Posted November 16, 2012 on oregonstate.scout.com
THERE’S A LESSON to be learned in Oregon State’s first loss of the season. Many will point to Alabama’s late three after Oregon State clawed back to tie the game from a double-digit, second half deficit. But the Beavs lost the game long before that.
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