Found October 25, 2012 on Oregon Sports News:
The Oregon State Beavers are flying very high. The team has its highest BCS ranking since the last poll of the 2000 season. Corvallis has been turned from a town that couldn't sell-out their biggest non-conference game ever on opening day of the season, to, just six weeks later, a town that has thousands of students camped-out over night for tickets to a drab game against Utah. It's been a miracle season so far, and while the more glamorous southern rivals Oregon flap their gums and beat their Nike-made drums about the unfairness of their # 4 ranking, the Beavers are just closing their eyes and enjoying their unreal ride through this 2012 football season. Now, OSU, for just a moment, open your eyes. Come down to reality and have a look at the opportunities you have made yourself. Think national championship, because there is no telling when you will get to have the chance to think it again. On that note, maybe Oregon State should be similarly concerned about the BCS ranki...
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