Posted September 28, 2012 on
DO YOU HAVE the Pac-12 Networks? If so, great! If not, you’ll want to make some alternative plans in advance of Saturday’s Oregon State vs. Arizona tilt -- and for next week’s OSU game with WSU, too. Yep, the next two Oregon State games are on the Pac-12 Networks. Meanwhile, if Sean Mannion’s throwing motion looked a little different than usual against UCLA, there might be a reason why..
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Sean Mannion threw for a career-high 433 yards and hit Connor Hamlett on a 10-yard pass with 1:09 left for his third touchdown, lifting No. 18 Oregon State to wild 38-35 win over Arizona Saturday night.
Oregon State (3-0, 1-1 Pac-12) took a 17-0 lead, Arizona charged back and the teams traded scores in the second half of a game filled with big plays and 1,158 yards of combined offense...
If you didn’t respect the Beavers at the beginning of the season, you do now. The Beavers are 2-0 with impressive wins over Wisconsin and UCLA. Their offense has been a surprise, but their defense has been stellar. Rich Rodriguez is coming off a serious beating by the Ducks in Eugene last week and this game will not be easy. I picked the Wildcats to win the Pac-12 and now...
If you didn’t think Desmond Howard was the heir apparent to Lee Corso… this just may confirm it.
When discussing the successes of Oregon State so far this season, Howard said he wasn’t all that big on the Beavers despite knowing that fellow analyst David Pollack is “sippin’ on that Beaver juice.” (The Big Lead).
You gotta love live TV.
h/t: The Big Lead, YouTube
Arizona is playing its most important game of the season Saturday night against Oregon State. Read on to see how WildcatAuthority.com predicts it will go.
Matt Scott marched Arizona quickly down the field, hitting Austin Hill for a touchdown that gave the Wildcats a three-point lead.
They just left too much time for Sean Mannion and No. 18 Oregon State.
Scott threw for a career-high 403 yards and three touchdowns, but had two interceptions and Arizona couldn't stop Mannion in the closing minutes in a 38-35 loss to the Beavers...
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Sean Mannion threw for a career-high 433 yards and hit Connor Hamlett on a 10-yard pass with 1:09 left for his third touchdown, lifting No. 18 Oregon State to wild 38-35 win over Arizona Saturday night.
Oregon State (3-0, 1-1 Pac-12) took a 17-0 lead, Arizona charged back and the teams traded scores in the second half of a game filled with big plays and 1,158...
Saturday's Oregon State game may be the biggest of the season for Arizona. Listen to the podcast to hear Senior Editor Jason Scheer and Staff writer Jason Nimrichter break it down.
Oregon State's defense is off to a strong start. Read on to see what the strengths are, players to keep an eye on, and much more.
Oregon State defeated Arizona 38-35 on Saturday night. Read on to see a complete recap of how it happened.
THE BEAVER NATION got all the excitement they wanted, and a little bit more, as No. 18 Oregon State pulled out a thrilling 38-35 win at Arizona. Tight end Connor Hamlett caught the winning touchdown pass from Sean Mannion -- one of four he threw on the night -- and corner Rashaad Reynolds close the door for good on Arizona's final drive with a nifty pick that finally, irrevocably...
THERE'S STILL PLENTY of time until Oregon State and Arizona clash on the gridiron. In the meantime, waste some time with these videos including some footage from the 1965 Rose Bowl.
Arizona is looking to bounce back after a loss to Oregon by taking on Oregon State on Saturday night. Read on for a complete preview of the game.
David Woods and Jon Gold recap the Oregon State game, discuss the Pac-12 race, and preview Colorado this weekend for the Bruins...
Rich Rodriguez met with the media after Wednesday's practice to discuss Oregon State, the play of the defense, and much more. View the video for the latest.