 28 Nov 2015 07:40:25 GMT > People > Latu Moala RSS Engine v1.1 (Server:CAMWEB01) 60 The question in the middle IT TOOK AWHILE. Oregon State didn't begin to find their stride on the interior of the defensive line until the second half of the season. But once Brennan Olander emerged, that in turn freed up Stephen Paea, and it's been a tackle-for-loss, pocket-crunching d-line of disruption ever since. Yet just as Olander was becoming a real force, he was dinged last week. What does it mean for the Civil War? 2047 JIM PHILLIPS Fri, 27 Nov 2009 21:49:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Brennan Olander Scout The Unusual Suspects: Week 4 CORVALLIS -- It's a loss, and everything is secondary to that. But there were also some performances where credit is due and BF.C goes deeper to look at some of the unsung performances, lest they fade into the background when compared to the usual suspects. 2047 TRAVIS RICE Sun, 27 Sep 2009 21:47:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate James Dockery Scout Beavs open with a bang over Portland State OREGON STATE STARTED off their 2009 campaign with a bang -- an 87-yard scoring strike on their first play from scrimmage opened the gates. The Beavs' first offensive play in the second half went 47 yards and to paydirt, too. And the Rodgers brothers took both footballs into the end zone, keying the the 34-7 victory over Portland State. 2047 JIM PHILLIPS Sat, 05 Sep 2009 21:11:00 GMT 0 182 Oregon State oregonstate James Rodgers Scout FALL CAMP DAY 15: Game prep means season near CORVALLIS -- The double day practices for fall camp concluded Wednesday, and Oregon State took it rather easy in the evening session, going helmets only and mostly drilling on the schemes of Portland State while walking through their offense and defense with just over a week to go before the season begins. 2047 FRANK HOAGLIN Thu, 27 Aug 2009 14:23:00 GMT 0 182 Oregon State oregonstate Lance Mitchell Scout P.M. DAY 13: Play of the day -- and fall camp CORVALLIS -- This play of the day may very well end up the play of the entire fall camp, and it didn't come from a back or receiver. In the trenches, Coach Cav gathers his troops and coaches 'em up. Kevin Frahm changes things up in team drills, Walker Vave with a pick and the Beaver stop corps continue to play at a high level. 2047 TRAVIS RICE Tue, 25 Aug 2009 14:52:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Latu Moala Scout FALL CAMP DAY 13: DT's rising in the P.M. CORVALLIS -- As receiver continues to sort itself out with Darrell Catchings expected out for the opener, Aaron Nichols got first team turns on Monday night. The offensive line had played stout during red ball but the Beaver d-line looked to turn the tables in team drills -- and Stephen Paea, Latu Moala and Castro Masaniai brought with them a surge the second half of practice. 2047 TRAVIS RICE Tue, 25 Aug 2009 14:25:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Stephen Paea Scout FALL CAMP DAY 10: Men in black CORVALLIS -- From the defensive front seven to the defensive backs covering the back 40, Thursday was a day where the Oregon State defenders held the upper hand. Still, it was an offensive receiver who made the play of the day, and it certainly wasn't his first one this camp. 2047 FRANK HOAGLIN Fri, 21 Aug 2009 05:04:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Latu Moala Scout FALL CAMP DAY 8: Run stoppers & Sky riders CORVALLIS -- Ryan Katz has a big arm, no doubt about it. But what's been just as impressive this camp has been his touch, and today was no different. Over on the edge, Matt LaGrone was among those who continued a solid fall camp, showing this afternoon more of his strong pass rushing skills coming off the edge. 2047 FRANK HOAGLIN Wed, 19 Aug 2009 07:48:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Matt LaGrone Scout FALL CAMP STORYLINES: Defensive Tackle OREGON STATE HAS a potential superstar at defensive tackle in the form of Stephen Paea. But with teams expected to double-team and show him much more attention in '09, which of the other DT's will step up, and how effective overall might the OSU interior d-line be this season? BF.C in a continuing series leading up to fall camp breaks down all the angles at defensive tackle.. 2047 DAN NORZ Wed, 05 Aug 2009 20:03:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Scout COMMENTARY: Grading the OSU defensive depth CORVALLIS--Despite replacing the entire front seven, the 2007 Beaver stop corps finished ranked No. 8 in total defense and led the nation in rush defense, yielding but 70.6 yards per game. The 2008 Beaver D had to replace some of the best linebackers ever at OSU. But names such as Kristick, Pa'aluhi, Pankey and Roberson emerged and quickly allayed fears over losing Doggett, LaRocque and Darlin. 2047 TRAVIS RICE Mon, 20 Jul 2009 15:36:00 GMT 0 182 Oregon State oregonstate linebacker group Scout POST-SPRING BREAKDOWN: Defensive Line CORVALLIS -- With the loss of prized bookends Slade Norris and Victor Strong-Butler to graduation, many questions were raised in the early stages of the spring ball. Who would emerge to fill their roles? Would there be a big drop-off in production? How would the black and orange pass rush be affected? And what about inside the trenches -- how is Paea looking and who might line up off his shoulder? 2047 FRANK HOAGLIN Tue, 02 Jun 2009 21:28:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Ben Terry Scout PHOTO ESSAY: Spring Ball with OSU AN INSIDE LOOK at Oregon State's spring ball preparations for the upcoming 2009 season. Among the Beavers in this exclusive photo collection, Stephen Paea, Kevin Frahm, Timi Oshinowo, Jovan Stevenson, Andrew Seumalo, Tim Clark and more, all presented in living Technicolor. 2047 AJITH RAJAN Wed, 22 Apr 2009 19:14:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Kevin Frahm Scout What's next, and now, for Beaver stop corps THERE'S STILL A bowl game to go before the book closes on 2008. And a convincing win over a strong opponent, say, No. 23 Pitt, would help salve at least some of the sting from a Civil War loss. But it's also never too early to look ahead and one of the questions surrounding next season; whither the '09 Beaver stop corps? Also, a look at a rather amusing misconception making the rounds these days. 2047 JIM PHILLIPS Thu, 04 Dec 2008 15:37:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Stephen Paea Scout Incredibly, it's thrice, into the breach "ONCE MORE UNTO the breach, dear friends, once more." Shakespeare must have been a fan of the Beavers. And how do you explain a team that not once, not twice but possibly thrice will pull off a turnaround as stunning as what looks to be coming once more in 2008? Oh sure, we're getting ahead of ourselves. But is there anyone out there who doesn't think it's going to happen? 2047 KEVIN LAMPEN Wed, 15 Oct 2008 21:46:00 GMT 0 182 Oregon State oregonstate Stephen Paea Scout NOTES: "We didn't look very smooth" THE END RESULT wasn't what the team nor Beaver Nation expected, but there are plenty of positives from Oregon State's 36-28 loss to Stanford.'s details the good (almost 500 yards of offense) and the not so good (giving up over 200 yards on the ground) in its comprehensive post game notebook. 2047 DAN NORZ Fri, 29 Aug 2008 13:04:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Scout ANOTHER VERBAL COMMIT: Beavs land JUCO DL WHEN LATU MOALA enrolled at the College of San Mateo (Calif.) two years ago, he never envisioned getting a chance to play in the Pac-10. "If you had told me back then, I wouldn't have believed you," he told Monday night, but the dream has become reality for the 6-foot-3, 265-pound defensive end, who verbally committed earlier today to Oregon State. 2047 Chris Fetters Tue, 23 Jan 2007 08:27:00 GMT 1 182 Oregon State oregonstate Scout DE Latu Moala: Makes Pac-10 pledge Hot News for DE Latu Moala 2047 Chris Fetters Tue, 23 Jan 2007 05:44:03 GMT 1 147 Washington washington