Posted October 02, 2011 on AP on Fox
Cameron Marshall bulled his way to two touchdowns in the second half and No. 25 Arizona State overcame four turnovers to keep Oregon State winless with a 35-20 victory Saturday night. Arizona State (4-1, 2-0 Pac-12) had turnovers on its first three possessions to fall into a 13-0 hole before gathering itself in what was expected to be a rollover win. Brock Osweiler threw both of his touchdown passes after a shaky start and Jamal Miles had Arizona State's first punt return for a touchdown since 2005 to put the Sun Devils up eight at halftime. Oregon State (0-4, 0-2) pulled within one on James Rodgers' 5-yard touchdown reception before fading, unable to tackle Marshall on touchdown runs of 37 and 8 yards. Sean Mannion had 341 yards and a touchdown on 40-of-66 passing, but had four interceptions to prolong the Beavers' worst start since 1996.
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