After three years, and mounting losses, Oregon State and football head coach Gary Anderson have mutually parted ways.
Official word from Oregon State. pic.twitter.com/0TIUJQiF7U
— Kevin McGuire (@KevinOnCFB) October 9, 2017
The wording on the press release makes it sound like Anderson and the administration no longer had the same vision for the program. It’ll be interesting to see what direction Oregon State takes with its next hire, but for now Cory Hall is the interim coach.
Oregon State has only one win in 2017 and has been absolutely slaughtered in their other games and the Beavers have struggled to stay healthy at key positions — starting quarterback Jake Luton went down with a spinal column injury against WSU. Looking at the remaining schedule, it’s tough to see OSU picking up a conference win this season.
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