Oregon State WR James Rodgers Will Play Against UCLA On Saturday

Oregon State senior receiver James Rodgers will return to the Oregon State active lineup this Saturday when the Beavers host the UCLA Bruins in the Pac-12 Conference opener for both teams, head coach Mike Riley announced Wednesday.

Rodgers is coming back from two knee surgeries after suffering a season-ending injury while scoring a touchdown in Oregon State's win over Arizona in October of 2010.

He was granted a fifth year of eligibility as he was eligible per NCAA rules for a medical hardship.

Rodgers is fourth at OSU for career receiving yards with 2,064 and third for receptions with 177. He holds the school record for all-purpose yards with 5,784, which currently ranks fourth among active FBS players. So, you can imagine the Beavers are excited to get him back in the line-up.

For more on Rodgers' attempt to return and other Oregon State news, be sure to check out Building the Dam.

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