Found September 16, 2013 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Oregon State’s Storm Woods left Saturday’s game with a scary head injury. Luckily for Beavers fans, The Oregonian’s John Canzano posted a photo that should make fans breath easy.
Nice hospital outfit Storm!
Ow.ly – image uploaded by @JohnCanzanoBFT (John Canzano)
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Sean Mannion's 6-yard touchdown pass to Brandin Cooks in overtime pushed Oregon State past Utah 51-48 Saturday night.
Mannion completed 27 of 44 passes for 443 yards and five touchdowns in a back-and-forth thriller. Cooks had nine receptions for 210 yards and three scores as the Beavers overcame the loss of Storm Woods to a frightening neck injury and opened Pac-12 play with...
Hell of a game; thank God for a win
Sometimes you watch your team play a game, and they don’t do as well as expected. Usually in these games the score goes back and forth indefinitely, and every play is as tense as the next. At the end of a game like that, you’re just happy if your team can walk away with a win.
That sums up Oregon State’s match against Utah Saturday night...
OREGON STATE CAME out playing inspired football in the trenches against Utah, mauling the Utes in the first quarter on their way to a 20-10 halftime lead on the road. QB Sean Mannion was spot-on for stretches and Richard Mullaney and Connor Hamlett made some flat-out ridiculous grabs. But Utah fought back in the second quarter, and it's anyone's ball game still headed into the second half.
OREGON STATE FOUND a way. And the overtime thriller at Utah had a fitting conclusion, as Sean Mannion and Brandin Cooks hooked up on a 6-yard touchdown to end an epic struggle between the Beavs and the Utes.
OREGON STATE'S 51-48 WIN at Utah in overtime should have been played in San Francisco. Because this one had more twists and turns than The Tasmanian Devil riding a whirlwind down Lombard Street.
OREGON STATE TOOK two of the three Pac-12 Players of the Week honors after their scintillating 51-48 win over Utah on Saturday.
After taking his first official visit of the year two weeks ago to Oregon State, Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe receiver Jalen Brown was back in the NW to check out Oregon.