Found November 11, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Pac-12 North title chase had become a three horse race going into the regular season’s final weeks, as Oregon, Stanford and Oregon State were hoping to be the representative in the Pac-12 championship game on November 30. With the three schools playing each other in early November, the title holder and a potential Rose Bowl berth could come down to one of these three schools. With so much riding on the result, it’s no wonder that the Oregon State – Stanford game on November 10 was such a close battle that had both teams dealing with their emotions.After racing out to a 14 to 0 lead in the first quarter behind a rather dominant effort, Stanford threatened to run away with this game until the Beavers started to find their offense. A touchdown and field goal allowed Oregon State to pull to within 14 to 10 at the half, and they continued their strong play in the third quarter where they put up 13 points to take a nine point lead. However, Stanford scored the last two touchdowns and ...
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