The Oregon State Beavers were the underdogs heading into their game against the California Golden Bears, but they were certainly hoping they would be able to make a better showing than their 23-6 loss on Saturday night.
The Oregon State offensive scoring consisted entirely of two Trevor Romaine field goals in the first half. One of those field goals was a career long in Romaine's young career, a 46 yarder.
The anemic offense was the story of the game for Oregon State. They only managed to convert three of 11 third down attempts, and turned over the ball to Cal three times, on a lost fumble and two interceptions. Beavers quarterback Sean Mannion threw both interceptions and finished the game 25-for-39 with 247 passing yards.
Overall, Mannion and the passing game accounted for almost all of the Oregon State offense. OSU rushers combined for only 27 yards in the game.
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