Posted September 22, 2012 on
LB MICHAEL DOCTOR talks with ESPN.com's Kevin Gemmell after Oregon State's win in Pasadena.
BEST OF MAXIM
LOS ANGELES– Oregon State broke a two-game losing streak to the UCLA Bruins on the back of Storm Woods, who ran for 96 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries.
Before the game if it was known that Brett Hundley would throw for 375 yards, the 19th ranked Bruins would certainly be predicted to win.
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