Found September 09, 2013 on Football Nation:
Week 2 is in the books and now we have a little clarity about some of those waiver wire gems. Who was a one week stud and who has the potential to go from undrafted to a top performer? Odds are that there are still a lot of great players on your waiver wire, now you just need to grab them before your competition does.BCSSean Mannion, QB Oregon StateMannion looks to have returned to his 2011 form and is putting up big numbers for the Beavers. He and stud wide receiver Brandin Cooks have a great connection. Look for Mannion to continue his success as Oregon State has a very favorable schedule at least until the end of October.Connor Wood QB ColoradoWood is throwing the ball quite a bit for the Buffaloes and so far has had a lot of success. He is averaging 370 passing yards per game and three touchdowns. Look for the big numbers to continue this week against a poor Fresno State defense. Wood is a good QB2 in BCS leagues in week three, but after that, it remains to be seen.Nate Sudfeld,...

Oregon State downs Hawaii 33-14

Sean Mannion threw for 372 yards and four touchdowns and Oregon State rebounded from a stunning loss in their season opener with a 33-14 victory over Hawaii on Saturday. Brandin Cooks had seven catches for 92 yards and two scores for the Beavers (1-1), who fell 49-46 at home last week to lower division Eastern Washington. Oregon State had 508 yards of total offense while Hawaii...

Oregon State 33-14 over Hawaii: Week 1 game balls

OSU has big bounce back After a stunning Week 1 loss to FCS opponent Eastern Washington, the OSU Beavers needed a win. And a defense. Luckily they got both in a bounce back win against Hawaii. Despite a shaky second quarter, the Beavs dominated both sides of the ball in this one. OSU’s offense continued to roll with over 500 yards, while the D limited the Rainbow Warriors to just...

Two-Minute Drill: Oregon State vs. Hawaii

CORVALLIS – Call it a cookie cutter performance from Oregon State that gave them the 33-14 win over Hawaii. OSU’s defense held tough for much of the night. Sean Mannion threw his first interception of the season, but made up for it and then some with four touchdowns and some surprise rushing yardage. But there's much more to this win - both good and bad - that might have met the eye.
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