Posted November 19, 2012 on
CORVALLIS -- Oregon's prolific offense was stymied this past week while Oregon State on O opened up the floodgates to full. How do the Beavs on offense match up against their defensive counterparts in the Civil War and vice versa?
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Oregon State Beavers are flying high with a 62-14 victory over Cal, but there is still some quality football to be played. Sean Mannion made his 6th start this season as quarterback, tying a school record with 4 touchdowns in the first half. He threw 24-34 for 325 yards and had one interception early on, but the pick was no indicator of the final outcome of the game.
While they're still underdogs, the Oregon State Beavers certainly have more reasons to be hopeful this season heading into Saturday's Civil War against rival Oregon.
The surprising No. 16 Beavers are not only buoyed by their own dramatic turnaround but also by the vulnerabilities No. 5 Oregon showed in last weekend's loss to Stanford.
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OREGON STATE and Oregon will come into the Civil War matchup on different paths. OSU played a complete game in its 62-14 dismantling of Cal. Oregon was upset in overtime at home against Stanford. But the Beavs will be the clear underdog this week in Corvallis.
(Updates. With AP Photos.) By JOEL FOWLKS Associated Press Mike Riley thought he was missing something on the field.
Just a couple minutes after Brandin Cooks had run in a 48-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter of Oregon State's 62-14 demolition of California Saturday night, a roar went up through cold, drizzly Reser Stadium.
''I was back on the bench talking...