September 29, 2012; Tucson, AZ, USA; Oregon State Beavers wide receiver Kevin Cummings (84) makes a catch in front of Arizona Wildcats cornerback Jourdon Grandon (26) in the fourth quarter at Arizona Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

Oregon State wide receiver Kevin Cummings out for the season after wrist surgery

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After playing less than impressive throughout much of the game late Saturday night, the Oregon State Beavers fought back and came mighty close to tying the Stanford Cardinal in regulation. As time was winding down, a fourth-down pass from Sean Mannion thrown in the direction of wide receiver Kevin Cummings was broken up and so were the upset hopes of the Beavers.

What we learned after that game was that Cummings had broken his wrist and was listed as “day-to-day”. But on Tuesday, that tune changed, and in a bad way for Oregon State.

The Beavers’ medical staff determined that Cummings would need surgery on the wrist–which has already been done–and will now be lost for the season, according to Building the Dam.

As a senior, this will probably end his career.

Cummings finishes the year with 23 catches for 234 yards and two scores. Although they aren’t eye-popping numbers by any means, Cummings was still a good diversion to let QB Sean Mannion and fellow receiver Brandin Cooks do the amazing things they’ve done so far on the year.


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