Posted November 02, 2012 on
Whether it’s notching a win that will grant bowl eligibility or erasing unpleasant November memories of years past, there is much for ASU to play for as they visit Oregon State on Saturday. What kind of challenge awaits them on the road as they meet the #13 Beavers? DevilsDigest’s Joe Healey examines ASU’s next opponent.
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Oregon State coach Mike Riley was faced with a delicate decision after the Beavers' first loss of the season last weekend - whether to start Cody Vaz or Sean Mannion at quarterback against Arizona State on Saturday night.
Mannion was the team's starter at the beginning of the season, leading the Beavers to wins in their first four games and averaging 339 yards in passing...
A look at Oregon State's recruiting class so far in 2013, with an emphasis in the Inland Empire...
Your Ricky Stanzi "America, love it or leave it!" Moment of the Day.
image via Dr. Saturday.
Halloween may be over, but the cosplaying goodness isn't quite finished. Oregon State head football coach Mike Riley tweeted out the above image of Beaver wide receiver coach Brent Brennan, who dressed up as the Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America for Halloween...
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.
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…