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2009 Oregon State Beavers football
Oregon State Beavers logo.png
Las Vegas Bowl vs. BYU, L 20–44
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
BCS #18
Coaches #20
AP #16
2009 record 8–5 (6–3 Pac-10)
Head coach Mike Riley
Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf
Defensive coordinator Mark Banker

Home stadium

Reser Stadium
Seasons
« 2008 2010 »
2009 Pacific-10 football standings
     Conf       Overall
Team W   L     W   L
#11 Oregon 8 1     10 3
Oregon State 6 3     8 5
Arizona 6 3     8 5
Stanford 6 3     8 5
#22 USC 5 4     9 4
California 5 4     8 5
Washington 4 5     5 7
UCLA 3 6     7 6
Arizona State 2 7     4 8
Washington State 0 9     1 11
† – BCS representative as champion
As of January 8, 2010 • Rankings from AP Poll

The 2009 Oregon State Beavers football team represents Oregon State University in the college football 2009 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The team's head coach, in his second stint with the Beavers, is Mike Riley who is entering his seventh straight season and ninth overall with the football squad. Home games are played at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Oregon.

Contents

Schedule

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
Non-conference Schedule
September 5* 11:30 am Portland State #25 Reser StadiumCorvallis, Oregon FSN NW W 34–7   41,679
September 12* 8:00 pm at UNLV #24 Sam Boyd StadiumLas Vegas, Nevada CBS C W 23–21   25,967
September 19* 3:45 pm #17 Cincinnati #24 Reser Stadium • Corvallis, OR FSN L 18–28   41,909
Pac-10 Conference Schedule
September 26 4:35 pm Arizona Reser Stadium • Corvallis, OR Versus L 32–37   42,119
October 3 4:00 pm at Arizona State Sun Devil StadiumTempe, AZ Versus W 28–17   45,373
October 10 4:00 pm Stanford Reser Stadium • Corvallis, OR FSN W 38–28   41,979
October 24 5:00 pm at #4 USC Los Angeles ColiseumLos Angeles, CA ABC L 36–42   89,718
October 31† 1:00 pm UCLA Reser Stadium • Corvallis, OR FSN (delay) W 26–19   41,009
November 7 4:00 pm at #23 California Memorial StadiumBerkeley, CA FSN W 31–14   56,496
November 14 12:30 pm Washington Reser Stadium • Corvallis, OR FSN NW W 48–21   45,274
November 21 2:00 pm at Washington State #20 Martin StadiumPullman, WA W 42–10   16,167
December 3 6:00 pm at #7 Oregon #16 Autzen StadiumEugene, OR (Civil War) ESPN L 33–37   59,597
Bowl Schedule
December 22* 5:00 pm vs. #14 BYU #20 Sam Boyd StadiumLas Vegas, NV (Maaco Bowl Las Vegas) ESPN L 44–20   40,018
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll released prior to game. All times are in Pacific Time Zone.

Roster

2009 Oregon State Beavers

Centers

  • 60 Alex Linnenkohl
  • 70 Grant Johnson

Cornerbacks

  • 2 David Ross
  • 3 Patrick Henderson
  • 4 James Dockery
  • 6 Sean Martin
  • 14 Kaua Olds
  • 16 Rasheed Reynolds
  • 17 Brandon Hardin
  • 20 Keynan Parker
  • 21 Tim Clark
  • 38 Brian Watkins

Defensive Ends

  • 19 Matt LaGrone
  • 41 Kevin Unga
  • 49 Andrew Seumalo
  • 55 Ben Terry
  • 66 Mana Rosa
  • 74 Kevin Frahm
  • 90 Tom Black
  • 91 Taylor Henry
  • 99 Gabe Miller

Defensive Line

  • 61 Tonu Tuimalealiifano
  • 65 Travis Horton
  • 77 Evan Hull

Defensive Tackles

  • 54 Stephen Paea
  • 78 Brennan Olander
  • 92 Mitchel Hunt
  • 95 Latu Moala
  • 96 Jesse Fafita
  • 97 Sioeli Nau
  • 98 Castro Masaniai

Linebackers

  • 13 Reuben Robinson
  • 15 Michael Doctor
  • 29 Zane Norris
  • 31 Paul Jones
  • 32 Keaton Kristick
  • 35 Keith Pankey
  • 39 Kameron Krebs
  • 43 Tony Wilson
  • 44 Devan Unga
  • 45 David Pa'aluhi III
  • 48 Walker Vave
  • 52 Keo Camat
  • 59 Dwight Roberson

Long Snappers

  • 57 Marcus Perry
  • 58 Tyler Bills

Offensive Guards

  • 51 Brent McNeil
  • 53 Colin Lyons
  • 61 Michael Lamb
  • 63 Ryan Pohl
  • 73 Gregg Peat

Offensive Linemen

  • 56 Thomas Tyler
  • 62 Geoff Garner
  • 67 Rory Ross
  • 69 Joshua Andrews
  • 71 Grant Enger
  • 74 Burke Ellis
  • 75 Nathan Hannah
  • 76 John Braun
  • 77 Michael Philip
  • 78 Ben Motter
  • 79 Aaron Magnuson
 

Offensive Tackles

  • 50 Mike Remmers
  • 64 Colin Kelly
  • 68 Wilder McAndrews
  • 72 Timi Oshinowo

Punters

  • 7 Johnny Hekker
  • 37 Ryan Allen

Place Kickers

  • 27 Justin Kahut
  • 40 Matt Barker

Quarterbacks

Running Backs

  • 1 Jacquizz Rodgers
  • 19 Jovan Stevenson
  • 22 Ashton Jefferson
  • 24 Ryan McCants
  • 26 Josh Parish
  • 33 Will Darkins
  • 34 Jordan Jenkins
  • 36 Dylan Parsons
  • 42 Clayton York

Safeties

  • 5 Cameron Collins
  • 10 Lance Mitchell
  • 12 Dax Dilbeck
  • 14 Jordan Poyer
  • 15 Levi Lavasa
  • 26 Josh LaGrone
  • 28 Suaesi Tuimaunei
  • 30 Zeke Sanders
  • 47 Anthony Watkins

Tight Ends

  • 82 Colby Prince
  • 83 Brady Camp
  • 85 John Reese
  • 87 Joe Halahuni
  • 88 Howard Croom
  • 94 Devon Kell

Wide Receivers

  • 2 Markus Wheaton
  • 4 Kaulin Krebs
  • 8 James Rodgers
  • 10 Kevan Walker
  • 15 Darrell Catchings
  • 18 Geno Munoz
  • 21 Mitch Singler
  • 23 Jordan Bishop
  • 25 Casey Kjos
  • 40 Garrett Hall
  • 46 Aaron Nichols
  • 80 Damola Adenjii
  • 81 Micah Hatfield
  • 84 Taylor Kavanaugh
  • 86 Kyle Brown
  • 89 Shawn McGarity

Game notes

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Portland State

1 2 3 4 Total
Vikings 0 0 0 7 7
Beavers 14 10 10 0 34

at Reser Stadium, Corvallis, Oregon

  • Game time: 2:30 PM EDT
  • Game weather: 60°F (Overcast)
  • Game attendance: 41,679
  • TV Coverage: FSN Northwest

Oregon State faced Portland State for the third time in history, first since 2005, which the Beavers won 41–14. The Beavers also won the first meeting in 1983, 51–14.

Behind the legs of Jacquizz Rodgers, the Beavers thumped the in-state Vikings 34–7. Oregon State scored on there first play from scrimmage, an 87 yard touchdown from Sean Canfield to James Rodgers. Quizz ran for 103 yards and three touchdowns.

Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST PSU
Q1 9:26 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 87 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 7 0
5:35 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 5 yard run Justin Kahut kick 14 0
Q2 13:05 Oregon State Justin Kahut 50 yard FG 17 0
1:59 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 1 yard run Justin Kahut kick 24 0
Q3 14:42 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 43 yard run Justin Kahut kick 31 0
1:34 Oregon State Justin Kahut 24 yard FG 34 0
Q4 2:51 Portland State Connor Kavanaugh 1 yard run Robert Truax kick 34 7

UNLV

1 2 3 4 Total
Beavers 0 6 14 3 23
Rebels 0 0 7 14 21

The fifth all-time meeting between Oregon State and UNLV will be an early road test for the Beavers. The Rebels own the series between the two, 3–1. The last time the two teams met was in 2002, in which Oregon State won 47–17.

Jacquizz Rodgers ran for 166 yards and a score and also led the team in receiving with 10 catches for 65 yards. UNLV led a 4th Quarter rally in which they went from being down 20–7 to up 21–20. Sean Canfield then executed a 2 minute drill (helped by a pass interference call on 3rd and 26) that set up the winning 33 yard field goal by Justin Kahut. The win was Mike Riley's first road win in the month of September.

Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST UNLV
Q2 1:04 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Brady Camp 1 yard pass Justin Kahut kick failed 6 0
Q3 13:07 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 2 yard run Justin Kahut kick 13 0
10:42 UNLV Omar Clayton to Rodelin Anthony 19 yard pass Kyle Watson kick 13 7
7:17 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 4 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 20 7
Q4 10:40 UNLV Mike Clausen to Rodelin Anthony 13 yard pass Kyle Watson kick 20 14
4:16 UNLV Mike Clausen to Phillip Payne 10 yard pass Kyle Watson kick 20 21
0:07 Oregon State Justin Kahut 33 yard FG 23 21

Cincinnati

1 2 3 4 Total
Bearcats 0 21 0 7 28
Beavers 6 2 7 3 18

In 2007, Oregon State traveled to Cincinnati and turned the ball over 7 times in the Bearcats 34–3 victory. They will be looking for revenge as the Bearcats come to Reser. This game will be a signature game early in the season for both teams.

Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST CIN
Q1 12:13 Oregon State Justin Kahut 46 yard FG 3 0
6:11 Oregon State Justin Kahut 39 yard FG 6 0
Q2 14:27 Cincinnati Tony Pike 7 yard run Jake Rogers kick 6 7
12:13 Oregon State Matt LaGrone 1 yard safety 8 7
6:40 Cincinnati Isaiah Pead 1 yard run Jake Rogers kick 8 14
0:18 Cincinnati Tony Pike to D.J. Woods 45 yard pass Jake Rogers kick 8 21
Q3 12:36 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 9 yard run Justin Kahut kick 15 21
Q4 13:22 Oregon State Justin Kahut 23 yard FG 18 21
8:03 Cincinnati Tony Pike to Marshawn Gilyard 19 yard pass Jake Rogers kick 18 28

Arizona

1 2 3 4 Total
Wildcats 7 7 14 9 37
Beavers 10 7 0 15 32

Once upon a time, the Wildcats owned Oregon State. They won 19 of 22 from 1966 to 1998. But those days are gone. Since 1999, the Beavers have won 9 of 10, including last season's 19–17 effort in Tucson.

Time Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST ARZ
Q1 6:25 Arizona Nick Foles to Delashaun Dean 2 yard pass Alex Zendejas kick 0 7
0:02 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Damola Adeniji 11 yard Pass Justin Kahut kick 7 7
Q2 8:25 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 1 yard run Justin Kahut kick 14 7
3:39 Arizona Greg Nwoko 19 yard run Alex Zendejas kick 14 14
0:00 Oregon State Justin Kahut 22 yard FG 17 14
Q3 6:21 Arizona Nick Foles 1 yard run Alex Zendejas kick 17 21
1:48 Arizona Nick Foles to Juron Criner 3 yard pass Alex Zendejas kick 17 28
Q4 13:44 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 2 yard run James Rodgers rush 25 28
8:08 Arizona Nick Foles to Terell Turner 13 yard pass Alex Zendejas kick 25 35
4:09 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Aaron Nichols 13 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 32 35
0:25 Arizona Earl Mitchell and D'Aundre Reed 3 yard safety 32 37

Arizona State

1 2 3 4 Total
Beavers 14 7 0 7 28
Sun Devils 3 0 7 7 17

The Beavers haven't won at Tempe since 1969, a span of 16 games. They will be looking to break the streak as the Beavers face the Sun Devils and former coach, Dennis Erickson. The Beavers got hot early and the Sun Devils were never able to recover. An early miscue by the Sun Devils punter, gave Oregon State the ball on the Arizona State 17. A few plays and Jacquizz Rodgers punched it in. Another stop by the Beavs defense resulted in another punt, this one got off cleanly. A great return by James Rodgers set up a nice 32-yard rush by Quizz for another touchdown. ASU drove down the field and was forced to settle for a short field goal. The Beavers third score came on an amazing 25-yard reception from Canfield to Rodgers. James juggled it for the first nine yards in the endzone, but recovered in time to get his foot in the last yard for the score. Arizona State came out pretty sharp as they scored on their first possession. The Beavs came out and scored on a drive with three huge plays. Most notably a long pass to James Rodgers which set up an easy score from Sean Canfield to Damola Adeniji from the 2. Arizona took too long on their next drive, trailing 28–10. It took them over 6 minutes as they finally scored with :11 seconds left. A Sun Devil failed onside kick gave the Beavers the ball. Canfield took the kneeldown and the Beavs got their first win in Tempe in 40 years.

Time Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
Q1 10:15 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 1 yard run Justin Kahut kick 7 0
8:38 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 32 yard run Justin Kahut kick 14 0
4:09 Arizona State Bobby Wenzig 35 yard FG 14 3
Q2 14:53 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 25 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 21 3
Q3 10:10 Arizona State Dimitri Nance 1 yard run Bobby Wenzig kick 21 10
Q4 7:07 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Damola Adniji 2 yard run Justin Kahut kick 28 10
0:11 Arizona State Danny Sullivan to Kyle Williams 12 yard pass Bobby Wenzig kick 28 17

Stanford

1 2 3 4 Total
Cardinal 0 7 7 14 28
Beavers 14 17 0 7 38

Stanford shocked the Beavers in the opening game of the season last year. A late OSU rally came up short when WR Darell Catchings fumbles out of the end zone for a touchback while trying to extend for a touchdown. The Cardinal won the game 36–28.

Oregon State jumped to a quick start as Jacquizz Rodgers scored the first three touchdowns in the game, giving the Beavers a 21–0 lead early in the 2nd quarter. Witt the Beavers up by 24 at the half, Stanford had to focus on moving the ball quickly with the passing game, which took running back Toby Gerhart out of the spotlight. The Beavers won 38–28.

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Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST STAN
Q1 10:11 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 7 yard run Justin Kahut kick 7 0
2:00 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 12 yard run Justin Kahut kick 14 0
Q2 9:56 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 2 yard run Justin Kahut kick 21 0
7:14 Stanford Andrew Luck to Chris Owusu 21 yard pass Nate Whitaker kick 21 7
4:32 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 16 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 28 7
0:00 Oregon State Justin Kahut 31 yard FG 31 7
Q3 7:04 Stanford Andrew Luck to Jim Dray 7 yard pass Nate Whitaker kick 31 14
Q4 14:54 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 5 yard run Justin Kahut kick 38 14
9:12 Stanford Toby Gerhart 11 yard run Toby Gerhart run for Two-Point Conversion 38 22
0:25 Stanford Toby Gerhart 2 yard run Two-Point pass Conversion Failed 38 28

USC

1 2 3 4 Total
Beavers 6 3 14 13 36
Trojans 7 14 14 7 42

In 2008, the #1 Trojans came to Corvallis and were upset 27–21. It was the second straight trip to Corvallis for USC that resulted in defeat. JacQuizz Rodgers ran for 187 yards on 37 carries and two touchdowns in the win. This year, Oregon State will attempt to win in the Coliseum for the first time since 1960. Oregon State is the second Pac-10 Conference school to have beaten USC twice during the Pete Carroll era, having done so in 2006 and 2008 (Stanford was first with victories in 2001 and 2007 and would do so again later in the 2009 season).

The last time Oregon State won against USC in the Coliseum was when Dwight D. Eisenhower was the President of the United States.

USC quarterback Matt Barkley passed to Anthony McCoy for a 8-yard touchdown to give the Trojans the early lead in the first quarter. The Beavers got on the scoreboard with two field goal kicks from Justin Kahut (both 48 yards). In the second quarter, Matt Barkley completed a pass to Ronald Johnson for a 22 yards touchdown. On second and goal, Barkley rushed for a 1-yard touchdown for the Trojans. Kahut kicked a 33-yard field goal for Oregon State just before the half.

In the third quarter, Sean Canfield passed to Jacquizz Rodgers for a 6-yard touchdown for the Beavers on a 3:06-drive that took 8 plays for 61 yards. The Trojans countered with a 7-play drive for 70 yards with Allen Bradford rushing for 2 yards for a touchdown. Canfield narrowed Oregon State's gap by completing a 15-yard scoring pass to Damola Adeniji. USC answered with Allen Bradford scoring a 43-yard touchdown.

Oregon State became the first team to score more than 10 points on the Trojans in their last ten home games (though Stanford and Arizona would both do so in their victories over USC in the Coliseum later in the season, with 55 points and 21 points, respectively).

Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST USC
Q1 9:49 USC Matt Barkley to Anthony McCoy 8 yard pass Jordan Congdon kick 0 7
5:06 Oregon State Justin Kahut 48 yard FG 3 7
1:57 Oregon State Justin Kahut 48 yard FG 6 7
Q2 12:53 USC Matt Barkley to Ronald Johnson 22 yard pass Jordan Congdon kick 6 14
2:15 USC Matt Barkley 1 yard run Jordan Congdon kick 6 21
0:05 Oregon State Justin Kahut 33 yard FG 9 21
Q3 10:26 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Jacquizz Rodgers 6 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 16 21
6:34 USC Allen Bradford 2 yard run Jordan Congdon kick 16 28
3:18 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Damola Adeniji 15 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 23 28
0:42 USC Allen Bradford 43 yard run Jordan Congdon kick 23 35
Q4 14:05 USC Damian Williams 63 yard punt return Jordan Congdon kick 23 42
12:07 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 7 yard pass Two-Point pass Conversion Failed 29 42
5:41 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 1 yard run Justin Kahut kick 36 42

UCLA

1 2 3 4 Total
Bruins 0 0 3 16 19
Beavers 3 13 0 10 26

Justin Kahut kicked two field goals, 48 yards and 42 yards, to give the Beavers a 6-point lead. Oregon State increased its lead to 13 when Jacquizz Rodgers passed to Brady Camp for a 14-yard touchdown. Kahut's third field goal gave the Beavers a 16–0 lead at the half.

In the third quarter, Kai Forbath kicked a 24-yard field goal for the Bruins. Kahut kicked his fourth field goal (31 yards) in the fourth quarter to give the Beavers a 19–3 lead. A 58-yard pass to Nelson Rosario from Kevin Prince, combined with a 2-point conversion to Rosario, put UCLA back in the game, behind by only 8 points. Then Taylor Embree caught a touchdown pass from Prince and Johnathan Franklin caught a conversion pass to tie the game for the Bruins with 2 minutes left. But James Rodgers ran into the end zone for an Oregon State touchdown on a drive of 7 plays and 70 yards. UCLA took over the ball with 44 seconds remaining in the game and failed to make a complete comeback, losing their fifth game in a row.[2]

Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST UCLA
Q1 10:35 Oregon State Justin Kahut 48 yard FG 3 0
Q2 5:56 Oregon State Justin Kahut 46 yard FG 6 0
1:12 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers to Brady Camp 14 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 13 0
0:00 Oregon State Justin Kahut 27 yard FG 16 0
Q3 9:44 UCLA Kai Forbath 24 yard FG 16 3
Q4 10:10 Oregon State Justin Kahut 31 yard FG 19 3
8:39 UCLA Kevin Prince to Nelson Rosario 58 yard pass Kevin Prince pass to Nelson Rosario 19 11
2:06 UCLA Kevin Prince to Taylor Embree 7 yard pass Kevin Prince pass to Johnathan Franklin 19 19
0:44 Oregon State James Rodgers 17 yard run Justin Kahut kick 26 19

California

1 2 3 4 Total
Beavers 7 14 3 7 31
Golden Bears 0 7 0 7 14
Jacquizz Rodgers (No. 1) scores a touchdown in the fourth quarter

Scoring in every quarter, the Beavers defeated the Bears for the fifth consecutive time at Cal, 31–14. Cal running back Jahvid Best left the game with a concussion in the second quarter. Sean Canfield threw 29 completions for 342 yards, most of them to Jacquizz Rodgers (9), James Rodges (6) and Joe Halahunt (6). Cal, after getting back in the Top 25 after four weeks, has given up more than 300 passing yards in each of the last three games.[3]

Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST CAL
Q1 3:48 Oregon State Sean Canfield 1 yard run Justin Kahut kick 7 0
Q2 13:46 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 15 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 14 0
6:07 California Javid Best 7 yard run Giorgio Tavecchio kick 14 7
1:56 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Jordan Bishop 3 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 21 7
Q3 10:29 Oregon State Justin Kahut 24 yard FG 24 7
Q4 2:08 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 24 yard run Justin Kahut kick 31 7
1:01 California Kevin Riley to Verran Tucker 3 yard pass Giorgio Tavecchio kick 31 14

Washington

1 2 3 4 Total
Huskies 0 7 0 14 21
Beavers 10 17 14 7 48

Oregon State has won 5 straight against the Huskies, including a 34–13 victory in Seattle last year. Oregon State will be celebrating Dad's Weekend as the Beavers will try to keep there very slim Rose Bowl chances alive. Washington quarterback Jake Locker will make his return to Corvallis after leaving the field on a stretcher in 2007.

Oregon State won for the sixth straight time as Sean Canfield passed for four touchdowns and Jacquizz Rodgers added 159 yards rushing and two touchdowns. The other half of the Rodgers Brothers, James caught two touchdown passes and ran the opening second half kickoff to the one yard line that really put the game away. Jake Locker passed for three touchdowns for the Huskies.


Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST UW
Q1 10:22 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Joe Halahuni 3 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 7 0
3:18 Oregon State Justin Kahut 44 yard FG 10 0
Q2 13:28 Oregon State Justin Kahut 44 yard FG 13 0
7:38 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 6 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 20 0
2:21 Washington Jake Locker to Jermaine Kearse 3 yard pass Erik Folk kick 20 7
0:24 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 10 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 27 7
Q3 14:05 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 1 yard run Justin Kahut kick 34 7
7:31 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 8 yard run Justin Kahut kick 41 7
Q4 9:27 Washington Jake Locker to Jermaine Kearse 39 yard pass Erik Folk kick 41 14
8:18 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Joe Halahuni 5 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 48 14
0:54 Washington Jake Locker to Kavario Middleton 26 yard pass Erik Folk kick 48 21

Washington State

1 2 3 4 Total
Beavers 14 7 7 14 42
Cougars 3 7 0 0 10

Oregon State has beat up on the Cougars the last two years winning by scores of 52–17 and 66–13, respectively. The Beavers will look to continue that success while Washington State will look to stop that success at home.

Oregon State beat Washington State for the third straight year. Quizz ran for 165 yards and two scores and Sean Canfield passed for 2312 yards and two scores in the victory.

Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST WSU
Q1 10:29 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Damola Adeniji 10 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 7 0
5:05 Washington State Patrick Rooney 29 yard FG 7 3
1:19 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 10 yard run Justin Kahut kick 14 3
Q2 13:46 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Joe Halahuni 10 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 21 3
0:10 Washington State Dwight Tardy 1 yard run Patrick Rooney kick 21 10
Q3 1:32 Oregon State Markus Wheaton 10 yard run Justin Kahut kick 28 10
Q4 12:10 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 39 yard run Justin Kahut kick 35 10
5:54 Oregon State Jovan Stevenson 3 yard run Justin Kahut kick 42 10

Oregon

1 2 3 4 Total
Beavers 10 13 10 0 33
Ducks 14 7 13 3 37

Oregon crushed the Rose Bowl dreams of Oregon State last year in its 65–38 drubbing of the Beavers in Reser Stadium. This year the "Civil War" game will determine the Pac-10 representative to the 2010 Rose Bowl. Oregon State won the last meeting in Autzen, 38–31 in overtime. This is the first time in the series' 112–year history that the winner gets an automatic bid to the Rose Bowl. Oregon is the heavy favorite to win the game.

For the second straight season the Oregon Ducks denied the Oregon State Beavers a trip to Pasadena to play in the Rose Bowl. This year, however, with the win the Ducks go to the Rose Bowl to play the Ohio State Buckeyes. This Civil War was a see saw battle that was exciting from the opening kick-off. LaMichael James ran for 166 yards on 25 carries that included 3 touchdowns. Jacquizz Rodgers had 64 yards rushing and 73 yards receiving and a touchdown as the two featured backs didn't disappoint. LeGarrette Blount made his return from suspension in the 3rd Quarter sparking the Ducks offense. He finished with 51 yards on 9 carries and a touchdown. The turning point in the game was a critical decision when Mike Riley opted to go for it on 4th and 15 from the Ducks 27 yard line. The pass was incomplete and the Ducks took over. The Ducks ran out the remainder of the clock after converting 2 4th down plays on the drive sealing there ticket to Pasadena. The Beavers fell all the way to the Las Vegas Bowl to play BYU.

Time Scoring Team Scoring Player Yards of Score PAT Score
ORST UO
Q1 11:21 Oregon State Jacquizz Rodgers 1 yard run Justin Kahut kick 7 0
8:14 Oregon LaMichael James 1 yard run Morgan Flint kick 7 7
5:09 Oregon State Justin Kahut 40 yard FG 10 7
3:46 Oregon Jeremiah Masoli to Jeff Maehl 73 yard pass Morgan Flint kick 10 14
Q2 7:20 Oregon State Justin Kahut 28 yard FG 13 14
4:30 Oregon State Justin Kahut 29 yard FG 16 14
1:19 Oregon LaMichael James 6 yard run Morgan Flint kick 16 21
0:14 Oregon State Sean Canfield to James Rodgers 28 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 23 21
Q3 10:51 Oregon State Sean Canfield to Casey Kjos 9 yard pass Justin Kahut kick 30 21
5:45 Oregon LeGarrette Blount 12 yard run Morgan Flint kick 30 28
2:28 Oregon State Justin Kahut 45 yard FG 33 28
1:20 Oregon LaMichael James 52 yard run Two-Point run conversion failed 33 34
Q4 10:13 Oregon Morgan Flint 34 yard FG 33 37


Rankings

Ranking Movement
Legend: ██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking. ██ Not ranked the previous week.
Poll Pre Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Final
AP NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 20 16 13 16
Coaches 25 24 24 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 20 18 16 20
Harris Not released NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 22 18 16 19
BCS Not released NR NR NR 23 19 16 16 18

Statistics

Team

Scores by quarter

1 2 3 4 Total
Oregon State 108 116 79 86 389
Opponents 34 77 65 105 281

Yardage

Stat Oregon State Opponents
Points Per Game 32.4 23.4
First Downs 261 233
Rushing Yds 1730 1376
Rushing Attempts 413 357
Avg. Per Carry 4.2 3.9
Avg. Rushing Yds. Per Game 144.2 114.7

References

  1. ^ Three and out: Beavers stun USC; BCS race wide open, Associated Press, October 28, 2006, Accessed October 15, 2008.
  2. ^ UCLA vs Oregon State (Oct 31, 2009), UCLABruins.com, October 31, 2009
  3. ^ Pacific 10 Roundup, Associated Press, November 8, 2009

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