OSU struggling in Fall Camp: 'It's not just the quarterbacks, it's the offensive line'

CORVALLIS, Ore. - It's been a week and a half since the Oregon State Football team started Fall camp and there's still no indication that any of the Beavers' young quarterback candidates are grabbing the reigns of the job.

Following spring practices, it looked like Nick Mitchell and Seth Collins would battle it out for the job. But another freshman, Marcus McMaryion, is playing his way into the equation.

With a little more than two weeks to go until their season opener, the Beavers have yet to assign a name to the starting position.

"There's absolutely zero separation at the quarterback position, zero. So that's where we sit. We got a lot of things to work for, and the other thing we're not getting on offense is the supporting staff isn't exactly doing their job either. So it's not just the quarterbacks, it's the offensive line. It's the wide receivers. It's the tight ends. It's the communication. It's our inability to get plays called the right way. We have a lot of issues," said Gary Andersen, Beavers head coach.

The Beavers will hold a scrimmage Saturday. It kicks off at 11:15 and is open to the public.

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