Posted November 05, 2012 on
Encino (Calif.) Crespi defensive back Brandon Arnold took his second official visit of the year this past weekend to Oregon State after visiting Colorado State two weeks ago.

Devils in the Details: ASU at Oregon State

The ups and downs of the 2012 season continued as Arizona State traveled to Corvallis this weekend and fell 36-26 to Oregon State. The game started much like last week’s affair against UCLA with ASU coming out on fire. The defense was rolling in the first quarter and the offense was moving the football. But things would settle and the Beavers proved they were the sharper team...

POLLS: Beavs are ranked 11/13/12/12/8

OREGON STATE in the polling on Sunday stayed mostly where they began the weekend, though they did tick up slightly in some metrics and are now just .0004 out of the BCS top ten.

No. 13 Oregon State Beavers Back On A Roll

It was torture for Oregon State Beavers fans pre-game and especially in the first half. Cody Vaz, starting in place of Sean Mannion, fumbles the ball on the opening drive. Arizona State Sun Devils recover the ball in the end zone, putting them up 7-0. The half continued to go incredibly bad for OSU, when the Sun Devils blocked a punt and sent the ball through the back of the end...

As Wheaton (and Ward!) goes, so go the Beavs

CORVALLIS -- A strange game transpired Saturday at Reser. The Beavers tacked on a win without Sean Mannion, Jordan Poyer and Storm Woods. How was OSU able to pull out a W sans three of their marquee starters? We have the answer…

BEAVS WIN! Bounce back vs. ASU to move to 7-1

A NIGHTMARE OF a start for the Beavs. Cody Vaz was under assault. The Beaver D got run over on the first ASU drive. But Oregon State battled back. Running back Terron Ward darted to and fro. The stop corps began to find their footing. Markus Wheaton provided a spark, and then a flame. And at the end of the half, somehow the score was tied… But Oregon State was really ahead.

Jones Loves Corvallis

The Redlands (Calif.) athlete, Walter Jones, took an official visit to Oregon State, where he's committed...
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