Oregon State Beavers Football: 4 Players Arrested in College Party

Alex ShoemakerAnalyst IIAugust 15, 2011

PALO ALTO, CA - NOVEMBER 27:  Will Darkins #33 of the Oregon State Beavers walks on to the field for their game against the Stanford Cardinal at Stanford Stadium on November 27, 2010 in Palo Alto, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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It's not just the University of Oregon making headlines in the state of Oregon this offseason for the wrong reasons. 

According to Paul Baker of The Oregonian, four Oregon State players have been sited with M.I.P.s after head coach Mike Riley warned his players to behave.

The four players are redshirt freshman tight ends Conner Hamlett and Tyler Perry, freshman safety Will Storey and defensive tackle Joe Lopez.

All four players will miss at least one game, due to Oregon State University's code of conduct policy, which will be against Sacramento State. 

About 40 people were in attendance for the party, with nearly all being underage.

When police showed up, they heard people inside attempting to "shush" everyone and to lock the doors.

Police found people hiding in the shed and other places.