Posted December 03, 2012 on
Shortly after accepting their invite to play Oregon State in the Valero Alamo Bowl, Texas coach Mack Brown and a few players talked about the upcoming game.
BEST OF MAXIM
Nicholls State coach Charlie Stubbs knows it may be painful now, but he believes the Colonels will be better for playing tough opponents.
They certainly saw tough on Saturday, when they lost to No. 16 Oregon State 77-3 in their regular-season finale.
It was the most points the Beavers had scored against an opponent.
The game was originally scheduled for Sept 1, but it was postponed...
Beavers put up 77 points in rout of Colonels
While the rest of the country was involved in critical conference championship games, Oregon State welcomed the visiting Nicholls State Colonels to Reser Stadium, to make up the postponed match from the beginning of the year.
Nicholls State, an FCS team with just one win on the season, hardly provided much competition for the Beavers...
Official word from the Alamo Bowl isn't expected until later tonight, after the BCS selections. But the last bit of doubt looks to have been removed according to multiple reports, with the Holiday Bowl having made their selection of UCLA.
NOW IT'S OFFICIAL: OREGON STATE IS headed to the Alamo Bowl and will square off against Texas in San Antonio on Dec. 29.
On Sunday evening, Oregon State was in the home of Beaverton (Ore.) Aloha offensive lineman Brayden Kearsley. It was an important visit for Kearsley, who is currently softly committed to BYU, for one major reason.
SELECTION SUNDAY IS upon us but as far as clarity goes, that will have to wait a few more hours. It could be San Antonio and the Alamo Bowl for Oregon State. Or it could be San Diego and the Holiday Bowl. Just as unclear, who the Beavers might square off against in either bowl.
Fontana (Calif.) Summit safety Justin Strong, an Oregon State commit, is beginning to plan his official visits...
Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos receiver Victor Bolden, an Oregon State commit, was impressed with his official visit to Corvalis...