Posted November 04, 2012 on oregonstate.scout.com
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…
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