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Oregon State vs. Utah: Beavers win, move 6-0

Oregon State secured bowl eligibility with a 21-7 win over Utah, and moved to 6-0 on the season.

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Oregon curiously falls to No. 4 in latest BCS

Maybe the computers weren't watching the same Oregon team the rest of the nation was Thursday because the Ducks were dropped to No. 4 in the latest BCS rankings.


Oregon, Oregon State in top 10 of AP Top 25 Poll

Oregon remains at No. 2 in the latest AP Top 25 Poll while the Oregon State Beavers move up one spot to No. 7.


Oregon State remains perfect with win over Utah

No. 8 Oregon State doesn't care that they're not the team in Oregon getting all the attention. The prefer to fly under the radar as they continue to climb up the rankings. The Beavers improved their spotless record to 6-0 with Saturday's win over the Utes of Utah, 21-7.

Not only does Storm Woods have one of the coolest names in college football, he's pretty good, too. The running back scored all 3 touchdowns for the Beavers In the first quarter, Woods rushed for a 1 yard touchdown. In the second, he rushed for a 2 yard touchdown. After taking a break from scoring touchdowns in the third, Woods scored his third and final touchdown of the game on a 2 yard run.

The only semi-blemish on Oregon State's game was the inability to convert on third down. In 10 tries, the team only converted twice. This lead to a busy night for punter Keith Kostol. Kostol punted 8 times for a total of 305 yards. Luckily for the Beavers, their conversion rate didn't negatively impact their victory.

Oregon State looks to go 7-0 next week when the head to Washington to face the Huskies.


Beavers hang on to slim lead going into 4th

No. 8 Oregon State is attempting to keep their perfect record, and the Utes of Utah aren't going down easily. In what is turning out to be a defensive battle, both teams would not score in the third quarter. Oregon State holds on to their slim lead going into the fourth, 14-7.

Oregon State running back Storm Woods has rushed for both of the Beavers' 2 touchdowns. Woods brings his total runs up to 13 for a total of 40 yards. Markus Wheaton leads Oregon State in receiving with 6 catches for 66 yards. Right be hind Wheaton is Storm Woods again. Receiving, Woods has 3 catches for 20 yards.

The Beavers' punter has had a busy night. Keith Kostol has punted the ball 7 times for 267 yards total. He is seeing more action due to Oregon State inability to convert on third down. The Beavers have only 2 conversions on 9 attempts. They have yet to go for it on fourth down.


Oregon, Washington headline college football slate

Previewing this week's college football schedule, with a look at the Pac-12's lineup.


OSU rises, Oregon stays at No. 2 in BlogPoll

This week's BlogPoll is out, and both schools from Oregon find themselves in the top 10 again.

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