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OFFICIAL GAME NOTES

SCHEDULE & RESULTS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 W, 10-7 FX W, 27-20 ABC W, 38-35 PAC-12 NETWORKS W, 19-6 PAC-12 NETWORKS W, 42-24 ABC W, 21-7 ESPN2

GAME 7 • 7:22 P.M. • OCT. 27, 2012
NO. 7/9 OREGON STATE BEAVERS
(6-0, 4-0 Pac-12)

#13 WISCONSIN
RESER STADIUM, CORVALLIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
AT

#19 UCLA

at WASHINGTON HUSKIES
(3-4, 1-3 Pac-12) TELEVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pac-12 Networks TV REPLAYS . . . . . . . Pac-12 Oregon (10/29 @ 9 p.m.; 10/30 @ 8 a.m. & 8 p.m.; 11/1 @ 6 p.m.* * as of Oct. 22
Ted Robinson, play-by-play Glenn Parker, analyst Ryan Nece, sideline

ROSE BOWL, PASADENA SATURDAY, SEPTEMEBER 29
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ARIZONA

ARIZONA STADIUM, TUCSON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6

WASHINGTON STATE
RESER STADIUM, CORVALLIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13
AT

PAC-12 PLAYBOOK (coaches show) - debuts 10/30 at 9 p.m. on Pac-12 Networks RADIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beaver Sports Network (see page 3 for station list)
Mike Parker, play-by-play Jim Wilson, analyst Ron Callan, sideline Steve Preece, pre-game Scott Lynn, post-game

BYU

LAVELL EDWARDS STADIUM, PROVO SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20

SPANISH RADIO . . . . . . . . . KWBY 940 AM
Juan De Dios Andrade, play-by-play Jose Luis Lupercio, analyst

UTAH
RESER STADIUM, CORVALLIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 • 7:22 P.M.
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SATELLITE RADIO . . . . . . . . Sirius Channel 128 / XM Radio Channel 1939 LIVE AUDIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . osubeavers.com • Beaver Nation Online GAMETRACKER . . . . . . . . . . osubeavers.com RANKINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oregon State: BCS - No. 7; AP - No. 7; USA Today - No. 9 / Washington: BCS - NA; AP - NA; USA Today - NA SERIES HISTORY. . . . . . . . . Washington leads 58-34-4

WASHINGTON
PAC-12 NETWORKS

CENTURYLINK FIELD, SEATTLE

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 • 7:30 P.M.

THIS WEEK: No. 7 AP & BCS/No. 9 USA Today Oregon State (6-0, 4-0 in Pac-12) travels to Seattle this weekend to face the Washington Huskies (3-4, 1-3). The game will kickoff at 7:22 p.m. PDT from CenturyLink Field, the home of the Seattle Seahawks/Sounders. The game airs on the Pac-12 Networks. THE SERIES: The series dates back to 1897 when Oregon State won a 16-0 decision at home. Overall Washington has the advantage 58-34-4 thanks mainly to a 25-2 run between 1975 and 2003. OSU had a six-game win streak snapped in a 35-34 double overtime loss at Husky Stadium in 2010, but won last season at Reser Stadium 38-21 behind Sean Mannion’s 339 yards passing and two touchdown passes. Markus Wheaton caught seven passes for 125 yards and Jovan Stevenson, then a running back now a cornerback, rushed for three touchdowns. OSU held a 484-315 advantage in total yards. James Rodgers became OSU’s all-time leader for receptions in the game passing Mike Hass (2002-2005) with 222 receptions. UNDEFEATED AT THE “CLINK”: Oregon State beat Washington State last year at CenturyLink Field 44-21 on Oct. 22, 2011. Sean Mannion passed for a then career-high 376 yards and four touchdowns in front of 49,219 fans. Malcolm Agnew rushed for 103 yards and Markus Wheaton made five receptions for 99 yards. THE RANKINGS: The Beavers appear in the Associated Press top-25 rankings for the fifth consecutive week. The No. 7 ranking is the highest for the Beavers since ending 2000 at No. 4 after defeating Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl and capping an 11-1 season. A win Saturday would keep OSU in the top 25 for six consecutive weeks for the first time since that 2000 season. 1907: The last time OSU started the season 6-0 was 1907 when it won the Coast title that included victories over Astoria (Oregon Coast), Whitworth (Washington small college), Pacific (Oregon, not California), Oregon, Willamette (small college school in Salem, Ore.) and St. Vincent College (now Loyola Marymount) of Los Angeles in the Coast title game – it was the first time a team from the Oregon Agricultural College, as it was known then, had traveled outside of the Pacific Northwest. At no time in history has the football program at Oregon State been 7-0. If the Beavers prevail Saturday night it would be the first seven-game win streak since 2000 that included the Fiesta Bowl win over Notre Dame.
2012 BEAVER FOOTBALL • GAME SEVEN • OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON • OCTOBER 27, 2012

ARIZONA STATE
RESER STADIUM, CORVALLIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 • TBA
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ESPN/ESPN2

STANFORD

STANFORD STADIUM, STANFORD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17 • TBA

CALIFORNIA
RESER STADIUM, CORVALLIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 • TBA

OREGON
RESER STADIUM, CORVALLIS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 • 11:30 A.M.

NICHOLLS STATE
RESER STADIUM, CORVALLIS PAC-12 NETWORKS

MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT INFO
Steve Fenk, Associate A.D. / Athletic Communications
office . . . . . . . . . . . . . (541) 737-7470 cell . . . . . . . . . . . . (541) 230-0627 email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . steve.fenk@oregonstate.edu

Jason Amberg, Assistant Director
office . . . . . . . . . . . . . (541) 737-7469 cell . . . . . . . . . . . . (541) 230-0706 email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . jason.amberg@oregonstate.edu

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2012 QUICK FACTS
GENERAL INFORMATION
LOCATION: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Corvallis, Oregon FOUNDED: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1868 ENROLLMENT: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,000 PRESIDENT: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Edward Ray FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Joseph Spatafora DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bob De Carolis ATHLETIC DEPT PHONE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-737-7373 GAME OPERATIONS DIRECTOR: . . . . . . John Cheney / Associate A.D. DIR. OF TICKET OPERATIONS: . . . . . . .Cecil Hairston / Assistant A.D. CONFERENCE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pac-12 Conference NICKNAME: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beavers MASCOT: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Benny Beaver COLORS: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orange and Black FIRST YEAR OF FOOTBALL: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1893 ALL-TIME RECORD: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .513-547-50 (.485) ALL-TIME BOWL RECORD: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5 (.667)

STILL STANDING: Oregon State is one of 11 Football Bowl Subdivision teams that remain undefeated, and per Jeff Sagarin of the USA Today the Beavers have had the second-toughest route to keep a zero in the loss column. The Sagarin rankings schedule strength for the unbeaten has Florida at No. 10 followed by Oregon State (15), Notre Dame (20), Alabama (26), Kansas State (45), Oregon (58), Ohio State (59), Rutgers (98), Louisville (105), Mississippi State (119) and Ohio (173). BOWL ELIGIBILITY: Oregon State, Oregon and USC are bowl eligible from the Pac-12 Conference. For the Beavers it’s the earliest time in school history. Courtesy of John Hunt of The Oregonian – “No team in the Pac-8/Pac-10/Pac-12 has had a record as bad as OSU did (3-9) and played in a bowl the following year.”

WEEKLY MEDIA INFORMATION
WEEKLY MEDIA AVAILABILITIES: Oregon State football studentathletes will be available after practices on Monday and Thursday during game weeks - barring class conflict. Coaches will be available after every practice. PAC-12 TELECONFERENCE CALL: The weekly Pac-12 Teleconference is every Tuesday. Mike Riley will be available from 10:2510:35 a.m. For the conference number please contact the OSU Communications Office at (541) 737-3720. BEAVERS SPORTS TALK: Most of the Beaver Sports Radio Network carries “Beavers Sports Talk” a weekly statewide call-in show every Thursday night from 7-8 p.m. featuring Mike Riley and Mike Parker. BST is live from McMenamins Brewpub on Monroe Street in Corvallis. The show is also streamed live on Beaver Nation Online at www.osubeavers.com.

STADIUM INFORMATION
STADIUM:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reser Stadium (renamed in 1999) OPENED:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1953 (then Parker Stadium) RENOVATED: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 CAPACITY: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45,674 PLAYING SURFACE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FieldTurf ALL-TIME RECORD: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139-128-4 (.520)

PAC-12 4-0: The last time OSU won its first four conference games of the season was 1968, the first year of the Pac-8 Conference, opening the league slate at 4-0. Oregon State has never been 5-0 in any league standings in history. RILEY GETS RECORD: Beaver head coach Mike Riley became the school’s all-time leader for football victories when he notched his 75th (now 78) Sept. 29 at Arizona, passing Lon Stiner (1933-48). The 12thyear head coach has 51 league victories (the most by an active coach), tied for 14th in the Pac-12 record book with former Husky head man James Phelan (1930-41). For more on Riley see his bio on page 4 in this week’s game notes. SINGLE DIGITS: Oregon State has allowed nine or fewer points in three games this season, the most since achieving the same defensive feat in 2008 (Hawai’i, UCLA, Pitt). The last time a Beaver defense gave up nine or fewer points in more than three games was that 2000 Fiesta Bowl Season (San Diego State, Stanford, WSU, Arizona, Notre Dame). The last time the Huskies didn’t reach double figures vs. OSU was 1974, a 23-9 Beaver victory in Corvallis. The Beavers’ three games of allowing nine or fewer points ranks tied for third in all of the FBS following the four games by BYU and Florida State (2 vs. FCS teams). 38.5: The average number of points for Oregon State against Washington the last four games; three victories. In those four games the Beaver offense has averaged 407.5 yards, including 484 yards last season. RUSH DEFENSE: Oregon State enters the week fifth in the nation and second in the Pac-12 for rush defense, allowing 80.8 yards per game. Only Alabama (58.7 yds), Florida State (69.1), Rutgers (69.1) and Stanford (77.0) rank higher in the country. In 2007, under the guidance of current defensive coordinator Mark Banker, OSU led the nation for the season for rush defense surrendering 70.6 yards per game. The Beavers run defense has been strongest in years they play multiple linemen – this year 10 have played to this point. THIRD AND LONG: OSU enters Saturday’s game leading the Pac-12 and is third in the nation for third-down percentage defense, allowing 25.3 percent (21-83). Florida State (23.2) and Alabama (25.0) are the only two teams that fare better on defense on third down. Last season the Beavers ranked 104th for third down defense, allowing 47.4 percent. The Beaver defense is forcing an average of four three-and-outs per game. 6: As in the number of points the Beavers have allowed in the fourth quarter of the last three games combined. OSU has gone the last 50:34 of fourth quarters without surrendering a touchdown. The last three opponents have converted just 2 of 10 third down attempts in the final period.
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COACHING STAFF
HEAD COACH: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Riley (Alabama, ‘75) RECORD AT OREGON STATE: . . . . . . . . . . . 78-63, .553 (11 seasons) CAREER COLLEGIATE RECORD: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same ASSISTANT COACHES Jay Locey (Oregon State, ‘79). . . . . . . . . Asst. Head Coach / Tight Ends Mark Banker (Springfield College, ‘78) . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator Bruce Read (Portland State, ‘86) . . . . . . . Coordinator of Special Teams Danny Langsdorf (Linfield College, ‘95) . . . . Off. Coord. / Quarterbacks Chris Brasfield (Texas Christian, ‘96) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Running Backs Brent Brennan (UCLA, ‘96) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wide Receivers Mike Cavanaugh (Southern Connecticut State, ‘86) . . . . . Offensive Line Rod Perry (Oregon State, ‘02). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secondary Joe Seumalo (Hawai’i, ‘95) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Line Trent Bray (Oregon State, ‘05) . . . . . . . . . . . . Grad. Asst. / Linebackers Alan Darlin (Oregon State, ‘09) . . . . . . . . . . Grad. Asst. / Defensive Line Mitch Meeuwsen (Oregon State, ‘07) . . . . Grad. Asst. / Defensive Backs Tavita Thompson (Oregon State, ‘08) . . . . . .Grad. Asst. / Offensive Line

TEAM INFORMATION
BASIC OFFENSE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Multiple BASIC DEFENSE:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Multiple 2011 RECORD: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9, 3-6 (5th Pac-12 North; 9th) 2011 BOWL: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None 2011 FINAL RANKINGS: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Not ranked LETTERMEN RETURNING: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 (22 offense, 23 defense, 1 specialist) LETTERMEN LOST: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 (13 offense, 14 defense, 2 specialists) STARTERS RETURNING: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 (7 offense, 8 defense, 1 specialist)
OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: Wheaton (X), J. Andrews (LG), Enger (RG), Kelly (RT), Prince (TE), Agnew (RB), Mannion (QB) DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: Crichton (DE), A. Seumalo (DT), D. Wynn (DE), Doctor (WLB), Taumoepeau (MLB), Poyer (LCB), Reynolds (RCB), A. Watkins (S) SPECIAL TEAMS STARTERS RETURNING: Romaine (PK)

STARTERS LOST:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 (4 offense, 3 defense, 2 specialists)
OFFENSIVE STARTERS LOST: Bishop (R), Remmers (LT), Johnson (C), Rodgers (Y) DEFENSIVE STARTERS LOST: Frahm (DT), C. Collins (SLB), Mitchell (S) SPECIAL TEAMS STARTERS LOST: Hekker (P), M. Perry (LS)

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OSU @ WASHINGTON POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE

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10:30 p.m. (approx) 6 p.m.
Players (barring class conflict) and coaches are available to the media following practice.

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Players (barring class conflict) and coaches are available to the media following practice.

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2012 BEAVER FOOTBALL • GAME SEVEN • OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON • OCTOBER 27, 2012

BEAVER SPORTS RADIO NETWORK
MARKET Astoria Baker City Bend Brookings Burns Coos Bay Corvallis Corvallis Cottage Grove Enterprise Enterprise Eugene Eugene Florence Florence Grants Pass Hermiston Klamath Falls La Grande Lakeview Lakeview Mapleton Medford Newport Ontario Pendleton Pendleton Portland Portland Portland Prineville Roseburg Salem The Dalles Tillamook Waldport Woodburn CALL LETTERS KAST-AM KBKR-AM KICE-AM KURY-AM KORC-FM KBBR-AM KEJO-AM KLOO-AM KNND-AM KWVR-AM KWVR-FM KKNX-AM KLZS-AM KCFM-FM KCFM-AM KAKT-FM KOHU-AM KLAD-AM KLBM-AM KQIK-AM KQIK-FM KCFM-FM KAKT-FM KNPT-AM KSRV-AM KUMA-AM KTIX-AM KEX-AM KEX-FM KPOJ-AM KRCO-AM KSKR-AM KBZY-AM KODL-AM KTIL-AM KWDP-AM KWBY-AM FREQ. 1370 1490 940 910 92.7 1340 1240 1340 1400 1340 92.1 840 1450 104.1 1250 104.7 1360 960 1450 1230 93.5 103.1 105.1 1310 1380 1290 1240 1190 102.3 620 690 1490 1490 1440 1590 820 940

7: As in first quarter points allowed by the Beavers this season, the fewest in the Pac-12 Conference. Stanford has allowed 13, followed by Oregon (26), Arizona (30), USC (31), Arizona State (32), UCLA (37), Cal (58), Washington (58), WSU (58), Utah (62) and Colorado (65). TAKE THE LONG WAY HOME: Oregon State enters Saturday having put together scoring drives of 74-plus yards 16 times through the first six games, including eight of 80-plus yards. All of last season, the Beavers achieved scoring drives of 70-plus 13 times. Those long drives in combination with OSU’s third down defense has allowed the Beavers to rank tied for seventh in the nation and first in the Pac-12 for average time of possession at 33.24. INTERCEPTION: Oregon State has 12 interceptions for the season (11 last season), nine in the last three games, to rank tied for ninth in the country. CB Jordan Poyer has five of those 12 to rank tied for second in the NCAA per game with .83 and second for overall behind the 7 of Fresno State’s Phillip Thomas. Poyer now ranks tied for ninth for career interceptions at OSU with 11. He was the Walter Camp Co-Player of the Week and the Jim Thorpe (nation’s top CB) Player of the Week for Oct. 8 after his three interceptions against Washington State.

PAC-12 PRESEASON MEDIA POLL
NORTH DIVISION 1. Oregon (117) 2. Stanford (5) 3. Washington 4. California (1) 5. Washington State 6. Oregon State SOUTH DIVISION 1. USC (117) 2. Utah (1) 3. UCLA (2) 4. Arizona 5. Arizona State (3) 6. Colorado PAC-12 TITLE GAME CHAMPION: USC (102 votes) Others receiving votes: Oregon (18), Arizona State (3) 732 533 502 382 228 205 729 514 435 385 353 164

2012 RANKINGS
Preseason Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 BCS — — — — — — — 8 7 AP — RV RV RV 18 14 10 8 7 USA TODAY — RV RV RV 21 17 14 11 9

LOCKDOWN CORNERS: Part of Oregon State’s defensive strategy is based on its ability to put starting cornerbacks Jordan Poyer and Rashaad Reynolds in man-to-man coverage. The duo has responded with being among the national leaders for passes defended (breakups & interceptions). Reynolds ranks tied for second in the nation averaging 2.2 passes defended per game while Poyer is tied for 14th at 1.4. ROAD TEAM: Statistically speaking, the Beavers have been somewhat of an anomaly in home vs. road games. Here is a closer look: Road (3 gms) Home (3 gms) Diff. Scoring 35.7 16.7 19 Scoring Defense 26.3 6.7 16.6 Total Offense (avg.) 521.3 317.0 204.3 Opp. Total Offense 458.3 247.0 211.3 DYNAMIC DUO: One is the crafty veteran, fourth-year senior Markus Wheaton. The other is the upstart sophomore Brandin Cooks. Together they form one of the most dangerous receiving duos in the nation. Cooks is ninth in the nation with 111.3 yards receiving per contest while Wheaton is 10th at 109.0 – only West Virginia can match the Beavers with two players in the top 10. Wheaton is sixth in the country for receptions per outing at 8.0. At their current pace they would become the first two Beavers to eclipse 1,000 yards receiving in the same season since James Newson (1,306) and Mike Hass (1,013) in 2003. WHEATON STREAK: Senior wide receiver Markus Wheaton has quietly put together a 29-game streak of receptions; third in the Pac-12. Wheaton has 184 receptions, fourth for a career at OSU. He also has 2,404 yards receiving, fifth at OSU. The Civil War in November will match two of the fastest players in the country, based on results of a May 4, 2012 track meet in Eugene – in the 100 meters Wheaton placed second with a 10.58 and Oregon’s De’Anthony Thomas third at 10.65. For more on Wheaton’s career stats please turn to page 15 of this week’s game notes. AFTER THE CATCH: The Beaver quarterbacks have used two of their biggest playmakers to eat up yards after making the reception. Brandin Cooks has 355 yards following his receptions or an average of more than 59 yards per game. Markus Wheaton has 194 yards, an average of 32 yards per contest. YARDS AFTER CATCH
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah COOKS 56 138 21 19 53 10 WHEATON 26 41 79 38 19 49

BROADCAST - 4 hours prior to kickoff on KEJO (1240 AM) - 3 hours prior to kickoff on Newsradio 1190 KEX - 2 hours prior to kickoff on the entire network GAME DAY — Beaver Sports Properties, a division of Learfield Sports, produces game-day radio broadcasts and special programming, syndicated on the Beaver Sports Radio Network. The 8-hour broadcasts consist of over 30 stations across Oregon and is anchored by the Portland flagship station Newradio 1190 KEX. There will continue to be several options to complement local radio with football and men’s basketball games available on XM Satellite Radio (official partner of the Pac-12 Conference), internet audio through Beaver Nation Online’s audio/visual service. Beaver Nation Online links are available at www.osubeavers.com (via several subscription-based plans). BEAVERS IN SPANISH — In 2003, Oregon State Athletics, through Beaver Sports Properties, became the first Northwest school to offer Spanish-language broadcasts to the Latino community. For the ninth consecutive year every football game will be offered in Spanish and in 2012 it will be available by a new partnership with KWBY-AM, in Woodburn, covering the Willamette Valley. Juan De Dios Andrade handles play-by-play and Jose Luis Lupercio returns as analyst. BEAVER NATION LIVE — KEX sports director and OSU post-game reporter Scott Lynn hosts a Beaver-themed show on sister station 620 KPOJ. The show airs weekdays from 6-7 p.m. in Portland. THE JOE BEAVER SHOW — Each weekday from noon to 2 p.m. Mike Parker and Jon Warren host an OSU sports-themed show in the Greater Corvallis area on 1240 KEJO.

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2012 BEAVER FOOTBALL • GAME SEVEN • OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON • OCTOBER 27, 2012

HEAD COACH MIKE RILEY
Mike Riley recently became Oregon State’s all-time winningest football coach with 78 victories and is the longest tenured coach in the Pac-12 Conference, entering his 12th season leading the Orange and Black. His résumé sparkles with achievements. He was the 2008 American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Pac-10 Conference and State of Oregon Coach of the Year, and his teams have appeared in the final Associated Press top-25 rankings in three of the last six seasons. The 59-year-old head coach has guided the Beavers to six bowl games in the last nine years, winning five, and started the rejuvenation of the program during his first tenure in 1997-98 that subsequently made three postseason appearances. A former head coach for the NFL’s San Diego Chargers, Riley is in his 12th season at Oregon State overall. Riley was hired as OSU’s head coach for the second time Feb. 19, 2003. He has also led his team to outstanding success in the classroom, where over the last five years Beavers have been honored by the league for academic achievement 56 times. He’s also developed future NFL players with 25 draftees since his second arrival in 2003 and has had 77 all-conference selections. Riley is the first coach in OSU history to win more than one NCAAsanctioned bowl game at OSU, capturing hte 2003 Las Vegas Bowl, the 2004 Insight Bowl, the 2006 and 2008 Sun Bowls and the 2007 Emerald Bowl titles. He also is the first coach to lead the program to more than one winning conference season (5-3 in ‘04, 6-3 in ‘06, 6-3 in ‘07, 7-2 in ‘08 and 6-3 in ‘09) since 1969. Mike and his wife, Dee, are the parents of one son, Matthew, and one daughter, Kate. They also have a grandson, Elijah Jo. Matt, an OSU graduate, is currently employed in the Beaver Athletic Department as a video specialist and his wife Lydia (an OSU graduate student) live in Corvallis. Kate is a 2011 OSU graduate and also resides in Corvallis. For Riley’s complete biography turn to page 48 of the 2012 Oregon State Football Media Guide or go to www.osubeavers.com.

CRICHTON AMONG LEADERS: Sophomore defensive end Scott Crichton is second in the nation for sacks per game at 1.3. He now has 14 for his career, which already ranks tied for eighth in the OSU record book. Five of his eight sacks for the season have been in the last three games. With seven forced fumbles for his career, he ranks tied for second in OSU history. He was named to Mark Schlabach’s ESPN.com Midseason All-America team. MANNION’S NUMBERS: Sophomore co-team captain Sean Mannion, who returns to the starting lineup Saturday after missing two games following left knee surgery, is already among the Beaver elite quarterbacks after just 14 starts (16 games total). He is sixth for career passing with 4,686 yards. He has a chance to be OSU’s leader for career passing yards, which is currently held by Derek Anderson (2001-04) with 11,249 yards. For more on Mannion career numbers please turn to page 15.

CAREER STARTS
Michael Philipp, OT Markus Wheaton, WR Scott Crichton, DE Colin Kelly, OT Jordan Poyer, CB Rashaad Reynolds, CB Michael Doctor, OLB Andrew Seumalo, DT Colby Prince, TE Grant Enger, OG Sean Mannion, QB Dylan Wynn, DE Feti Taumoepeau, MLB Josh Andrews, OG Rueben Robinson, LB Anthony Watkins, SS Brandin Cooks, WR Castro Masaniai, DT Ryan Murphy, FS D.J. Alexander, OLB Isaac Seumalo, C Storm Woods, RB Tyrequek Zimmerman, SS Malcolm Agnew, RB Clayton York, FB Kevin Cummings, WR Terron Ward, RB Cody Vaz, QB Connor Hamlett, TE Jordan Jenkins, RB Jovan Stevenson, CB Tyler Anderson, FB Sean Martin, CB 28 (6 straight) 26 (23 straight) 18 (straight) 18 (straight) 18 (straight) 18 (straight) 17 (16 straight) 17 (16 straight) 17 (15 straight) 16 (straight) 14 13 (10 straight) 13 12 (10 straight) 11 11 9 (7 straight) 8 (6 straight) 8 (6 straight) 6 (straight) 6 (straight) 6 (straight) 6 (straight) 5 4 3 3 2 (straight) 2 2 2 1 1

PLAYING CAREER
Cornerback at Alabama, 1971-74

COACHING CAREER
2003-present . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oregon State (Head Coach) 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . New Orleans Saints (Asst. Head Coach/Secondary) 1999-2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . San Diego Chargers (Head Coach) 1997-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oregon State (Head Coach) 1993-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . USC (Off. Coord./QBs/Asst. Head Coach) 1991-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .San Antonio, WLAF (Head Coach) 1987-90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Winnipeg, CFL (Head Coach) 1986 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Northern Colorado (Defensive Coordinator) 1983-85 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Winnipeg, CFL (Secondary Coach) 1977-82 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Linfield College (Def. Coord./Secondary) 1976 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Whitworth College (Graduate Assistant) 1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California (Graduate Assistant)

VAZ 2-0 AS A STARTER: Junior quarterback Cody Vaz, who was awarded one of the Manning Award’s Stars of the Week Oct. 22, took the place of Sean Mannion as the starting quarterback for the BYU and Utah games. Vaz, a redshirt-junior, played in six games in 2010 in a backup role, completing 6 of 17 passes for 48 yards. His 332 yards passing in his first start of his collegiate career at BYU was the most since Matt Moore had 367 in the 2005 opener and he was selected the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week. He was 24-5 as a starter at St. Mary’s High School in Stockton, Calif., where he was named the Stockton Record Player of the Year following the ’08 season. He was one of 10 finalists for the Cal-Hi Sports.com Mr. Football State Player of the Year. In his final two seasons as the starting quarterback Vaz completed 473 of 721 pass attempts for 7,176 yards and 64 touchdowns. UNDEFEATED ON THE ROAD: Oregon State has won all three of its road games (Arizona, UCLA, BYU) this season putting it in rare company nationally. Nevada and Rutgers are 4-0 on the road, followed by 3-0 road teams Oregon State, Kansas State, Texas Tech, TCU, Rutgers, Louisville, Ohio, Northern Illinois, Florida, Alabama, Troy and Louisiana Tech. PLUS-10: As in turnover margin for the Beavers, the best in the Pac-12. OSU’s defense has recovered four fumbles and has 12 interceptions. Last season OSU was 100th at minus-8. SIX GAMES, FOUR PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: Four Beavers have earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors this season. Cody Vaz earned the honor for Oct. 15 after his 332-yard effort passing in the win at BYU in his first start. OSU’s other honorees include Sean Mannion after a 433-yard three-touchdown effort at Arizona. Keith Kostol, in only his second career game, was the Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week for Sept. 24 after punting seven times for a 43.9 yards average and pinning UCLA inside its 20-yard-line four times in the 27-20 win at the No. 19 Bruins. He also had a boot of 61 yards. Linebacker D.J. Welch (now D.J. Alexander) earned Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week following the Sept. 8 win over then No. 13 Wisconsin after making seven tackles, including two-for-loss. IT’S ALL IN A NAME: Two Beavers have changed their last names during the season. Linebacker Feti ‘Unga switched to Feti Taumoepeau in honor of his mother Ofa before the year began and linebacker D.J. Welch changed his name to D.J. Alexander on Oct. 15 in OVERTIME HISTORY honor of his stepfather Eugene.
Sept. 26, 1996 Nov. 21, 1998 Nov. 3, 2001 Sept. 4, 2004 Dec. 1, 2007 Oct. 16, 2010 Sept. 3, 2011 at California vs. Oregon at USC at LSU at Oregon at Washington vs. Sacramento State Loss Win Loss Loss Win Loss Loss 42-48 (3 OT) 44-41 (2 OT) 13-16 21-22 38-31 (2 OT) 35-34 (2 OT) 29-28

BOWL GAMES
2009 2008 2007 2006 2004 2003 Las Vegas Bowl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L, BYU 44 - OSU 20 Sun Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, OSU 3 - Pittsburgh 0 Emerald Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, OSU 21 - Maryland 14 Sun Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W, OSU 39 - Missouri 38 Insight Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, OSU 38 - Notre Dame 21 Las Vegas Bowl. . . . . . . . . . . . .W, OSU 55 - New Mexico 14

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD AT OSU
1997 1998 2003 2004 2005 2006 TOTAL 3-8 2007 5-6 2008 8-5 2009 7-5 2010 5-6 2011 10-4 2012 12th season 9-4 9-4 8-5 5-7 3-9 6-0 78-63 (.553)

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BY THE NUMBERS (TEAM)
Team Offense Scoring Rushing Passing Total Offense Pass Efficiency First Downs/Game 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions Red Zone Sacks Against Time of Possession Team Defense Scoring Rushing Passing Total Defense Pass Efficiency Opp. First Downs/Game 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions Red Zone Sacks Miscellaneous Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Net Punting Turnover Margin Fewest Penalties/Game Fewest Penalized Yards/Game Kickoff Coverage Punt Coverage Pac-12 7 10 3 6 4 8 7 t7 3 4 1 Pac-12 1 2 9 5 4 2 1 9 5 7 Pac-12 10 7 1 1 10 12 3 3 Nation 74 107 14 48 35 48 98 t56 t45 61 7 Nation 17 5 106 37 23 52 3 t72 t46 27 Nation 111 49 18 8 t113 119 34 56

“THE WORLD’S LONGEST TRAINING CAMP” Oregon State began official preparations for the 2012 season., Mon., Aug. 6 in anticipation of a Sept. 1 contest against Nicholls State at Reser Stadium; Hurricane Isaac forced the game to be moved to Dec. 1 (providing OSU is not in the Pac-12 title game or NSU is not in the FCS playoffs) as NSU was unable to leave campus which meant the Beavers began the year Sept. 8 vs. Wisconsin. OSU practiced 35 times before its first game and 44 times with just one game; thus “the world’s longest training camp” per Mike Riley. If the game vs. Nicholls State on Dec. 1 is played, the Beavers and Alabama would be the only teams in all of the FBS that play the final three games of the schedule at home. BALANCE IS THE KEY: OSU head coach Mike Riley continues to strive for balance on offense between the rush and the pass, and it’s historically when OSU has had its best seasons under the head coach. This year the Beavers are near the 50/50 mark averaging 35 rushes per game and 38 pass attempts. Last year the average was 27 and 42 respectively and thus the Beavers ranked 118th (out of 120) for rushing offense at 86.9 yards per game, and while the improvement is modest it is still improvement to 108.5 yards per outing to this point in the season.

BEAVERS IN THE NFL
Al Afalava, S Derek Anderson, QB Nick Barnett, LB Brandon Browner, CB Victor Butler, LB Cameron Collins, LB Dwan Edwards, DL Brandon Hardin, S Johnny Hekker, P Brandon Hughes, CB Steven Jackson, RB Andy Levitre, OG Keenan Lewis, CB Gabe Miller, TE Matt Moore, QB Stephen Paea, DT Mike Remmers, OL Jacquizz Rodgers, RB James Rodgers, WR Sammie Stroughter, WR Tennessee Titans Carolina Panthers Buffalo Bills Seattle Seahawks Dallas Cowboys Houston Texans Carolina Panthers Chicago Bears St. Louis Rams Philadelphia Eagles St. Louis Rams Buffalo Bills Pittsburgh Steelers Chicago Bears Miami Dolphins Chicago Bears Tampa Bay Buccaneers Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons Tampa Bay Buccaneers

SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES
Player Clayton York, FB Ryan Murphy, FS Dylan Wynn, DE Joel Skotte, LB Malcolm Agnew, RB D.J. Alexander, LB Tyler Anderson, FB Peter Ashton, S Jordan Jenkins, RB Malcolm Marable, CB Michael Morovick, LS Trevor Romaine, PK Terron Ward, RB Tyrequek Zimmerman, SS Tackles 5 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

BY THE NUMBERS (INDIVIDUAL)
Player Storm Woods Markus Wheaton Brandin Cooks Brandin Cooks Markus Wheaton Keith Kostol Malcolm Marable Trevor Romaine Markus Wheaton Brandin Cooks Markus Wheaton Jordan Poyer Rashaad Reynolds Rashaad Reynolds Jordan Poyer Scott Crichton Scott Crichton Category Rushing Receptions / Game Receptions / Game Rec. Yards / Game Rec. Yards / Game Punting Kickoff Returns Field Goals Scoring All-Purpose Runners All-Purpose Runners Interceptions Interceptions Passes Defended Passes Defended Sacks Tackles-For-Loss Pac-12 7 2 8 2 3 7 11 t5 7 7 9 1 t5 1 3 1 1 Nation t67 6 43 9 10 37 100 t60 t90 53 61 t2 t46 t3 9 2 t2

RILEY’S RIGHT-HAND GUYS: Oregon State has been fairly stable in terms of assistant coaches, particularly at the coordinator positions. Defensive coordinator Mark Banker has been on the staff since 2003 in his current role (served 1997-98 seasons as secondary coach) and offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf has been in his role since 2004 (was a G.A. for TE in 1997-98). Banker was also with Riley for the 1999-2001 seasons with the Chargers (Def. Coord.) and in 1996 at USC. Langsdorf was with the Saints with Riley for the 2002 season. IT WASN’T SUPPOSE TO WORK OUT LIKE THIS: Oregon State is known for its non-conference schedule degree of difficulty in recent years, but this is even a new level in recent history – it’s the first time the Beavers opened the year playing back-to-back nationally ranked teams to begin the season. Historically, OSU has faced top 25 teams in consecutive weeks to open the year four times previous – 1950 (4 straight weeks), 1953, 1960 and 1968. DROPPING THE DIME: Oregon State has implemented a new wrinkle in the defense in 2012 … the dime defense – a product of improved athleticism. With six defensive backs on the field, the Beavers have been able to better combat spread offenses with three or more receivers on the field. In addition, as Jordan Poyer showed with a sack-fumble against Wisconsin the possibilities are endless in attacking the quarterback. The depth in the defensive backfield has vastly improved with players like Steven Christian, a transfer from Hawai’i, and Brian Watkins earning playing time in the package against Wisconsin. When the Beavers upset UCLA it was Anthony Watkins, who had returned from an injury, and Sean Martin, who returned from a one game suspension, that played as the extra defensive backs. BUSTED RANKINGS: Head coach Mike Riley’s teams have made a routine of beating highly ranked teams of late. Recent victims: 2012 – at No. 19 UCLA (27-20 OSU win), vs. No. 13 Wisconsin (10-7); 2010 - at No. 9 Arizona (29-27), vs. No. 20 USC (36-7); 2009 – at No. 23 California (31-14); 2008 vs. No. 1 USC (27-21), vs. No. 24 Pittsburgh (3-0); 2007 – at No. 2 California (31-28), at No. 18 Oregon (38-31 OT); 2006 – vs. No. 3 USC (33-31), at No. 24 Hawai’i (35-32); 2005 – at No. 18 California (23-20).

PAC-12 FOOTBALL STANDINGS
NORTH
Team Oregon Oregon State Stanford California Washington Washington State Pac-12 4-0 4-0 3-1 2-3 1-3 0-4 Overall 7-0 6-0 5-2 3-5 3-4 2-5

SOUTH Team
USC Arizona State UCLA Arizona Colorado Utah

Pac-12
4-1 3-1 2-2 1-3 1-3 0-4

Overall
6-1 5-2 5-2 4-3 1-6 2-5

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H-A-N-D-S!!! Special teams coordinator Bruce Read had led his HANDS team to 2-0 on recovering onsides kicks this season, both effectively game clinchers. Wisconsin actually recovered the onsides kick with 1:31 left after narrowing the gap to 10-7, but it was ruled the Badgers had illegally touched the kick prior to the ball going the required 10 yards. Linebacker Michael Doctor recovered UCLA’s kick at 1:47 after the Bruins narrowed the lead to 27-20 on a field goal. GENEALOGY: We don’t need Ancestry.com to help us with the recent family tree of several Beavers who happen to be the sons of former NFL standouts. RB Malcolm Agnew — Father Ray Agnew – 11-year NFL career (Patriots, Giants, Rams) as a DL. DT Blake Harrah — Father Dennis Harrah – 13-year NFL career (Rams) as an OL – 3 Pro Bowls CB Tyler Hasty — Father James Hasty – 14-year NFL career (Jets, Chiefs, Raiders) at DB – 2 Pro Bowls OL Roman Sapolu — Father Jesse Sapolu – 15-year NFL career (49ers) at OG/C – 4 Super Bowls/2 Pro Bowls ONE BIG FAMILY: Oregon State prides itself on having a family atmosphere, in fact one website two years straight named OSU as the “most family friendly” program. This season there are numerous biological connections. Mike Riley (Head Coach) – son Matt is a video coordinator for OSU Athletics Joe Seumalo (DL coach) – sons Andrew (DT) and Isaac (C) are starters Bruce Read (ST coach) – son Josh is a student intern Brent Brennan (WR coach) – brother Brad Brennan is an intern Mike Cavanaugh (OL coach) – son Blair is a freshman WR Rod Perry (DB Coach) – sons Rod Perry, Jr., and Ryan are interns COLORS OF THE GAME: Fans are encouraged to wear the colors of the team jerseys for all seven home games: Orange for Nicholls State, Wisconsin, WSU, Arizona State and Oregon; black for Utah and California. MAKING THE MOST OF HIS OPPORTUNTIES: Sophomore fullback Tyler Anderson has made the most of his opportunities; not only does he excel on special teams, but of his 11 offensive touches this season, eight have either accounted for touchdowns or first downs. HOW DID WE GET TO THIS POINT? Oregon State’s offensive line is one of the youngest in the nation with nine true freshmen on the team. It’s been a unit that has had its share of bumps and bruises, among other things, in recent seasons that has led to a lack of experienced depth. Since 2007 the Beavers have lost 11 scholarship players to career ending injuries, academics or other extenuating circumstances.

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
# 8 14 17 19 22 23 27 28 32 35 37 41 44 46 48 48 49 & 56 55 65 66 77 78 83 86 90 91 94 95 98 PLAYERS Tyrequek Zimmerman Cody Vaz Cyril Noland-Lewis Jovan Stevenson Malcolm Marable Mishawn Cummings Naji Patrick Terron Ward Joel Skotte Caleb Saulo Micah Audiss Feti Taumoepeau Jabral Johnson Rommel Mageo Jaswha James Keith Kostol Andrew & Isaac Seumalo Shaydon Akuna Roman Sapolu Garrett Weinreich Michael Philipp Rudolf Fifita Kellen Clute Obum Gwacham Ali’i Robins Noke Tago Devon Kell Scott Crichton Castro Masaniai PRONUNCIATION TYE-reek rhymes with RAZ SEER-ill JOE-von MAR-ih-BUL MY-shawn NAH-zhee TER-ron Scott-EE SAW-LOW AH-diss Fed-TEE TAU-moy-peh-OW Juh-BREL Raw-mo Mang-YAO Joshua COST-ul Say-u-mah-low Ah-KOO-nuh Sap-OH-lu WINE-rick FILL-ip fif-EE-tah rhymes with FLUTE Oh-BOOM GWAH-chem ah-LEE-ee NO-kay Tong-O Dev-in CRY-ton Muh-sahn-EE-eye MEW-son Say-u-mah-low uh-REE-ko E-so

COACHES & STAFF Mitch Meeuwsen Joe Seumalo Ariko Iso (athletic trainer)

BATTERY: The Beavers feature one of the youngest center/quarterback combinations in the country with true freshman Isaac Seumalo and sophomore quarterback Sean Mannion or inexperienced junior Cody Vaz. Seumalo started the season opener making him the first true freshman center to start at OSU since future two-time second team Pac-10 selection Roger Levasa snapped the ball in a starting role Sept. 30, 1978 vs. Washington – Hawai’i is the only other team in the FBS that started a true freshman for the season opener while SMU has since started a first-year player. Levasa started 37 games during his career and played professionally in the USFL for the three years with the Oakland Invaders and Portland Breakers. Seumalo is the third true freshman to start on the offensive line in the Riley era (1997-98, 2003-present) joining current teammate Michael Philipp in 2009 and Keith DiDomenico in 1997. THE FUTURE IS NOW, BUT … Oregon State’s two-deep heading into the Washington game is full of underclassmen which bodes well for future seasons. Of the 48 possible players on offense, defense and punter/kicker, 22 are either freshmen or sophomores – this does not take into account OSU’s H-Back and fullback positions – which would add another three to the equation. Specifically on offense, 13 players on the depth chart in the traditional 11 positions are underclassmen. 50 YEARS SINCE: Oregon State is celebrating the 50th anniversary of quarterback Terry Baker’s Heisman Trophy winning season this year. Baker was the first collegiate player to win the coveted award from west of the state of Texas. He led the Beavers, then an independent, to a 9-2 record and a 6-0 victory over Villanova in the Fourth Annual Liberty Bowl in Philadelphia. Baker was a consensus All-America selection to go along with the Maxwell Award and Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year recipient. OSU honored the ’62 team by inducting the members of that club, led by then eighth-year head coach Tommy Prothro, into the OSU Sports Hall of Fame Sept. 7. End Vern Burke was also on the team and a consensus All-America after leading the nation for receptions and yards. TEAM CAPTAINS: The 2012 team captains are quarterback Sean Mannion, defensive tackle Andrew Seumalo, wide receiver Markus Wheaton and cornerback Jordan Poyer. Mannion is the first sophomore in OSU history to be named team captain. Head coach Mike Riley also appoints a game captain. 7-GAME HOME SCHEDULE: 2012 features seven home games, if the Sept. 1 Nicholls State game is played, for the first time since the 2006 season. The Beavers also played 7-game slates in 2002 and ’03 and generally that has been a positive as OSU went 17-4 at Reser Stadium during those years. HONORING FRED THOMPSON: OSU tragically lost defensive tackle Fred Thompson Dec. 7, 2011 to natural causes. The team wears “FT 92” on the helmet in honor of him. PAC-12 THIS CENTURY: USC owns the most victories in the Pac-12 Conference this century with 124 (105 with vacated wins), followed by Oregon (117), OSU (93), Cal (85), UCLA (82), Arizona State (82), Stanford (74), Washington (66), WSU (65), Arizona (63). Utah has 106 victories this century and Colorado has 67.

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2012 AWARDS & WATCH LISTS NEW COACH: Rod Perry has joined the OSU coaching staff as a full-time secondary coach after 22 seasons in the NFL, most recently with the Indianapolis Colts. Perry was an assistant with Beaver head coach Mike Riley in San Diego with the Chargers. His sons Rodney and Ryan are coaching interns on the team. IS THAT DAVE MAGGARD? It is indeed. Long time Athletic Director Dave Maggard (Cal 1972-91, Miami 1991-93, Houston 2002-09) joined the OSU team as a volunteer special assistant to Director of Athletics Bob De Carolis in August. In addition to his stints as an A.D. he was the Managing Director of Sports for the Atlanta Committee for the 1996 Summer Olympics. The ‘96 games aren’t his only connection to the Olympics; he actually was a competitor and flagbearer for the United States in the 1968 Mexico City Games in the shot put, where he finished fifth. NUMBERS GAME: Mike Huguenin of YahooSports compiled the following numbers for a May 11, 2012 story: “Eight schools can lay claim to having had the most balanced offenses since the turn of the century. Boise State, Houston, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Texas, USC and Western Michigan have had at least five 1,000-yard rushers, 3,000-yard passers and 1,000-yard receivers apiece, starting with the 2000 season. The most balanced offense of them all? Using the Yahoo! Sports “Diversification Quotient,” it’s Oregon State and USC. Oregon State has had nine 1,000-yard rushers, six 3,000-yard passers and eight 1,000-yard receivers. USC has had six 1,000-yard rusher, seven 3,000-yard passers and 10 1,000-yard receivers.” To access the full story – http://sports.yahoo.com/news/ncaaf--a-by-the-numbers-look-at-offenses.html WIN THE TURNOVER BATTLE, WIN THE GAME: Over the last 105 games, Oregon State is 41-8 when committing fewer turnovers than its opponent, 10-29 when committing more and 10-7 when even. The Beavers struggled in 2011, losing 31 turnovers (T113th in NCAA) and finished tied for 100th in the NCAA in turnover margin. RESER RECORD: Oregon State’s home record of 56-20 this century at Reser Stadium is third best in the Pac12 Conference, trailing the home records of only Oregon (68-13) and USC (63-14). RUNNING BACK U: Oregon State is the only program in the Pac-12 Conference with three running backs that rank in the top 10 for career rushing in the league; 3. Ken Simonton (1998-2001), 5,044 yards; 8. Jacquizz Rodgers (2008-10), 3,877; 9. Yvenson Bernard (2004-07), 3,862. Steven Jackson (2001-03) ranks 14th with 3,625 yards. Rodgers and Jackson both left OSU after three seasons to enter the NFL.
D.J. Alexander, LB. . Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week (9/10) Brandin Cooks, WR . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Biletnikoff Award Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CFPA Honorable Mention - Week 4 Scott Crichton, DE . . . . . Lombardi Award Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CFPA Honorable Mention - Week 4 & 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ESPN.com Midseason All-American Keith Kostol, P. . Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week (9/24) Sean Mannion, QB . . . . . .Davey O’Brien QB of the Week 4 & 5 HM . . . . . . . . . Manning Award Star of the Week - Week 4 & 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CFPA Honorable Mention - Week 5 Jordan Poyer, CB . . . . . . . Bednarik Award Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bronko Nagurski Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jim Thorpe Award Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . .Lott IMPACT Trophy Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Hornung Award Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Senior Bowl Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . CFPA Defensive Back of the Week - Week 6 & 7 . . . Walter Camp Defensive Player of the Week - Week 6 . . . . Senior Bowl Defensive Player of the Week - Week 6 . . . . . Jim Thorpe Defensive Back of the Week - Week 6 . . . . . . . . .Phil Steele Midseason All-America Third Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sporting News Midseason All-American Rashaad Reynolds, CB . . . . . .CFPA Honorable Mention - Week 5 Cody Vaz, QB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CFPA Honorable Mention - Week 7 . . . . Davey O’Brien QB of the Week 7 Honorable Mention . . . . . . . . . . . . .Manning Award Star of the Week - Week 7 Markus Wheaton, WR . .Biletnikoff Award Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Senior Bowl Preseason Watch List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CFPA Honorable Mention - Week 4 . . . . . . . . .Phil Steele Midseason All-America Third Team Storm Woods, RB . . . . . . . . . .CFPA Honorable Mention - Week 5

BEAVERS WITHOUT BORDERS: A host of current and former Oregon State student-athletes have participated in the Beavers Without Borders program that has taken them to Guatemala (Spring Break 2011), Macedonia (Summer 2011) and Ethiopia (summer 2012). Current Beaver football players Rashaad Reynolds, Markus Wheaton, Brian Watkins and Josh Andrews have been on one of those trips each. On those trips the group assisted a building of a house for needy families. There were matching funds, but many of these student-athletes did their own fundraising for the trips. 68-7: That’s the record of Oregon State when it leads after three quarters with Mike Riley as head coach. Since the start of the 2004 season it is 50-3. ONE OF THREE: Second-year athletic trainer Ariko (uh-REE-ko) Iso (E-so) is one of only three female football head trainers in the FBS – Mary Van Heiden at Central Florida and Dawn Hearn at UTEP are the other two. Iso joined the program in late spring of 2011after being the only female trainer in the NFL (Steelers). RPI THIS: Since the 2003 season, when Mike Riley took the controls of the program for the second time, 10 of the 12 road non-conference opponents have finished the season in the Associated Press Top 25 2004 – LSU (No. 16); 2005 – Louisville (No. 20); 2006 – Boise State (No. 6) and Hawai’i (No. 24); 2007 – Cincinnati (No. 20); 2008 – Utah (No. 2) and Penn State (No. 8); 2010 – TCU (No. 2) and Boise State (No. 9); 2011 – Wisconsin (No. 10). Only Fresno State in 2003 and UNLV in 2009 failed to make the final poll. Thanks to Brooks Hatch formerly of the Corvallis Gazette-Times for this nugget. 100-PLUS USUALLY A W: When a Beaver rushes for 100-plus yards it usually equals a victory. OSU has won 25 of its last 29 games (86%) when a rusher gains 100 – the only four losses in that period – Oct. 2, 2008 at Utah (Jacquizz Rodgers 101 yds), Oct. 24, 2009 at USC (Jacquizz 113), Oct. 16, 2010 at Washington (Jacquizz 140) and Sept. 3, 2011 vs. Sacramento State (Malcolm Agnew 223). RULE CHANGES: The NCAA has adopted the following rules changes for the 2012 season: 1. Kickoffs from 35-yard line from the 30, mirroring a similar change by the NFL in the 2011 season and rescinding a rule change made in the 2007 season. 2. The kicking team has only a five-yard running head start on kickoffs, again mirroring the NFL changes in 2011. 3. Touchbacks move COACH GAME DAY LOCATIONS from the 20-yard line to the 25-yard line only on kickoffs and free kicks after a safety. Touchbacks on punts SIDELINE PRESSBOX rolling into the end zone or fumbles into the end zone remain at the 20-yard line. 4. Players are forbidden to Mike Riley, HC Danny Langsdorf, OC / QB leap over other players when blocking punts. 5. Players who lose their helmets during a play (except when Mark Banker, DC Mike Cavanaugh, OL Rod Perry, Secondary caused by fouls such as grabbing the facemask) have to leave the field for one play. 6. Offensive players in the Bruce Read, Special Teams Alan Darlin, GA / DL tackle box at the snap who are not in motion are allowed to block below the waist legally without restriction. Chris Brasfield, RB Mitch Meeuwsen, GA / DB All other players are restricted from blocking below the waist with some exceptions (i.e. blocking straight-on), Brent Brennan, WR / TE Jay Locey, Asst. HC modifying a rule change from the 2011 season. Joe Seumalo, DL
Trent Bray, GA / LB Tavita Thompson, GA / OL

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WE’RE NUMBER 6, NOW 5! Corvallis, home to Oregon State University, ranks sixth in the nation for best college towns for 2012 by Livability.com. The American Institute of Economic Research in early October tabbed Corvallis the fifth-best city in the U.S. to have a “great college experience in its College Destinations Index.” No other Pac-12 city/town ranks in the top-10 in either. TRUE “STUDENT-ATHLETES” Oregon State is routinely among the league leaders for Pac-12 academic selections and this year should be no different. The following players will graduate in December: RB Jordan Jenkins (marketing), OL Colin Kelly (liberal studies), DL Castro Masaniai (sociology), TE Colby Prince (exercise and sport science), DL Andrew Seumalo (finance), S Anthony Watkins (exercise and sport science), CB Brian Watkins (public health). March graduates include DE Rusty Fernando (psychology) and LB Feti Taumoepeau (ethnic studies). June graduates are DL Rudolf Fifita (sociology), CB Ryan Handford (new media), LB Rueben Robinson (psychology) and WR Markus Wheaton (public health). Summer graduates CB Jordan Poyer (elementary education) and RB Clayton York (exercise and sport science). YELLOW FLAG COUNT: The following is a breakdown of accepted penalties during the course of the season. OSU Road Reser Clipping 1 Delay of Game 1* 2 Holding (Offensive) 4 5 Holding (Defensive) 3 Illegal Block 2 Illegal Motion 1 Illegal Participation 1 Illegal helmet Contact 1 False Start 6 4 Unsportsmanlike Conduct 1 2 Pass Interference 2 3 Pass Interference (Offensive) 2 Tripping 1 Roughing Passer 1 Offsides 2 3 Personal Foul 1 2 Opponents Offsides Holding (Offensive) Illegal Touching Intentional Grounding Ineligible Downfield Facemask False Start Roughing Passer Running into the Kicker Pass Interference Personal Foul Substitution Infraction * 1 coaching decision Home 1 1 1 1 2 6 2 1 3 2 3 1 1 5 1 Reser 2 1 1

WOODCHIPS: Mike Riley treated the entire traveling party for the UCLA, Arizona and BYU games to In-N-Out Burgers immediately following each victory – buses made detours from stadium to airports to the most centrally located restaurant … OSU has won six straight games in Tucson … Oregon State is celebrating the 60th birthday of its mascot – Benny Beaver … the team has won more games this season than it did all of last year (3-9) ... Freshmen OL David Keller and LS Harrison Linsky joined the program during the bye week. Due to NCAA regulations, Keller will sit out the 2012 season after transferring from Fresno State. Linsky has been cleared to participate this year.

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OFFENSIVE STARTERS
Pos. No. Player Notes
SE (X) 2 MARKUS WHEATON 26 career starts (23 straight) ... senior ... has receptions in 29 straight games ... has set career-highs in receiving yards twice in 2012 - 150 yards at UCLA; 166 at Arizona ... has two 100-yard receiving this year giving him eight in his career ... ranks fourth on OSU’s all-time receptions list (184) ... ranks fifth on OSU’s all-time receiving yards list (2,404) ... also a threat on the ground with 527 career rushing yards - the second-most on the roster ... has caught a pass in 28 straight games ... ranks sixth in the nation in receptions per game (8.0) and 10th in receiving yards per game (109.0) ... on the Biletnikoff Award Watch List ... leading receiver for OSU last two years (73 rec., 986 yds, 1 TD in ‘11 & 54 rec., 660 yds, 4 TD in ‘10) ... also a sprinter in track ... named team co-captain. SL (R) LT LG C 84 KEVIN CUMMINGS 3 career starts ... junior ... had career-long with 38-yard gainer at Arizona ... made a key 25-yard catch to help ensure the win over Utah ... sure-handed receiver ... tallied 10 receptions in ‘11 ... strong player on special teams. 77 MICHAEL PHILIPP 28 career starts (6 straight) ... redshirt junior ... has the most starts among all Beavers ... returns from a knee injury that sidelined him for the entire ‘11 season ... in 2009, was the first true freshman to start on the offensive line since Keith DiDomenico in 1997 ... named to CollegeFootballNews.com and Phil Steele’s Freshman All-America first team in ‘09. 69 JOSH ANDREWS 12 career starts (10 straight) ... junior ... returns for second season as starting left guard ... missed five games due to knee injury in ‘11. 56 ISAAC SEUMALO 6 career starts (straight) ... true freshman ... became first freshman to start at center for OSU since Roger Levasa in 1978 ... one of only two true freshmen to start their season-openers at center in the nation (Hawai’i) ... son of OSU defensive line coach Joe Seumalo and brother of defensive tackle Andrew Seumalo ... considered top player in 2012 recruiting class for OSU according to pundits. 71 64 GRANT ENGER COLIN KELLY 16 career starts (straight) ... junior ... started six games at left guard and four at right guard in ‘11 ... has versatility and has played tackle in the past. 18 career starts (straight) ... senior ... athletic, aggressive lineman with experience on the interior as well as at tackle.

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82 COLBY PRINCE 17 career starts (15 straight) ... senior ... four receptions in season-opener tied a career-high and 33-yard reception was a career-best as well ... grabbed tipped pass for go-ahead TD at BYU ... the only upperclassman in a talented but inexperienced position group ... also has experience at H-Back and often moves there in two tight end sets. 4 SEAN MANNION 14 career starts ... sophomore ... returned for second season as starter ... missed two games (BYU and Utah) due to left knee injury; expected to return at Washington ... Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week following career-high 433-yard effort at Arizona fifth-highest total in OSU history ... threw for 812 yards combined at UCLA (379) and at Arizona (433), the most in back-to-back games in OSU history; both games represented career-highs ... chosen as one of four team captains; first sophomore named a captain in OSU team history ... named a Freshman All-American by the Football Writers Association of America ... in ‘11 became youngest starter at QB since Jonathan Smith in ‘98 ... set OSU records for attempts (66) and completions (40) at Arizona State in ‘11 ... set OSU single season record with 305 completions in ‘11 ... has thrown for 200-plus yards in 14 straight games in which he’s played ... 3,328 passing yards in ‘11 is the third-most in a single season in OSU history ... 4,686 career passing yards ranks sixth in OSU history ... is the fifth QB in OSU history with three or more 350-yard games ... tied for seventh in OSU history with 23 career touchdown passes ... honorable mention for Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week and one of Manning Award Stars of the Week following UCLA and Arizona games. 24 STORM WOODS 6 career starts (straight) ... redshirt freshman ... had break-out performance in win at Arizona with career-high 161 yards rushing and 42 yards receiving; the first 100-yard game of his career ... rushed for three touchdowns against Utah - the first multi-touchdown game of his career ... won the starting tailback job during a hard fought competition that included spring ball and most of fall camp ... smooth all-around running back ... also the No. 1 3rd-down back ... third-leading receiver for OSU ... good hands and runs good routes. 7 BRANDIN COOKS 9 career starts (7 straight) ... second in the nation in receiving yards per game (131.8) and is 22nd in receptions per game (6.8) ... posted first 100-yard receiving game of his career at UCLA with 175 yards; followed at Arizona with 149 yards ... added 173 yards receiving at BYU ... established career-high with nine catches at Arizona ... 75-yard touchdown reception at UCLA was Beavers’ longest pass play since an 87-yard season-opening play in 2009 ... speedster creates coverage problems lined up opposite Wheaton ... good route runner with excellent hands ... started first game of ‘11 season becoming the first true freshman to start wide receiver since Roddy Tompkins in ‘96 ... will also factor into kick return game ... sports a tattoo on his right arm with the outline of the state of California with the hash marks of a football field running the length of the state.

OTHER KEY OFFENSIVE CONTRIBUTORS
WR TE PK QB 8 RICHARD MULLANEY Redshirt freshman ... could be the future at the split end position ... made first career reception at BYU ... has dazzled spectators with consistent ability to make plays in practice throughout spring and fall drills ... will back-up Wheaton but should have opportunities to contribute to the offense as well. 10 CALEB SMITH True freshman ... highly-touted freshman ... made first career reception for three yards against Washington State ... enrolled at Oregon State in late March of 2012, what would have been normally his final term of high school, and participated in Spring Ball. 12 TREVOR ROMAINE Sophmore ... returns as the starting placekicker for second straight year ... has tremendous leg strength ... booted 10 kickoffs for touchbacks in ‘11 setting the OSU record since kickoffs were moved to the 30-yard line in ‘07 ... tied for second in the nation among true freshman kickers with 72 points in ‘11 ... forced a fumble on a kickoff at Oregon in ‘11. 14 CODY VAZ 2 career starts (straight) ... junior ... primary backup in ‘10 ... started at BYU - first start since high school - and threw for 20-32 for 332 yards and 3 TDs; earned Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week ... went 2-0 as a starter (BYU & Utah) while filling in for an injured Sean Mannion ... saw game action in five contests as a freshman in 2010 ... earned high praise from Coach Riley throughout spring and fall ... accurate thrower with a quick release. 28 TERRON WARD 3 career starts ... sophomore ... solid all-around running back ... good speed and power ... good hands and ability to make big plays ... could also return punts and kicks. 30 MALCOLM AGNEW 5 career starts ... sophomore ... exploded onto scene with 223 yards season-opening performance against Sacramento State in ‘11 ... has most career rushing yards on the roster with 577 yards ... hamstring issues slowed him off and on throughout the rest of last season ... became first true freshman in modern history to start the season opener at running back at OSU ... outstanding combination of speed, balance, power and shiftiness ... excellent natural rushing ability ... son of former NFL player Ray Agnew. 33 TYLER ANDERSON 1 career start ... sophomore ... walkon ... has become a short-yardage weapon - on 13 touches (through six games), he has converted nine for either a touchdown or first down ... scored first touchdown of his career with 1-yard TD plunge at Arizona; made it two games in a row with another 1-yard dive against Washington State ... carried the ball 25 yards on a 3rd-and-1 against WSU ... has moved into the “starting” fullback role ... very capable receiver out of the backfield ... athletic player ... strong special teams player. 34 JORDAN JENKINS 2 career starts ... senior ... former walkon ... most experienced player in the program at RB ... most accomplished as a 3rd-down back; strong blocker and excellent receiver ... tied for third on the team with 31 receptions in ‘11 ... special teams standout. 42 CLAYTON YORK 4 career starts ... senior ... walkon ... missed season-opener due to a hamstring injury, returned to start against UCLA ... solid blocker ... capable receiver out of the backfield ... blocked a punt, recovered it and returned it for a touchdown against Arizona in ‘11 ... strong player on special teams. 75 DEREK NIELSEN Sophomore ... walkon ... most versatile lineman on the team ... is likely the first offensive lineman off the bench at any of the five positions ... has filled in briefly at LG and C so far this season ... has worked at center and both tackle spots in fall camp ... played guard in ‘11. 81 MICAH HATFIELD Junior ... solid receiver ... has battled injuries throughout this career ... a strong contributor on offense and special teams when available. 86 OBUM GWACHAM Sophomore ... battled Kevin Cummings for the starting position in the slot ... an ankle injury midway through the fall derailed the competition ... will likely see action at split end and slotback ... tons of potential and an extremely target (6-5, 224) in the red zone ... competes in the high jump for OSU in the spring ... Obum’s name means ‘Son of God.’ 89 CONNOR HAMLETT 2 career starts (straight) ... sophomore ... backup at tight end ... made game-winning TD grab on a 9-yarder with 1:09 left to beat Arizona - the first TD of his career ... made a pair of 29-yard receptions at BYU - the longest of his career ... notched first career stats with 3 catches for 13 yards in season-opener ... 11 receptions for 153 yards in spring game in 2011 ... shared offensive scout team MVP honors as redshirt in 2010 ... size (6-7) and hands make him a weapon.

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2012 BEAVER FOOTBALL • GAME SEVEN • OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON • OCTOBER 27, 2012

DEFENSIVE STARTERS
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95 SCOTT CRICHTON 18 career starts (straight) ... sophomore ... second in the nation with 1.3 sacks per game - 8.0 in 2012 ... has 14.0 sacks in his career, tying for eighth in OSU history ... leads the Pac-12 with 2.08 tackles-for-loss per game (tied for second in the nation) - 12.5 in 2012 and 27.0 in his career, tying for 13th in OSU history ... named as a Midseason All-American by ESPN.com ... recorded three sacks against Washington State - first OSU player since Stephen Paea in 2010 ... recovered a fumble in season-opener against Wisconsin ... had a breakout ‘11 campaign ... brings heat from the edge against the pass and big enough to play inside in nickel and dime packages ... selected to the Freshman All-America teams by several media outlets in ‘11 ... Pac-12 all-conference honorable mention as a freshman ... set OSU single season record with six forced fumbles; now tied for second in OSU history with seven forced fumbles ... 14.5 TFLs and 6 sacks in ‘11. 98 CASTRO MASANIAI 8 career starts (6 straight) ... senior ... despite size (350 lbs) that might suggest otherwise, is in the best shape and is playing the best football of his career ... huge part of OSU’s fifth-ranked rushing defense in the nation ... 2.0 TFLs and .5 sacks ... space eater capable of pushing the pocket ... suffered season-ending injuries each of last two seasons (shoulder in ‘10 and leg in ‘11). 49 ANDREW SEUMALO 17 career starts (16 straight) ... senior ... former walkon ... son of OSU defensive line coach Joe Seumalo ... 2.5 TFLs and 1.5 sacks ... quick and athletic especially for a tackle ... active along line and in pursuit ... chosen as a team co-captain. 45 DYLAN WYNN 13 career starts (10 straight) ... sophomore ... recorded a sack and forced fumble in season-opener against Wisconsin ... recoverd sixth fumble of his career against Utah - eight is the OSU record ... named Freshman All-America honorable mention by College Football News ... set OSU single season record with five fumble recoveries in 2011 ... non-stop motor. 4 D.J. ALEXANDER 6 career starts (straight) ... sophomore ... extremely athletic and aggressive ... has a knack for making big plays and big hits ... formerly known as D.J. Welch, changed his last name to Alexander - taking his stepfather’s name - prior to the BYU game ... first career start resulted in Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week (7 tackles, 2 TFLs) ... has been outstanding special teams player, including making a tackle on his first play of kick coverage in ‘11. 41 FETI TAUMOEPEAU 13 career starts ... senior ... formerly known as Feti ‘Unga, he’ll wear Taumoepeau in ‘12 to honor his mother ... won starting MLB job in ‘11 ... posted season-high seven tackles at BYU and again against Utah ... missed four starts due to knee injury in ‘11; was second in the Pac-12 in tackles as the time of the injury ... run stopper ... extremely aggressive player. 40 MICHAEL DOCTOR 17 career starts (16 straight) ... junior ... tallied season-high 10 tackles at BYU and again against Utah ... tied for the team-lead with 37 tackles ... second on the team in tackles (78) in ‘11 ... super-athletic linebacker ... big hitter and playmaker ... one of the fastest players in the program; has even practiced returning kicks in practice. 14 JORDAN POYER 18 career starts (straight) ... senior ... leads the nation with 1.0 interceptions per game ... tallied three interceptions against WSU - first time since Mitch Meeuwsen in 2003 at OSU ... named Walter Camp Co-Player of the Week, Jim Thorpe (nation’s top CB) Player of the Week and Defensive Back of the Week by College Football Performance Awards for week of Oct. 8 ... named as a Midseason All-American by Sporting News ... listed as the No. 2 senior cornerback in the country by ESPN’s Mel Kiper, Jr. ... has 11 interceptions in his career, tying for ninth in OSU history ... named to numerous preseason watch lists ... Pac-12 All-Conference Second Team in ‘11 ... has been highly productive kick and punt returner throughout career ... extremely aggressive in coverage and has a knack as a ballhawk ... remains OSU’s primary punt returner ... named as a team co-captain. 8 TYREQUEK ZIMMERMAN 6 career starts (straight) ... sophomore ... took over starting strong safety spot in fall camp with Anthony Watkins’ hip ailment ... made seven tackles in first career start vs. Wisconsin ... arrived at OSU as a receiver before moving to safety after the first week of fall camp in ‘11 ... athletic safety with good hands. 25 RYAN MURPHY 8 career starts (6 straight) ... sophomore ... outstanding athlete with good size (6-3, 213) ... good playmaker in the secondary ... registered first interception of the year for OSU in season-opener vs. Wisconsin ... set career-high with 11 tackles at BYU ... third on the team with 34 tackles ... special teams standout ... registered 29 tackles as a reserve in ‘11. 16 RASHAAD REYNOLDS 18 career starts (straight) ... junior ... often overshadowed by Poyer, but is an outstanding cover cornerback as well ... defensive coordinator Mark Banker referred to Reynolds as most improved defensive player in 2011 ... tied the OSU record with five pass break-ups (Dennis Weathersby) at UCLA ... has 11 pass break-ups and two interceptions to tie for No. 3 in the nation in passes defended ... one of three returning starters in the secondary ... tied for team-lead with 37 tackles.

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OTHER KEY DEFENSIVE CONTRIBUTORS
SS CB LB S LB P 3 ANTHONY WATKINS 11 career starts ... senior ... made second interception of his career against WSU and returned it 43 yards ... was expected to return for his second season as a starter at strong safety ... missed significant time during the fall with an ailing hip flexor and missed season-opener, returned at UCLA in reserve ... led the team with 85 tackles in ‘11. 6 SEAN MARTIN 1 career start ... junior ... plays as OSU’s nickel CB ... good hands ... played well during fall camp ... started WSU as the nickel corner ... made first career interception against Utah to seal the win ... started ‘11 season with 9 tackles in first two games before a foot injury ended his season ... has 19 tackles and two break-ups in 2012. 13 RUEBEN ROBINSON 11 career starts ... senior ... playing as the team’s fourth LB spelling all three starters in 2012 ... made first career interception at BYU ... played all three LB positions and made starts at all of those spots in ‘11. 29 STEVEN CHRISTIAN Senior ... transferred from Hawai’i in August ... entered fall camp as a cornerback before moving to safety and has seen action on nickel and dime defenses ... graduated from Hawai’i with a degree in neuroscience ... now pursuing a graduate degree at OSU ... career at UH was marred by hip injuries. 44 JABRAL JOHNSON Sophomore ... backup on strongside ... has had outstanding fall camp and looks ready to contribute on defense ... also a solid player on special teams. 48 KEITH KOSTOL Sophomore ... walkon ... booted career-best 61-yard punt at UCLA ... earned Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week following UCLA game; seven punts, four inside the 20 ... has punted 35 times in 2012 forcing 16 fair catches, putting the ball inside the opponents’ 20 yardline 16 times and booting five more than 50 yards ... won the starting punter job in fall camp ... also is the likely No. 2 kicker. 56 RUSTY FERNANDO Senior ... has recorded 2.5 tackles-for-loss in 2012 ... found a niche in ‘11 as a speed rusher but worked in offseason to be a more rounded player ... has seen action recently in a hybrid/stand-up rusher role. 78 RUDOLF FIFITA Senior ... followed up productive second half of ‘11 season with strong play in season-opener vs. Wisconsin including two TFLs and a sack ... has played a lot in passing situations ... recovered fumble against WSU ... recorded second sack of the season and forced a fumble against Utah ... has had early impact in nickel and dime packages ... has shown a knack for knocking down passes at the line of scrimmage. 79 93 94 97 JOE LOPEZ MANA ROSA DEVON KELL JOHN BRAUN Sophomore ... walkon ... second team tackle ... part of nickel and dime packages ... relies on quickness to pressure the pocket. Junior ... part of nickel and dime packages ... has battled various injuries throughout his career ... looking for a breakout season in ‘12. Senior ... former walkon, awarded scholarship prior to ‘12 season ... part of nickel and dime packages. Junior ... established himself as back-up to Scott Crichton during a strong offseason ... former offensive lineman is also a strong special teams player.

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2012 BEAVER FOOTBALL • GAME SEVEN • OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON • OCTOBER 27, 2012

GAME 1 — OREGON STATE VS. WISCONSIN
#13 WISCONSIN OREGON STATE
Reser Stadium Corvallis, Ore. • Sept. 8, 2012 CORVALLIS — In what many termed as the biggest nonconference home game in Oregon State football history, the Beavers’ defense put on a show that will be remembered for a very long time. OSU stymied No. 13 Wisconsin and Heisman Trophy-candidate Montee Ball for much of the afternoon as the Beavers earned a 10-7 victory. Wisconsin, in danger of being shut out for the first time since 1997, pieced together a 64-yard drive to get on the board with 1:31 to play. The drive was aided by a pass interference call on the Beavers, but the Badgers were in no position to turn down the free yardage. Wisconsin quarterback Danny O’Brien capped the drive with an 11-yard touchdown pass to bring Wisconsin back to within one score. With no timeouts remaining, Wisconsin appeared to recover the onside kick. After a video review, however, it was determined that a Badger touched the ball prior to it traveling the required 10 yards. OSU killed the clock and Wisconsin’s 33-game regular-season non-conference winning streak. The Beavers did it by controlling the ball and stuffing Ball and the Badgers. OSU held the ball for 35:35 while outgaining Wisconsin, 354-207. Ball finished with just 65 yards rushing as the Beavers did not allow him to break their outside containment. Ball also did not score a touchdown for the first time in 22 games. The Beavers’ touchdown came on their first drive of the second half. After converting just 2-of-9 third downs in the first half, Oregon State had two crucial third down completions to sustain the drive. Sean Mannion connected with Markus Wheaton for 18 yards on a 3rd-and-7 from the OSU 17 yard line. After being flagged on a false start to force a 3rd-and-12, Mannion hit Brandin Cooks in the back of the end zone for a 20-yard touchdown strike. Cooks had six catches for 80 yards, while Wheaton led the way with eight catches for 87 yards. Wheaton now has 144 career catches which moves him into eighth place in school history. The Beavers controlled play in the first half but only had a 43-yard second quarter field goal by Trevor Romaine to show for it. Oregon State ran 44 offensive plays to Wisconsin’s 24 and outgained the Badgers, 238-64. Wisconsin’s defense bent, but it didn’t break. The Beavers moved the ball into Wisconsin territory numerous times, only to fail to convert on a pair of fourth down tries and on a 40-yard field goal with 21 seconds remaining in the half. While the OSU offense effectively moved the ball, the defense made life miserable for Wisconsin quarterback Danny O’Brien and company. The Badgers had six drives in the first half. All six ended in punts and Wisconsin went three-and-out on four of them. Ball finished the first half with just 34 yards on eight carries. Life didn’t improve much for O’Brien in the third quarter. After OSU scored to make it 10-0, Wisconsin had its best starting field position of the day at its own 42. Ball rushed twice for minus-2 yards, and O’Brien’s third down pass was intercepted by Ryan Murphy. Still down just 10-0, it looked as though the Badgers were given new life after a botched punt on the ensuing OSU possession. Put in its toughest circumstance of the day, the Beaver defense made its own splash play to preserve the shutout. Wisconsin drove to the Oregon State 9 yard line, but Dylan Wynn blitzed O’Brien’s blind side and forced a fumble that was recovered by Scott Crichton. Wisconsin turned the ball over on downs twice in the fourth quarter before scoring its touchdown with 1:31 remaining.

GAME 2 — OREGON STATE AT UCLA
OREGON STATE #19 UCLA
Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. • Sept. 22, 2012 PASADENA, Calif. — Sean Mannion passed for a careerhigh 379 yards and two touchdowns, Oregon State put the clamps on No. 19 UCLA’s offense, and the Beavers opened their Pac-12 Conference season by topping the Bruins 27-20 . The victory was the 74th at OSU for coach Mike Riley, matching the school record set by Lon Stiner, the Beavers’ coach from 1933-48. Riley is in his 12th year with OSU. Oregon State’s Markus Wheaton had nine receptions for 150 yards and has caught at least one pass in 25 consecutive games. Brandin Cooks had six catches for 175 yards, and Storm Woods rushed for 96 yards on 21 carries. The Bruins (3-1, 0-1 Pac-12) scored 15 touchdowns and averaged 622.0 yards to rank second nationally in total offense in their previous three games. But the Beavers (2-0, 1-0) held them to 444 yards and two TDs. UCLA’s Johnathan Franklin, the country’s leading rusher entering the game with a 180.3-yard average, was held to 45 yards on 12 carries. Redshirt freshman Brett Hundley completed 27 of 42 passes for 372 yards and a touchdown. Trailing 17-10, the Bruins blew two scoring chances in the third quarter. First, they failed to convert a fourth-and-2 at the Oregon State 35-yard line after Anthony Barr forced a fumble by Mannion at the Beavers 43 and Tevin McDonald recovered. The Bruins got another chance when Stan McKay intercepted Mannion’s pass at the Beavers 48 on the next play, but they were forced to punt. The Beavers then moved 88 yards on 13 plays to take a 24-10 lead, scoring on a 2-yard run by Storm Woods one play after a pass interference penalty against Sheldon Price on third-and-goal. UCLA responded by getting a 1-yard sneak from Hundley that capped a 75-yard drive and made it 24-17 with 14:01 to play. OSU got its 10-point lead back on Trevor Romaine’s 17-yard field goal with 9:33 left. The Bruins had a chance to get within seven points again, but Ka’i Fairbairn was wide right on a 42-yard field goal with 7:37 remaining. Fairbairn kicked a 35-yarder with 1:47 left, but Oregon State recovered UCLA’s onside kick and ran out all but the final five seconds Romaine’s 22-yard field goal on Oregon State’s first possession gave the Beavers a 3-0 lead, but the Bruins tied it on a 22-yard field goal by Fairbairn early in the second quarter. Oregon State took the lead back on the next scrimmage play - a 75-yard touchdown pass from Mannion to Cooks. Mannion’s 42-yard scoring pass to Wheaton later in the second period made it 17-3. Hundley threw a 65-yard touchdown pass to Shaquelle Evans with 49 seconds remaining before halftime to trim Oregon State’s lead to seven points.

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OSU — Trevor Romaine 22-yard field goal, 13-81 4:13 UCLA OSU OSU UCLA — — — — Ka’i Fairbairn 22-yard field goal, 5-52 2:01 Brandin Cooks 75-yard pass from Sean Mannion (Romaine kick), 1-75 0:11 Markus Wheaton 42-yard pass from Sean Mannion (Romaine kick), 4-55 1:42 Shaquelle Evans 65-yard pass from Brett Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 3-78 0:42

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OSU — Trevor Romaine 43-yard field goal, 9-45 2:43 OSU — Brandin Cooks 20-yard pass from Sean Mannion (Romaine kick), 11-86 5:24 WIS — Jacob Pedersen 11-yard pass from Danny O’Brien (French kick), 8-64 1:24 WIS 13 23-35 20-38-1 172 207 2-1 3-20 7-39.9 1-8 2-36 1-8 24:25 2 of 14 2 of 4 OSU 18 30-78 29-47-0 276 354 2-0 8-75 6-40.8 1-(-5) 1-14 3-35 35:35 5 of 17 1 of 4 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - OSU: Agnew 11-45, Woods 9-36, Cooks 2-13, Anderson 1-6, Wheaton 2-3, Ward 1-2, TEAM 1-(-2), Mannion 2-(-9), Kostol 1-(-16). WIS: Ball 15-61, White 3-11, TEAM 1-(-2), O’Brien 4-(-35). PASSING - OSU: Mannion 29-47-0-276-1. WIS: O’Brien 20-38-1-172-1. RECEIVING - OSU: Wheaton 8-87, Cooks 6-80-1, Prince 4-42, Woods 4-29, Hamlett 3-13, K. Cummings 2-12, Ward 1-10, Anderson 1-3. WIS: Duckworth 7-55, Pedersen 4-36-1, Ball 4-18, Abbrederis 1-26, White 1-12, Fredrick 1-11, Doe 1-9, Wozniak 1-5. MISSED FIELD GOALS - OSU: Romaine 40. TACKLES - OSU: Reynolds 5-2=7, Zimmerman 5-2=7, Welch 4-3=7, Wynn 1-5=6, Taumoepeau 1-5=6. WIS: Armstrong 6-4=10, S. Johnson 3-6=9, Borland 4-4=8, M. Taylor 1-7=8, D. Smith 3-4=7. ATTENDANCE - 42,189. WEATHER - 64 degrees; Wind 13 mph W, Partly sunny.

OSU — Storm Woods 2-yard run (Romaine kick), 13-88 4:46 UCLA — Brett Hundley 1-yard run (Fairbairn kick), 7-75 2:20 OSU — Trevor Romaine 17-yard field goal, 9-74 4:28 UCLA — Ka’i Fairbairn 35-yard field goal, 13-71 3:01 OSU 25 41-122 24-35-1 379 501 3-1 9-90 7-43.9 1-5 0-0 2-13 34:36 6 of 15 0 of 0 UCLA 19 28-72 27-42-0 372 444 0-0 7-56 8-44.0 0-0 2-46 3-20 25:24 2 of 15 0 of 1 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - OSU: Woods 21-96-1, Cooks 2-11, Wheaton 1-10, Agnew 7-10, Anderson 3-6, Ward 2-5, Mannion 5-(-16). UCLA: Franklin 12-45, Hundley 10-32-1, James 4-(-1), Thigpen 2-(-4). PASSING - OSU: Mannion 24-35-1-379-2. UCLA: Hundley 27-42-0-372-1. RECEIVING - OSU: Wheaton 9-150-1, Cooks 6-175-1, Hamlett 2-18, Woods 2-18, Anderson 1-7, Ward 1-4, York 1-3, Hatfield 1-3, Jenkins 1-1. UCLA: Evans 6-148-1, J. Johnson 5-75, Manfro 3-22, D. Bell 2-63, Fauria 2-20, James 2-11, Walker 2-9, Thigpen 2-4, Franklin 1-11, Lucien 1-8, Payton 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS - UCLA: Fairbairn 42. TACKLES - OSU: Doctor 8-1=9, Reynolds 6-2=8, Crichton 6-0=6, Welch 3-2=5. UCLA: McDonald 8-1=9, Barr 7-0=7, Kendricks 6-1=7, Hester 4-2=6. ATTENDANCE - 54,636. WEATHER - 88 degrees; Wind nil, Partly cloudy.

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2012 BEAVER FOOTBALL • GAME SEVEN • OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON • OCTOBER 27, 2012

GAME 3 — OREGON STATE AT ARIZONA
#18 OREGON STATE ARIZONA
Arizona Stadium Tucson, Ariz. • Sept. 29, 2012 TUCSON, Ariz. — Sean Mannion passed for 433 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner to Connor Hamlett from nine yards out with 1:17 remaining in the fourth quarter, to help send the 18th-ranked Oregon State football team to a 38-35 win over Arizona. The win sent head coach Mike Riley to his 75th all-time win at OSU, surpassing Lon Stiner for the most in school history. The sophomore completed 29-of-45 attempts and found Markus Wheaton for touchdown strikes of 2 and 20 yards, respectively, while the senior receiver caught 10 passes overall for 166 yards. For the second consecutive week, he was joined by Brandin Cooks at the 100yard receiving plateau - Cooks had 149 yards on nine catches. The Beavers’ ground game got going in a big way in the win, with Storm Woods on the strength of 29 carries for 161 yards. The redshirt freshman put the Beavers up 24-21 in the third quarter with a 1-yard touchdown rush. The Beavers totaled 613 yards of total offense, which, in itself is notable as it stands as the sixth-best single-game output in OSU history, and the most since the team gained 654 yards against Arizona in 2005. Mannion’s final touchdown strike of the game - which ended as Oregon State’s sixth straight win over the Wildcats in Tucson - left 1:17 on the clock, forcing the team’s defense to make a stand. That’s just what the “D” did. Rashaad Reynolds picked off Arizona quarterback Matt Scott on 1st-and-10 from the Wildcats’ 44. It capped an impressive defensive night for Reynolds, whose five pass breakups in the first half tied Dennis Weathersby’s school record. The win sent the Beavers to a 3-0 record; it’s the first time since 2000 Oregon State ended the month of September with a perfect mark. The Oregon State comeback was necessitated in the fourth quarter when Austin Hill caught a 7-yard pass from Scott with 5:34 remaining. The Wildcats’ first lead came early in the third quarter when Ka’Deem Carey put Arizona up 21-17 with a 24-yard touchdown run. That marked the first time this season the Beavers trailed. OSU went up 17-0 through the first quarter and a half of play. Mannion’s first strike to Wheaton put OSU up 7-0 in the first quarter, then watched as Trevor Romaine lengthened the lead to 10-0 with a 30-yard field goal at the 10:59 mark of the second quarter. Tyler Anderson scored his first career touchdown later in the second quarter on a 1-yard rush and it appeared to put the Beavers in the driver’s seat.

GAME 4 — OREGON STATE VS. WASHINGTON STATE
WASHINGTON STATE #14 OREGON STATE
Reser Stadium Corvallis, Ore. • Oct. 6, 2012 Senior Jordan Poyer became the first Oregon State player to intercept three passes in a game in almost nine years as the Beavers stymied Washington State on their way to a 19-6 victory at Reser Stadium in front of a school-record crowd of 46,579. The win moves Oregon State to 4-0 (3-0 Pac-12) on the year, the first time it has started a season with four-straight wins since 2002 and only the fifth time in the last 73 years. Oregon State’s defense fed off of that home crowd in keeping the Cougars out of the end zone, forcing five turnovers and holding them to just 20 yards rushing on the day. Fifteen of those 20 yards came on a Carl Winston carry late in the fourth quarter. The last time OSU kept a team from scoring a touchdown in a game was against Pittsburgh in the 2008 Sun Bowl. OSU marched the ball in the first quarter, racking up 107 yards of offense to WSU’s 22. The only score of the opening quarter, however, came on a Trevor Romaine 30-yard field goal on the Beavers’ opening possession. The teams traded field goals in the second, with Romaine’s 24-yarder with 2:51 remaining pushing the Beavers into a 6-3 halftime advantage after the teams traded turnovers on three consecutive possessions within a two-minute span. Senior Rudolf Fifita recovered his first career fumble at the WSU 34-yard line, but Sean Mannion was picked off three plays later as lineman Ioane Gauta rumbled 38 yards on the return into OSU territory. But just two plays later, senior safety Anthony Watkins squashed the threat with an interception of his own. Those two turnovers, combined with Poyer’s three picks, combined to give the Beavers five on the day. He wasn’t the only star on defense, though. Sophomore defensive end Scott Crichton tallied three sacks, becoming the first Beaver to pull off that feat since Stephen Paea against UCLA on Oct. 31, 2009. That lead expanded to double digits on the first possession of the second half as Mannion connected with senior wide receiver Markus Wheaton on a 12-yard touchdown strike in the back corner of the end zone to make it 13-3. It was the Wheaton’s fourth touchdown catch of the season, tying a career high. WSU inched back into the game with a 32-yard Andrew Furney field goal on a drive severely aided by penalties. The Cougars accepted 30 yards worth of Beaver penalties on the 72-yard drive, coming on a personal foul and pass interference call. With the game still in doubt, the offense manufactured its most impressive drive of the day. Mannion was 4-for-7 including a pair of clutch completions to sophomore receiver Brandin Cooks in third-and-long situations. He found Cooks for 13 yards on a third-and-11 and later hit him for 12 more on a third-and-eight in Cougar territory. Three plays later, sophomore fullback Tyler Anderson plunged in from the 1-yard line to give the Beavers a 19-6 lead. Poyer then sealed the game with his final interception on Washington State’s ensuing drive. He stepped in front of a receiver in the left flat and raced 50 yards before stumbling inside the Cougars’ 20-yard line.

38 35

6 19

BOX SCORE OREGON STATE (3-0, 2-0) ARIZONA (3-2, 0-2)
1st 02:05

1 7 0

2 10 7

3 7 21

4 14 7

F 38 35

BOX SCORE
OSU — Markus Wheaton 2-yard pass from Sean Mannion (Romaine kick), 9-83 4:01 OSU — Trevor Romaine 30-yard field goal, 10-84 4:01 OSU — Tyler Anderson 1-yard run (Romaine kick), 7-77 3:01 ARIZ — Ka’Deem Carey 1-yard run (Bonano kick), 9-85 2:34 ARIZ ARIZ OSU ARIZ — — — — Austin Hill 3-yard pass from Matt Scott (Bonano kick), 10-91 3:31 Ka’Deem Carey 24-yard run (Bonano kick), 3-52 1:00 Storm Woods 1-yard run (Romaine kick), 7-50 2:50 Dan Buckner 16-yard pass from Matt Scott (Bonano kick), 4-40 1:06 2nd 10:59 06:10 03:29 3rd 11:22 08:48 04:25 00:19 08:35 05:34 01:09

WASHINGTON STATE (2-4, 0-3) OREGON STATE (4-0, 3-0)
1st 11:49

1 0 3

2 3 3

3 0 7

4 3 6

F 6 19

OSU — Trevor Romaine 30-yard field goal, 7-41 1:56 WSU — Andrew Furney 24-yard field goal, 7-60 2:37 OSU — Trevor Romaine 24-yard field goal, 7-12 1:50 OSU — Markus Wheaton 12-yard pass from Sean Mannion (Romaine kick), 10-75 5:43 WSU — Andrew Furney 32-yard field goal, 9-72 3:36 OSU — Tyler Anderson 1-yard run (Romaine kick missed), 12-86 5:01 WSU 14 14-20 20-37-4 207 227 1-1 6-40 4-38.2 0-0 1-21 3-28 20:45 2 of 10 0 of 1 OSU 21 40-100 25-42-3 270 370 0-0 11-110 3-37.3 1-24 2-33 3-18 39:15 9 of 20 1 of 2 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - OSU: Woods 15-54, Agnew 10-44, Anderson 2-26-1, Wheaton 2-9, Ward 1-1, Cooks 1-(-5), TEAM 4-(-6), Mannion 5-(-23). WSU: Winston 3-22, Caldwell 6-18, Furney 1-(-1), Bartolone 1-(-3), Tuel 3-(-18). PASSING - OSU: Mannion 25-42-3-270-1. WSU: Halliday 9-20-3-81-0, Tuel 11-17-1-126-0. RECEIVING - OSU: Wheaton 9-95-1, Cooks 5-82, Prince 4-27, Woods 4-27, Jenkins 1-30, Ward 1-6, Smith 1-3. WSU: Wilson 4-54, Bartolone 4-32, Simone 3-83, Myers 3-25, Caldwell 3-(-9), Marks 2-15, K. Williams 1-7. MISSED FIELD GOALS - None. TACKLES - OSU: Wynn 3-2=5, Martin 4-0=4, Poyer 4-0=4, Crichton 4-0=4. WSU: Bucannon 8-3=11, Sagote 6-2=8, Locker 6-1=7, Monroe 1-6=7, Coen 2-4=6. ATTENDANCE - 46,579. WEATHER - 77 degrees; Wind 7 mph N, Sunny.

2nd 09:08 02:51 3rd 4th 09:17 09:33 04:27

4th

OSU — Markus Wheaton 20-yard pass from Sean Mannion (Romaine kick), 7-86 2:04 ARIZ — Austin Hill 7-yard pass from Matt Scott (Bonano kick), 10-75 3:01 OSU — Connor Hamlett 9-yard pass from Sean Mannion (Romaine kick), 10-75 4:25 OSU 30 43-180 29-45-0 433 613 1-1 10-94 5-45.2 0-0 2-35 2-12 36:41 7 of 16 0 of 0 ARIZ 28 23-142 31-53-2 403 545 2-0 6-59 5-46.8 2-12 3-43 2-13 23:19 4 of 10 0 of 0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - OSU: Woods 29-161-1, Ward 4-22, Agnew 2-9, Wheaton 2-2, Anderson 2-2-1, TEAM 2-(-3), Mannion 2-(-13). ARIZ: Carey 17-115-2, Scott 5-29, Morrison 1-(-2). PASSING - OSU: Mannion 29-45-0-433-3. ARIZ: Scott 31-53-2-403-3. RECEIVING - OSU: Wheaton 10-166-2, Cooks 9-149, Woods 4-42, K. Cummings 3-52, Prince 2-15, Hamlett 1-9-1. ARIZ: Hill 8-74-2, Buckner 6-119-1, Slavin 5-73, Carey 4-68, Morrison 4-30, Richards 2-28, Bachman 1-10, Tutogi 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS - OSU: Romaine 35. ARIZ: Bonano 41. TACKLES - OSU: Reynolds 9-1=10, Murphy 6-3=9, Zimmerman 4-4=8, Welch 3-2=5, Poyer 1-3=4. ARIZ: Grandon 9-3=12, Flowers 7-4=11, Fischer 7-2=9, Onwuasor 6-2=8, S. Jackson 2-5=7. ATTENDANCE - 44,153. WEATHER - 86 deg.; Wind 9 mph W, Clear w/ full moon.

First Downs Rushes-Yards Comp-Att-Int Passing Yards Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Sacks By-Yards Lost Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

First Downs Rushes-Yards Comp-Att-Int Passing Yards Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Sacks By-Yards Lost Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

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2012 BEAVER FOOTBALL • GAME SEVEN • OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON • OCTOBER 27, 2012

GAME 5 — OREGON STATE AT BYU
#10 OREGON STATE BYU
LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo, Utah • Oct. 13, 2012 (AP) — Never mind if Cody Vaz hadn’t taken a snap since 2010, or started a game since he was in high school. The Oregon State backup-turned-starter made it look easy in the Beavers’ 42-24 win over BYU, passing for three touchdowns and 332 yards against a defense rated fifth in the nation. It was the block he made on a BYU defensive lineman that paved the way for Markus Wheaton to score on a 12-yard fourth-quarter reverse that bumped No. 10 Oregon State’s lead to 11 points with 5:30 remaining. Heading into the game, Vaz was the unheralded backup to sophomore sensation Sean Mannion. Then Mannion injured his left knee, thrusting the 6-1, 198-pound junior into the lineup, on the road, against a “blackout” crowd and a BYU team donning black uniforms for the first time in the modern era. “I knew all along that Cody is a pretty good player, but I also knew this is a pretty hard venue to step into,” Oregon State coach Mike Riley said. “I thought guys helped him out and made plays.” Vaz came out firing, completing his first five passes for 75 yards, capped by a 11-yard TD pass to Wheaton. He tossed a 24-yard scoring strike to Wheaton with 3:01 left in the quarter for a 14-7 Oregon State lead. Oregon State is 5-0 for the first time since 1939, while BYU fell to 4-3. Cooks caught eight passes for 173 yards for the Beavers. The Beavers also got some help on the ground, gaining 118 yards -double what BYU had been allowing. Storm Woods and Malcolm Agnew led the way, with Woods scoring on a 16-yard third-quarter run for a 21-14 lead. Vaz’s third TD pass was pure luck as BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy tipped it at the line. Tight end Colby Prince grabbed it in the end zone for a touchdown while surrounded by three defenders. It gave Oregon State a 28-21 lead with 14:48 remaining. A 35-yard field goal by Justin Sorensen pulled BYU within 28-24 with 8:55 left. Nelson, who had missed the previous two games with what he said were “back fractures,” countered Oregon State’s first score with a 10-play, 75-yard drive of his own. He showed he was healthy from the start, bootlegging left on BYU’s first play from scrimmage and rumbling 16 yards. The score was tied at 21 after Jamaal Williams’ 2-yard run late in the third quarter. The Beavers outscored BYU 21-3 the rest of the way, rolling up 450 yards offense against a team that had held its previous 12 opponents under 300 yards. Vaz’s final scoring drive covered 77 yards and was aided by back-to-back pass interference calls that moved the ball to the Cougars’ 12. Wheaton took it the rest of the way, then Jordan Poyer’s 11th career interception - one he returned 49 yards for a touchdown, sealed the win.

GAME 6 — OREGON STATE VS. UTAH
UTAH #8 OREGON STATE
Reser Stadium Corvallis, Ore. • Oct. 20, 2012 Redshirt freshman running back Storm Woods rushed for a career-high three touchdowns and the Oregon State defense forced four crucial turnovers on the way to a 21-7 victory over Utah in OSU’s Homecoming game at Reser Stadium. Oregon State is now 6-0 for the first time in 105 years. The 1907 team finished that campaign with an undefeated 6-0 record. The previous week against BYU, quarterback Cody Vaz came out on fire as the Beavers’ offense set the tone for the game early on. Against Utah, the defense took the leading role in staking the Beavers to a 14-0 lead. Utah quarterback Travis Wilson overthrew DeVonte Christopher across the middle, and the pass was intercepted by Michael Doctor at the Utah 35-yard line and returned 19 yards with 2:02 left in the first quarter. It was Doctor’s third career interception. Vaz hit tight end Connor Hamlett for 12 yards to the Utah 4 and Woods went off right tackle two plays later from a yard out to open the scoring. On Utah’s ensuing possession, Wilson was hit by Rudolf Fifita as he rolled left, jarring the ball loose. Dylan Wynn jumped on the fumble at the Utah 10-yard line, and two plays later, Woods plunged in from two yards out to make it 14-0 with 14:27 remaining in the half. Though the Beavers were outgained 175-98 in the first half, they benefited from the takeaways as their two scoring drives combined to cover just 26 yards. Utah responded two drives later with a 10-play, 88-yard drive capped by an 18-yard touchdown pass from Wilson to Jake Murphy to make it 14-7 with 6:00 to play in the second quarter. The score snapped the Beavers’ streak of not allowing a touchdown at home at 85 minutes and 31 seconds. Utah did have an opportunity to jump ahead first. Wilson hit a 35-yard pass to Luke Matthews on the Utes’ first play from scrimmage, but Coleman Peterson missed a 43-yard field goal after the drive stalled in OSU territory. The Utes moved to the Beavers’ 3-yard line on the opening possession of the second half after a pass interference call. But after twice trying unsuccessfully to pound it into the end zone, Wilson’s pitch on a reverse to Christopher didn’t connect and Scott Crichton recovered at the OSU 10-yard line. The missed opportunity would be the Utes’ best chance to tie the score. Instead, they finished with seven points to become the third team to come to Reser Stadium in 2012 without scoring double digits. The last time an Oregon State team held three opponents to under 10 points at home was 2000. The Beavers added an insurance score in the fourth quarter. After taking an illegal block below the waist penalty to push the ball back to the 19, Vaz hooked up with Kevin Cummings to make up the 25 yards for an OSU first down. Later on the drive, Cummings made his second catch on a third down that was short of the lead stick, but a helmet-to-helmet foul on the Utes gave the Beavers a fresh set of downs at the Utah 26. Vaz found Wheaton on the next play to the 2-yard line, and then Woods went in off the right side for the third time to push it to 21-7. Sean Martin sealed the win with his first career interception late. It gave the Beavers 12 interceptions on the season. They had 11 all of last year. It’s the second time in three weeks OSU has forced at least four turnovers in a game. They forced five against Washington State. The Beavers are 4-0 in conference play for the first time since the opening season of the Pac-8 in 1968.

42 24

7 21

BOX SCORE OREGON STATE (5-0) BYU (4-3)
1st 12:29 09:27 03:01 06:26 02:50 14:48 08:55 05:30 04:58

1 14 7

2 0 7

3 7 7

4 21 3

F 42 24

OSU — Markus Wheaton 11-yard pass from Cody Vaz (Romaine kick), 6-75 2:31 BYU — Jamaal Williams 1-yard run (Sorensen kick), 10-75 3:02 OSU — Markus Wheaton 24-yard pass from Cody Vaz (Romaine kick), 2-67 0:28 BYU — Devin Mahina 2-yard pass from Riley Nelson (Sorensen kick), 12-30 4:15 OSU — Storm Woods 16-yard run (Romaine kick), 10-81 3:46 BYU — Jamaal Williams 2-yard run (Sorensen kick), 9-75 3:36 OSU BYU OSU OSU — — — — Colby Prince 5-yard pass from Cody Vaz (Romaine kick), 8-77 2:57 Justin Sorensen 35-yard field goal, 10-69 3:00 Markus Wheaton 12-yard run (Romaine kick), 5-77 3:20 Jordan Poyer 49-yard interception return (Romaine kick) OSU 23 28-118 20-32-0 332 450 1-0 8-60 6-47.3 1-15 3-64 4-27 28:46 2 of 11 2 of 2 BYU 24 33-81 28-51-3 305 386 2-0 6-60 5-46.8 2-30 2-34 2-6 31:14 8 of 18 3 of 3 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - OSU: Woods 11-57-1, Agnew 5-44, Wheaton 1-12-1, Cooks 2-10, Anderson 1-2, Ward 2-2, Vaz 4-(-6), TEAM 2-(-7). BYU: Williams 15-36-2, Nelson 13-29, Falslev 1-7, Pritchard 1-5, Foote 1-3, Kuresa 1-2, TEAM 1-(-1). PASSING - OSU: Vaz 20-32-0-332-3. BYU: Nelson 28-51-3-305-1. RECEIVING - OSU: Cooks 8-173, Wheaton 5-66-2, Hamlett 2-58, Woods 2-11, Mullaney 1-14, K. Cummings 1-5, Prince 1-5-1. BYU: Hoffman 10-102, Williams 4-76, Foote 3-29, Apo 3-23, Friel 3-18, Mahina 2-24-1, Wilson 2-23, Ridley 1-10. MISSED FIELD GOALS - None. TACKLES - OSU: Murphy 5-6=11, Doctor 4-6=10, Taumoepeau 2-5=7, Martin 4-2=6. BYU: Ogletree 3-5=8, Fuga 2-4=6, P. Hadley 3-2=5, Sampson 2-3=5, Johnson 3-1=4, Unga 2-2=4. ATTENDANCE - 63,489. WEATHER - 54 degrees; Wind variable, Cloudy.

BOX SCORE UTAH (2-5, 0-4) OREGON STATE (6-0, 4-0)
1st 00:57

2nd 03:25 3rd 4th

1 0 7

2 7 7

3 0 0

4 0 7

F 7 21

OSU — Storm Woods 1-yard run (Romaine kick), 3-16 1:05 OSU — Storm Woods 2-yard run (Romaine kick), 2-10 0:27 UTAH — Jake Murphy 18-yard pass from Travis Wilson (Petersen kick), 10-88 5:40 OSU — Storm Woods 2-yard run (Romaine kick), 7-67 3:35 UTAH 19 45-135 15-28-2 172 307 2-2 7-69 5-38.2 2-0 1-35 0-0 34:27 3 of 16 2 of 4 OSU 15 28-52 16-26-0 174 226 0-0 5-64 8-38.1 0-0 2-25 2-18 25:33 2 of 11 0 of 0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - OSU: Woods 17-46-3, Cooks 2-10, Wheaton 2-2, Agnew 2-2, Vaz 2-(-3), TEAM 3-(-5). UTAH: White 20-68, K. York 10-52, Dunn 2-25, D. Anderson 3-10, Christopher 1-(-7), Wilson 9-(-13). PASSING - OSU: Vaz 16-26-0-174-0. UTAH: Wilson 15-28-2-172-1. RECEIVING - OSU: Wheaton 7-90, Woods 3-20, K. Cummings 2-32, T. Anderson 2-12, Hamlett 1-12, Cooks 1-8. UTAH: Murphy 4-42-1, Scott 4-40, Matthews 2-41, White 2-24, Denham 1-14, Tonga 1-10, Dunn 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS - UTAH: Petersen 43. TACKLES - OSU: Doctor 5-5=10, Crichton 1-8=9, Alexander 5-3=8, Wynn 2-6=8, Reynolds 6-1=7, Taumoepeau 4-3=7, Poyer 4-3=7. UTAH: Andersen 3-3=6, Rowe 3-2=5, Reilly 2-3=5, Hale 4-0=4, J. Kruger 2-2=4. ATTENDANCE - 45,769. WEATHER - 48 degrees; Wind 5 mph W, Cloudy.

2nd 14:27 06:00 4th 07:41

First Downs Rushes-Yards Comp-Att-Int Passing Yards Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Sacks By-Yards Lost Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

First Downs Rushes-Yards Comp-Att-Int Passing Yards Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Sacks By-Yards Lost Time of Possession 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

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2012 BEAVER FOOTBALL • GAME SEVEN • OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON • OCTOBER 27, 2012

THE LAST TIME OREGON STATE...
Beat a ranked team — No. 19 UCLA (9/22/12) Beat ranked teams in back-to-back games — No. 13 Wisconsin (9/8/12) & No. 19 UCLA (9/22/12) Returned a punt for a TD — Clayton York, 41 yards (on a blocked punt), vs. Arizona (10/8/11) *last traditional punt return for TD - Jordan Poyer, 85 yards, vs. UCLA (9/24/11) Returned a kickoff for a TD — James Rodgers, 86 yards, vs. California (11/15/08) Returned a fumble for a TD — Al Afalava, 33 yards, vs. UCLA (9/29/07) Returned an interception for a TD — Jordan Poyer, 49 yards, at BYU (10/13/12) Recovered a blocked punt for TD — Clayton York, vs. Arizona (10/8/11) — blocked by Clayton York Blocked a punt — Clayton York, vs. Arizona (10/8/11) Recovered a blocked FG for TD — Dennis Weathersby, 83 yards, vs. UCLA (10/5/02) — blocked by Nick Barnett. Blocked a Field Goal — Scott Crichton, vs. BYU (10/15/11) Blocked a PAT — Andrew Seumalo, vs. UCLA (9/24/11) Recorded a safety — at Utah (10/29/2011); Scott Crichton drew holding penalty on Kendrick Moeai (TE) in the end zone Scored a 2-point conversion — Markus Wheaton pass from Sean Mannion, vs. Sacramento State (9/3/11) Scored a 2-point defensive TD — Keith Heyward-Johnson at Washington (10/7/00) Missed a PAT — Trevor Romaine, vs. Washington State (9/6/12) Shut out an opponent — 3-0, vs. Pittsburgh - 2008 Sun Bowl (12/31/08) Shut out an opponent at home — 38-0, vs. Idaho (9/23/06) Shut out an opponent on the road — 0-0, at Oregon (11/19/83) Lineman scored a TD — 24-yard INT — Jeff Van Orsow, vs. Stanford (11/12/05) Player scored 3 touchdowns — 3 rush — Storm Woods, vs. Utah (10/20/12) Player scored 4 touchdowns — 3 rush, 1 rec. — Jacquizz Rodgers, at Washington (10/16/10) Player scored 5 touchdowns — 4 rush, 1 rec. — Steven Jackson, vs. New Mexico (12/24/03) Player responsible 4 touchdowns — 4 pass — Sean Mannion, at Washington State (10/22/11) Kicked 3 field goals — 26, 25, 25 — Trevor Romaine, at Washington State (10/22/11) Kicked 4 field goals — 40, 28, 29, 45 — Justin Kahut at Oregon (12/3/09) Had a player rush for 100+ yards — 161, Storm Woods, at Arizona (9/29/12) Had a player rush for 200+ yards — 223, Malcolm Agnew, vs. Sacramento State (9/3/11) Had two players rush for 100+ yards — 177, Yvenson Bernard & 115, James Rodgers, vs. Maryland - 2007 Emerald Bowl (12/28/07) Had a true freshman rush for 100-plus yards — 103, Malcolm Agnew, at Washington State (10/22/11) Had a rush of 50+ yards — 56, Markus Wheaton, vs. Washington (11/19/11) Had a rush of 60+ yards — 74, Jacquizz Rodgers, vs. Arizona State (10/2/10) Had a rush of 70+ yards — 74, Jacquizz Rodgers, vs. Arizona State (10/2/10) Had a rush of 80+ yards — 80, Steven Jackson, vs. UCLA (9/28/02) Had a player pass for 300+ yards — 332, Cody Vaz, at BYU (10/13/12) Had a player pass for 400+ yards — 433, Sean Mannion, at Arizona (9/29/12) Had a player pass for 800+ yards in consecutive games — 812, Sean Mannion, 379 at UCLA (9/22/12) & 433 at Arizona (9/29/12) Had a player with 100+ receiving yards — 173, Brandin Cooks at BYU (10/13/12) Had a player with 200+ receiving yards — 223, Sammie Stroughter at Washington (10/14/06) Had two players with 100+ receiving yards — 166, Markus Wheaton & 149, Brandin Cooks at Arizona (9/29/12) Had a player with 10+ receptions — 10, Markus Wheaton, at Arizona (9/29/12) Had a reception of 50+ yards — 59, Brandin Cooks from Cody Vaz, at BYU (10/13/12) Had a reception of 60+ yards — 75, Brandin Cooks from Sean Mannion, at UCLA (9/22/12) Had a reception of 70+ yards — 75, Brandin Cooks from Sean Mannion, at UCLA (9/22/12) Had a reception of 80+ yards — 87, James Rodgers from Sean Canfield, vs. Portland St. (9/5/09) Had a reception of 90+ yards — 90, Mike Hass from Derek Anderson at USC (12/6/03) Had a player with 3 quarterback sacks — 3.0-18, Scott Crichton, vs. Washington State (10/6/12) Had a player with 2+ interceptions — 3, Jordan Poyer, vs. Washington State (10/6/12) Had a player with 3+ interceptions — 3, Jordan Poyer, vs. Washington State (10/6/12) Had a player with 4 pass breakups — 5, Rashaad Reynolds, at Arizona (9/29/12) Had a player with 2+ forced fumbles — 2, Scott Crichton, at Washington State (10/22/11) Had a player with 2+ fumble recoveries — 2, Dylan Wynn, at Washington Stte (10/22/11) Had 500+ yards of total offense — 613, at Arizona (9/29/12) Allowed 500+ yards of total offense in a win — 545, at Arizona (9/29/12) Allowed fewer than 100 yards of total offense in a half — 64, Wisconsin (9/8/12) Forced 4+ turnovers — 4, vs. Utah (10/20/12) Forced 5+ turnovers — 5, vs. Washington State (10/6/12) Forced 4+ turnovers in back-to-back games — 4, at Arizona State (10/1/11) & 4, vs. Arizona (10/8/11) Committed 10+ penalties — 11 for 110 yards, vs. Washington State (10/6/12) Committed 14+ penalties — 14 for 120 yards, at Washington State (10/22/11) Committed 100+ yards in penalties — 110, vs. Washington State (10/6/12) Committed 139+ yards in penalties — 139, at Arizona State (10/1/11)

THE LAST TIME AN OPPONENT...
Returned a punt for a TD — Jamal Miles, 78 yards at Arizona State (10/1/11) Returned a kickoff for a TD — Jonathan Stewart, 97 yards at Oregon (11/19/05) Returned a fumble for a TD — Matt Bauman, 34 yards, BYU (12/22/09) - Las Vegas Bowl Returned an INT for a TD — Shaquille Richardson, 28 yards, vs. Arizona (10/8/11) Returned a blocked punt for a TD — Marcus Barnett, 1 yard at Cincinnati (9/6/06) — blocked by Mardy Gilyard Blocked a punt — Austin Yancy, at Stanford (11/27/10)

Blocked a Field Goal — Clay Matthews, USC (9/25/08) Blocked a PAT — Ben Gardner, vs. Stanford (11/5/11) Recorded a safety — TCU (9/4/10) — Errant snap out of the back of the end zone Scored a 2-point conversion — Brandyn Reed pass from Jeff Fleming, vs. Sacramento State (9/3/11) Scored a 2-point defensive TD — Tim Smith, Stanford (11/19/96) — 100 yards Missed a PAT – Giorgio Tavecchio, at California (11/12/11) Shut out Oregon State in Corvallis — 23-0, USC (11/15/97) Shut out Oregon State on the road — 35-0, at Wisconsin (9/10/11)

Player scored 3 touchdowns — 4 receiving — Jermaine Kearse, at Washington (10/16/10) Player scored 4 touchdowns — 4 receiving — Jermaine Kearse, at Washington (10/16/10) Player scored 5 touchdowns — 5 rush — Ian Johnson, at Boise State (9/7/2006) Player responsible 4 touchdowns — 4 pass — Darron Thomas, at Oregon (11/26/11) Kicked 3 field goals — 21, 33, 30 — Kyle Brotzman, at Boise State (9/25/10) Kicked 4 field goals — 27, 34, 44, 29 — Thomas Weber, at Arizona State (11/1/08) Had a player rush for 100+ yards — 115, Ka’Deem Carey, at Arizona (9/29/12) Had a player rush for 200+ yards — 205, John White, at Utah (10/29/11) Had two players rush for 100+ yards — 134, LaMichael James & 133, Kenjon Barner, Oregon (12/4/10) Had a rush of 50+ yards — 56, Isi Sofele, at California (11/12/11) Had a rush of 60+ yards — 60, John White, at Utah (10/29/11) Had a rush of 70+ yards — 83, Jeremiah Johnson, vs. Oregon (11/29/08) Had a rush of 80+ yards — 83, Jeremiah Johnson, vs. Oregon (11/29/08) Had a player pass for 300+ yards — 305, Riley Nelson, at BYU (10/13/12) Had a player pass for 400+ yards — 403, Matt Scott, at Arizona (9/29/12)

Had a player with 100+ receiving yards — 102, Cody Hoffman, at BYU (10/13/12)

Had a player with 10+ receptions — 10, Cody Hoffman, at BYU (10/13/12) Had a reception of 50+ yards — 51, Marquess Wilson from Jeff Tuel, vs. Washington State (10/6/12) Had a reception of 60+ yards — 65, Shaquelle Evans from Brett Hundley, at UCLA (9/22/12) Had a reception of 70+ yards — 73, Jeff Maehl from Jeremiah Masoli, at Oregon (12/3/09) Had a reception of 80+ yards — 86, Cody Ellis from Carl Bonner, vs. Washington (11/10/07) Had a reception of 90+ yards — 95, Stephan Baker from Kevin Sweeney, vs. Fresno State (9/21/85) Had a player with 3 quarterback sacks – 3.0-29, Tevita Finau, at Utah (10/29/11) Had a player with 2+ interceptions — 2, Shaquille Richardson, vs. Arizona (10/8/11)

Had 500+ yards of total offense — 545, at Arizona (9/29/12) Had 600+ yards of total offense — 670, at Oregon (11/26/11) Forced OSU into 4+ turnovers — 4, at Utah (10/29/11) Forced OSU into 5+ turnovers — 5, at Arizona State (10/1/11) Committed 10+ penalties — 15 for 130 yards, at California (11/12/11)

Committed 125+ yards in penalties — 130 yards (15), at California (11/12/11)

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CAREER RECEPTIONS
No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Player Receptions James Rodgers (2007-11) 222 Mike Hass (2002-05) 220 James Newson (2000-03) 213 MARKUS WHEATON (2009-present) 184 Sammie Stroughter (2004-08) 164 Phil Ross (1985, 1987-89) 153 Jacquizz Rodgers (2008-10) 151 Reggie Bynum (1982-85) 149 Robb Thomas (1985-88) 138 Steve Coury (1976-79) 135 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CAREER PASSING YARDS
Player Derek Anderson (2001-04) Jonathan Smith (1998-2001) Erik Wilhelm (1985-88) Sean Canfield (2006-09) Matt Moore (2005-06) SEAN MANNION (2011-present) Terry Baker (1960-62) Lyle Moevao (2007-09) Ed Singler (1979-82) Alvin White (1973-74) Yards 11,249 9,680 9,383 5,970 5,733 4,686 3,476 3,410 3,399 3,099 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

CAREER SACKS
Player Bill Swancutt (2001-04) Victor Butler (2005-08) Inoke Breckterfield (1995-98) Slade Norris (2005-08) Kane Rogers (1992-95) LaDairus Jackson (1999-2000) Dorian Smith (2006-07) Esera Tuaolo (1987-90) Stephen Paea (2008-10) SCOTT CRICHTON (2011-present) Sacks 37.0 25.5 19.5 19.0 16.0 15.5 15.0 14.0 14.0 14.0

CAREER RECEIVING YARDS
No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Player Mike Hass (2002-05) James Newson (2001-03) Sammie Stroughter (2004-08) James Rodgers (2007-11) MARKUS WHEATON (2009-present) Reggie Bynum (1982-85) Robb Thomas (1985-88) Roddy Tompkins (1996-99) Steve Coury (1976-79) Phil Ross (1985, 1987-89) Yards 3,924 3,572 2,623 2,582 2,404 2,231 2,043 1,845 1,837 1,827

CAREER PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Player Derek Anderson (2001-04) Jonathan Smith (1998-2001) Erik Wilhelm (1985-88) Sean Canfield (2006-09) Matt Moore (2005-06) Steve Endicott (1969-71) Terry Baker (1960-62) Gordon Queen (1962-64) SEAN MANNION (2011-present) Lyle Moevao (2007-09) TDs 79 55 52 38 29 24 23 23 23 21 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 12. 13.

CAREER TACKLES-FOR-LOSS
Player Bill Swancutt (2001-04) Inoke Breckterfield (1995-98) Richard Seigler (2000-03) Victor Butler (2005-08) Kane Rogers (1992-95) Derrick Doggett (2004-07) Bryan Jones (1995-98) Jeff Van Orsow (2004-07) Stephen Paea (2008-10) Nick Barnett (1999-2002) Trent Bray (2002-05) Slade Norris (2005-08) LaDairus Jackson (1999-2000) SCOTT CRICHTON (2011-present) TFLs 59.5 55.5 53.0 39.5 33.0 32.0 31.0 29.5 29.5 29.0 29.0 28.5 27.0 27.0

10.

CAREER 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES
No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10. Player Mike Hass (2002-05) James Newson (2001-03) Sammie Stroughter (2004-08) Reggie Bynum (1982-85) MARKUS WHEATON (2009-present) Robb Thomas (1985-88) James Rodgers (2007-11) Robert Prescott (1997-2000) Imani Percoats (1999) Victor Simmons (1978-81) Dave Montagne (1984-86) Greg Ainsworth (1997) Chad Johnson (2000) BRANDIN COOKS (2011-present) Games 19 16 11 8 8 7 7 6 4 3 3 3 3 3

CAREER 350-YARD PASSING GAMES
No. 1. 2. 3. Player Derek Anderson (2001-04) Erik Wilhelm (1985-88) Jonathan Smith (1998-2001) Matt Moore (2005-06) SEAN MANNION (2011-present) Lyle Moevao (2007-09) Sean Canfield (2006-09) Ryan Katz (2009-11) Games 9 5 3 3 3 2 1 1

CAREER INTERCEPTIONS
No. 1. 2. 4. 6. Player Mitch Meeuwsen (2001-04) Dan Espalin (1962-64) Sabby Piscitelli (2003-06) Charlie Olds (1964-68) Armon Hatcher (1995-98) Larry Rich (1967-69) Jim Lilly (1970-72) Lavance Northington (1984-85, 1987) Bill Sheffold (1949-51) Teddy Johnson (1985-88) JORDAN POYER (2009-present) INTs 20 15 15 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 11

6. 7.

9.

CAREER RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
No. 1. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. Player James Newson (2000-03) Mike Hass (2002-05) Vern Burke (1962-63) James Rodgers (2007-11) Robb Thomas (1985-88) Reggie Bynum (1982-85) Joe Newton (2003-04, 2006) Sammie Stroughter (2004-08) Joe Halahuni (2008-11) Roddy Tompkins (1996-99) Jeff Kolberg (1969-71) MARKUS WHEATON (2009-present) TDs 20 20 19 19 18 15 15 14 13 12 11 11

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THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS Oregon State
3rd & 1 8-11 3rd & 1 3-8 3rd & 2 2-4 3rd & 2 4-8 3rd & 3 5-11 3rd & 3 0-3 3rd & 4 3-7 3rd & 4 1-4 3rd & 5 4-10 3rd & 5 3-10 3rd & 6 1-6 3rd & 6 1-8 3rd & 7 1-5 3rd & 8 3-8 3rd & 8 0-4 3rd & 9 1-5 3rd & 9 1-5 3rd & 10 1-4 3rd & 10 4-11 3rd & 11+ 2-18 3rd & 11+ 2-16 Total 31-89 Total 21-83

Opponents
3rd & 7 2-6

TURNOVER MARGIN
Opponent Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah OSU 0 2 1 3 0 0 Opp. 2 0 2 5 3 4 Margin +2 -2 +1 +2 +3 +4

3RD DOWN CONV.
OSU 5-17 6-15 7-16 9-20 2-11 2-11 Opp. 2-14 2-15 4-10 2-10 8-18 3-16

3-AND-OUTS
OSU 3 of 12 5 of 14 3 of 14 3 of 12 4 of 13 2 of 11 Opp. 6 of 12 2 of 14 2 of 14 5 of 12 3 of 12 6 of 12

TACKLE LEADERS
Player (Tackles) Reynolds, Zimmerman & Alexander (7) Michael Doctor (9), Rashaad Reynolds (8) Rashaad Reynolds (10), Ryan Murphy (9) Dylan Wynn (5), Martin, Poyer & Crichton (4) Ryan Murphy (11) & Michael Doctor (10) Michael Doctor (10) & Scott Crichton (9)

GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE TOTALS Oregon State
Opponent Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah Rush 30-78-0 TD 41-122-1 TD 43-180-2 TD 40-100-1 TD 28-118-2 TD 28-52-3 TD Pass 29-47-276-1 TD 24-35-379-2 TD 29-45-433-3 TD 25-42-370-1 TD 20-32-332-3 TD 16-26-174-0 TD Total Offense 354 501 613 370 450 226 | | | | | | Rush 23-35-0 TD 28-72-1 TD 23-142-2 TD 14-20-0 TD 33-81-2 TD 45-135-0 TD

Opponents
Pass 20-38-172-1 TD 27-42-372-1 TD 31-53-403-3 TD 20-37-207-0 TD 28-51-305-1 TD 15-28-172-1 TD Total Offense 207 444 545 227 386 307

OREGON STATE RED ZONE EFFICIENCY
Opponent Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah TOTAL Inside 20 1 3 7 6 5 3 25 TD 1 1 5 2 4 3 16 Run/Pass 0/1 1/0 2/3 1/1 2/2 3/0 9/7 TD Pct. 1.000 .333 .714 .333 .800 1.000 .640 FG 0 2 1 2 0 0 5 Scoring Pct. 1.000 1.000 .857 .667 .800 1.000 .840 RZ Turnovers 0 0 0 2 0 0 2

OPPONENT RED ZONE EFFICIENCY
Opponent Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah TOTAL Inside 20 2 3 5 2 4 3 19 TD 1 1 4 0 3 1 10 Run/Pass 0/1 1/0 1/3 0/0 2/1 0/1 4/6 TD Pct. .500 .333 .800 .000 .750 .333 .526 FG 0 2 0 2 1 0 5 Scoring Pct. .500 1.000 .800 1.000 1.000 .333 .789 RZ Turnovers 1 0 0 0 0 1 2

OREGON STATE TURNOVERS FORCED
Player Ryan Murphy, INT vs. Wisconsin (O’Brien pass) Scott Crichton, FR / Dylan Wynn, FF vs. Wisconsin (O’Brien sack/fumble) Jordan Poyer, INT @ Arizona (Scott pass) Rashaad Reynolds, INT @ Arizona (Scott pass) Jordan Poyer, INT vs. Washington State (Halliday pass) Rudolf Fifita, FR vs. Washington State (Bartolone fumble) Anthony Watkins, INT vs. Washington State (Halliday pass) Jordan Poyer, INT vs. Washington State (Halliday pass) Jordan Poyer, INT vs. Washington State (Tuel pass) Rueben Robinson, INT @ BYU (Nelson pass) Jordan Poyer, INT @ BYU (Nelson pass) Rashaad Reynolds, INT @ BYU (Nelson pass) Michael Doctor, INT vs. Utah (Wilson pass) Dylan Wynn, FR / Rudolf Fifita, FF vs. Utah (Wilson sack/fumble) Scott Crichton, FR vs. Utah (Christopher fumble) Sean Martin, INT vs. Utah (Wilson pass) DN 3-12 2-8 1-10 1-10 3-10 2-10 2-15 1-10 1-10 2-9 1-10 3-16 3-8 3-6 3-G 4-4 Result Downs Punt TD End of Game Downs INT FG INT End of Game Punt TD Return End of Game TD TD Punt End of Game

OPPONENT TURNOVERS FORCED
Player Tevin McDonald, FR / Anthony Barr, FF @ UCLA (Mannion sack/fumble) Stan McKay, INT @ UCLA (Mannion pass) J. Grandon, FR / T. Bondurant, FF @ Arizona (Woods fumble) Deone Bucannon, INT vs. Washington State (Mannion pass) Ioane Gauta, INT vs. Washington State (Mannion pass) Casey Locker, INT vs. Washington State (Mannion pass) DN 1-10 1-10 2-5 3-20 3-5 3-9 Result Downs Punt TD Punt INT Punt

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OREGON STATE SCORING DRIVES
Qtr. 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 4th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1st 1st 3rd 4th 4th 4th 1st 2nd 4th Opponent Wisconsin Wisconsin @ UCLA @ UCLA @ UCLA @ UCLA @ UCLA @ Arizona @ Arizona @ Arizona @ Arizona @ Arizona @ Arizona Washington State Washington State Washington State Washington State @ BYU @ BYU @ BYU @ BYU @ BYU @ BYU Utah Utah Utah Time 13:03 09:33 09:24 12:48 05:23 01:21 09:33 02:05 10:59 06:10 04:25 08:35 01:09 11:49 02:51 09:17 04:27 12:29 03:01 06:26 14:48 05:30 04:58 00:57 14:27 07:41 Scoring Play Trevor Romaine 43-yd field goal Brandin Cooks 20-yd pass from Sean Mannion Trevor Romaine 22-yd field goal Brandin Cooks 75-yd pass from Sean Mannion Markus Wheaton 42-yd pass from Sean Mannion Storm Woods 2-yd run Trevor Romaine 17-yd field goal Markus Wheaton 2-yd pass from Sean Mannion Trevor Romaine 30-yd field goal Tyler Anderson 1-yd run Storm Woods 1-yd run Markus Wheaton 20-yd pass from Sean Mannion Connor Hamlett 9-yd pass from Sean Mannion Trevor Romaine 30-yd field goal Trevor Romaine 24-yd field goal Markus Wheaton 12-yd pass from Sean Mannion Tyler Anderson 1-yd run Markus Wheaton 11-yd pass from Cody Vaz Markus Wheaton 24-yd pass from Cody Vaz Storm Woods 16-yd run Colby Prince 5-yd pass from Cody Vaz Markus Wheaton 12-yd run Jordan Poyer 49-yd interception return Storm Woods 1-yd run Storm Woods 2-yd run Storm Woods 2-yd run Conversion Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Plays-Yards 9-42 11-86 13-81 1-75 4-55 13-88 9-74 9-83 10-84 7-77 7-50 7-86 10-75 7-41 7-12 10-75 12-86 6-75 2-67 10-81 8-77 5-77 3-16 2-10 7-67 TOP 2:43 5:24 4:13 0:11 1:42 4:46 4:28 4:01 4:01 3:01 2:50 2:04 4:25 1:56 1:50 5:43 5:01 2:31 0:28 3:46 2:57 3:20 1:05 0:27 3:35 Score 3-0 10-0 3-0 10-3 17-3 24-10 27-17 7-0 10-0 17-0 24-21 31-28 38-35 3-0 6-3 13-3 19-6 7-0 14-7 21-14 28-21 35-24 42-24 7-0 14-0 21-7

Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick missed Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick Trevor Romaine kick

OPPONENT SCORING DRIVES
Qtr. 4th 2nd 2nd 4th 4th 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 2nd 4th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 2nd Opponent Wisconsin @ UCLA @ UCLA @ UCLA @ UCLA @ Arizona @ Arizona @ Arizona @ Arizona @ Arizona Washington State Washington State @ BYU @ BYU @ BYU @ BYU Utah Time 01:31 12:59 00:49 14:01 01:47 03:29 11:22 08:48 00:19 05:34 09:08 09:33 09:27 03:25 02:50 08:55 06:00 Scoring Play Jacob Pedersen 11-yd pass from Danny O’Brien Ka’i Fairbairn 22-yd field goal Shaquelle Evans 65-yd pass from Brett Hundley Brett Hundley 1-yd fun Ka’i Fairbairn 35-yd field goal Ka’Deem Carey 1-yd run Austin Hill 3-yd pass from Matt Scott Ka’Deem Carey 24-yd run Dan Buckner 16-yd pass from Matt Scott Austin Hill 7-yd pass from Matt Scott Andrew Furney 24-yd field goal Andrew Furney 32-yd field goal Jamaal Williams 1-yd run Devin Mahina 2-yd pass from Riley Nelson Jamaal Williams 2-yd run Justin Sorensen 35-yd field goal Jake Murphy 18-yd pass from Travis Wilson Justin Sorensen kick Justin Sorensen kick Justin Sorensen kick Coleman Petersen kick Conversion Kyle French kick Ka’i Fairbairn kick Ka’i Fairbairn kick John Bonano kick John Bonano kick John Bonano kick John Bonano kick John Bonano kick Plays-Yards 8-64 5-52 3-78 7-75 13-71 9-85 10-91 3-52 4-40 10-75 7-60 9-72 10-75 12-30 9-75 10-69 10-88 TOP 1:24 2:01 0:42 2:20 3:01 2:34 3:31 1:00 1:06 3:01 2:37 3:36 3:02 4:15 3:36 3:00 5:40 Score 7-10 3-3 10-17 17-24 20-27 7-17 14-17 21-17 28-24 35-31 3-3 6-19 7-7 14-14 21-21 24-28 7-14

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QUARTERBACKS
4 • MANNION, Sean (PASSING)
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah Comp 29 24 29 25 Att 47 35 45 42 Yds 276 379 433 270 DNP DNP Yds DNP DNP DNP DNP 332 174 TD 1 2 3 1 Int 0 1 0 3 LG 33 75 57 32

RECEIVERS
2 • WHEATON, Markus
Rush Wisconsin 2 @ UCLA 1 @ Arizona 2 Washington State 2 @ BYU 1 Utah 2 Rush Wisconsin 2 @ UCLA 2 @ Arizona 0 Washington State 1 @ BYU 2 Utah 2 Net 3 10 2 9 12 2 Net 13 11 0 -5 10 10 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rec. 0 0 0 1 0 0 Rec. 4 0 2 4 1 0 Rec. 2 0 3 0 1 2 Rec. 3 0 1 0 2 1 LG 9 10 7 7 12 5 LG 9 12 0 0 9 11 Yds 0 0 0 3 0 0 Yds 42 0 15 27 5 0 Yds 12 0 52 0 5 32 Yds 13 0 9 0 58 12 Rec. 8 9 10 9 5 7 Rec. 6 6 9 5 8 1 Yds 87 150 166 95 66 90 Yds 80 175 149 82 173 8 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 1 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 TD LG 0 21 1 42 2 51 1 22 2 24 0 25 TD LG 1 26 1 75 0 57 0 32 0 59 0 8 LG 0 0 0 3 0 0 LG 33 0 13 8 5 0 LG 7 0 38 0 5 25 LG 8 0 9 0 29 12

SPECIAL TEAMS
12 • ROMAINE, Trevor
FGM-FGA Wisconsin 1-2 @ UCLA 2-2 @ Arizona 1-2 Washington State 2-2 @ BYU 0-0 Utah 0-0 PR 1 1 0 1 1 0 PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 Punts 6 7 5 3 6 8 PCT .500 1.000 .500 1.000 — — Yds -5 5 0 24 15 0 Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-19 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yds 245 307 226 112 284 305 20-29 30-39 40-49 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 LG 0 5 0 24 15 0 LG 0 0 0 0 0 0 Avg 40.8 43.9 45.2 37.3 47.3 38.1 KR 0 0 0 0 0 0 KR 1 0 2 2 2 2 LG 47 61 52 43 58 49 50+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yds 14 0 35 33 45 25 In20 0 4 2 1 4 5 LG XP-XPA 43 1-1 22 3-3 30 5-5 30 1-2 — 6-6 — 3-3 TD LG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD LG 0 14 0 0 0 20 0 19 0 23 0 14 TB 1 0 0 0 0 0

14 • VAZ, Cody (PASSING)
Comp Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah Att TD Int LG

7 • COOKS, Brandin

14 • POYER, Jordan (RETURNS)
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

20 16

32 26

3 0

0 0

59 25

RUNNING BACKS
24 • WOODS, Storm
Rush Wisconsin 9 @ UCLA 21 @ Arizona 29 Washington State 15 @ BYU 11 Utah 17 Rush Wisconsin 1 @ UCLA 2 @ Arizona 4 Washington State 1 @ BYU 2 Utah 0 Rush Wisconsin 11 @ UCLA 7 @ Arizona 2 Washington State 10 @ BYU 5 Utah 2 Rush Wisconsin 1 @ UCLA 3 @ Arizona 2 Washington State 2 @ BYU 1 Utah 0 Rush Wisconsin 0 @ UCLA 0 @ Arizona 0 Washington State 0 @ BYU 0 Utah 0 Net 36 96 161 54 57 46 Net 2 5 22 1 2 0 Net 45 10 9 44 44 2 Net 6 6 2 26 2 0 Net 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 1 1 0 1 3 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 1 1 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 LG 16 23 21 8 16 8 LG 2 3 11 1 2 0 LG 16 10 8 11 30 2 LG 6 4 1 25 2 0 LG 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rec. 4 2 4 4 2 3 Rec. 1 1 0 1 0 0 Rec. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rec. 1 1 0 0 0 2 Rec. 0 1 0 1 0 0 Yds 29 18 42 27 11 20 Yds 10 4 0 6 0 0 Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yds 3 7 0 0 0 12 Yds 0 1 0 30 0 0 TD LG 0 11 0 15 0 25 0 17 0 8 0 11 TD LG 0 10 0 4 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 TD LG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD LG 0 3 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 TD LG 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 0

10 • SMITH, Caleb
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

22 • MARABLE, Malcolm (RETURNS)
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

82 • PRINCE, Colby
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

48 • KOSTOL, Keith
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

28 • WARD, Terron

84 • CUMMINGS, Kevin
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

30 • AGNEW, Malcolm

89 • HAMLETT, Connor
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

33 • ANDERSON, Tyler

34 • JENKINS, Jordan

OFFENSIVE STARTERS
9/8 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah SE Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton Wheaton SL K. Cummings York (FB) K. Cummings Hamlett (H-B) Hamlett (H-B) Anderson (FB) LT Philipp Philipp Philipp Philipp Philipp Philipp LG J. Andrews J. Andrews J. Andrews J. Andrews J. Andrews J. Andrews C I. Seumalo I. Seumalo I. Seumalo I. Seumalo I. Seumalo I. Seumalo RG Enger Enger Enger Enger Enger Enger RT Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly TE Prince Prince Prince Prince Prince Prince QB Mannion Mannion Mannion Mannion Vaz Vaz TB Woods Woods Woods Woods Woods Woods FL Cooks Cooks Cooks Cooks Cooks Cooks

DEFENSIVE STARTERS
9/8 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah LE Crichton Crichton Crichton Crichton Crichton Crichton LT Masaniai Masaniai Masaniai Masaniai Masaniai Masaniai RT A. Seumalo A. Seumalo A. Seumalo A. Seumalo A. Seumalo A. Seumalo RE Wynn Wynn Wynn Wynn Wynn Wynn SLB Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander MLB Taumoepeau Taumoepeau Taumoepeau Martin (CB) Taumoepeau Taumoepeau WLB Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor Doctor LCB Poyer Poyer Poyer Poyer Poyer Poyer SS Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman FS Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy RCB Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds

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DEFENSE
3 • WATKINS, Anthony
UT-AT-TOT Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah 0-1-1 0-1-1 2-1-3 1-1-2 0-1-1 UT-AT-TOT 4-3-7 3-2-5 3-2-5 0-1-1 3-0-3 5-3-8 UT-AT-TOT Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah 3-1-4 3-0-3 4-0-4 4-2-6 2-0-2 UT-AT-TOT 5-2-7 4-0-4 4-4-8 2-0-2 2-0-2 1-1-2 UT-AT-TOT 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-0-2 1-1-2 1-3-4 0-3-3 UT-AT-TOT 2-1-3 3-0-3 1-3-4 4-0-4 0-1-1 4-3-7 UT-AT-TOT 5-2-7 6-2-8 9-1-10 1-1-2 3-0-3 6-1-7 UT-AT-TOT 4-0-4 2-2-4 6-3-9 2-1-3 5-6-11 2-1-3 UT-AT-TOT 1-2-3 8-1-9 1-1-2 2-1-3 4-6-10 5-5-10 TFL DNP 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 TFL 2.0-8 0.5-0 1.0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-9 TFL DNP 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-1 TFL 1.0-13 0.0-0 1.0-1 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 TFL 0.0-0 1.0-3 0.0-0 1.0-2 0.0-0 1.0-1 Other — — 1 INT — — Other — — 1 BrUp — — 1 Sack Other — 1 BrUp 1 BrUp — 1 INT Other — — — 1 BrUp 1 BrUp — Other — — 1 Sack — 1 INT — Other 1 Sack, 1 FF, 1 BrUp — 1 INT, 1 BrUp 3 INT, 1 BrUp 1 INT, 1 BrUp — Other 2 BrUp — 1 INT, 5 BrUp — 1 INT, 1 BrUp 3 BrUp Other 1 INT, 1 BrUp — — — — — Other — — — 2 BrUp — 1 INT

DEFENSE
41 • TAUMOEPEAU, Feti
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah UT-AT-TOT 1-5-6 3-1-4 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-5-7 4-3-7 UT-AT-TOT 1-5-6 1-0-1 1-2-3 3-2-5 4-0-4 2-6-8 UT-AT-TOT 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-2-2 0-2-2 3-1-4 1-4-5 UT-AT-TOT 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-2-2 UT-AT-TOT 3-0-3 2-0-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-3-4 UT-AT-TOT 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 UT-AT-TOT 0-1-1 6-0-6 2-1-3 4-0-4 2-0-2 1-8-9 UT-AT-TOT 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-2-3 0-3-3 TFL 0.0-0 1.5-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-0 0.0-0 TFL 1.0-12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-0 TFL 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-8 0.0-0 TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 1.0-6 0.0-0 0.5-1 TFL 2.0-11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-11 TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 TFL 0.0-0 3.0-17 2.0-5 4.0-20 2.0-14 1.5-2 TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-2 0.0-0 1.0-6 0.0-0 Other — — — — — — Other 1 Sack, 1 FF — — — — 1 FR Other — — — — 1.5 Sack — Other — — — — — — Other 1 Sack — — 1 FR — 1 Sack, 1 FF Other — — — — — — Other 1 FR, 1 BrUp 2 Sack, 1 BrUp 1 Sack, 1 FF 3 Sack 2 Sack 1 FR Other — — — — .5 Sack —

4 • ALEXANDER, D.J.
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

45 • WYNN, Dylan
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

6 • MARTIN, Sean

49 • SEUMALO, Andrew
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

8 • ZIMMERMAN, Tyrequek
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

56 • FERNANDO, Rusty
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

13 • ROBINSON, Rueben
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

78 • FIFITA, Rudolf
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

14 • POYER, Jordan
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

94 • KELL, Devon
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

16 • REYNOLDS, Rashaad
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

95 • CRICHTON, Scott
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

25 • MURPHY, Ryan
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

98 • MASANIAI, Castro
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

40 • DOCTOR, Michael
Wisconsin @ UCLA @ Arizona Washington State @ BYU Utah

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NUMERICAL ROSTER
NO 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 9 10 12 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 18 18 19 20 21 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 48 NAME Chris Brown Riley Harper # Ryan Cope # Markus Wheaton Anthony Watkins D.J. Alexander Sean Mannion Brent VanderVeen Sean Martin Brandin Cooks Tyler Hasty Richard Mullaney Tyrequek Zimmerman Peter Ashton Caleb Smith Richie Harrington # Trevor Romaine Rueben Robinson Jordan Poyer Cody Vaz Larry Scott Rashaad Reynolds Cyril Noland-Lewis Malik Gilmore Kendall Hill Jovan Stevenson Blair Cavanaugh # Ryan Handford Mitch Singler # Malcolm Marable Mishawn Cummings Storm Woods Ryan Murphy Chris Miller Naji Patrick # Terron Ward Steven Christian # Malcolm Agnew A.J. Hedgecock # Joel Skotte Tyler Anderson # Jordan Jenkins Caleb Saulo Zack Robinson Micah Audiss # Brian Watkins Tym Pearson # Michael Doctor Feti Taumoepeau Clayton York # Michael Balfour # Jabral Johnson Dylan Wynn Rommel Mageo Josh Williams Jaswha James Keith Kostol # POS RB K K WR S LB QB QB CB WR CB WR S S TE QB K LB CB QB CB CB S WR S CB WR CB WR CB CB RB S LB CB RB S RB S LB FB RB LB S S CB WR LB LB RB FB LB DE LB LB LB P

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
NO 63 30 55 4 33 62 69 9 37 43 59 70 54 97 1 20 29 83 72 7 2 95 84 23 40 61 71 56 78 53 18 51 60 85 86 89 21 68 1 99 12 7 76 81 31 18 48 34 44 94 74 64 48 57 79 52 46 NAME Addie, Justin Agnew, Malcolm Akuna, Shaydon Alexander, D.J. Anderson, Tyler # Andrews, Gavin Andrews, Josh Ashton, Peter Audiss, Micah # Balfour, Michael # Barnett, Lavonte POS OL RB LB LB FB OL OG S S FB DE HT 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-5 5-10 5-8 6-0 6-5 6-4 5-10 5-9 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-5 6-7 5-10 6-6 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-2 WT 311 204 245 225 215 324 297 206 207 234 245 300 267 283 208 168 180 250 269 179 150 263 181 190 223 232 293 242 263 225 214 228 236 181 224 259 204 250 179 265 228 178 230 180 191 192 247 210 234 250 309 298 189 225 273 220 221 YR FR* SO SO* SO SO* FR JR* FR* FR* FR* FR* FR FR* JR* FR FR SR FR* FR* SO FR SO* JR SO* JR FR JR* SR SR FR* FR JR* FR* FR SO* SO* SR* FR FR* JR* FR* FR JR JR* FR FR FR* SR* SO JR* FR SR* SO* FR SO* JR* FR EXP RS 1V TM 1V 1V HS 2V RS RS RS RS HS RS 2V HS HS TR RS RS 1V HS 1V 2V RS 2V HS 2V 1V 1V RS HS TM RS HS 1V 1V TM HS TR RS RS HS TR 2V HS HS RS 3V 1V 2V HS 3V TM TR 1V TR HS HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE) Mesa, AZ (Skyline) Chesterfield, MO (De Smet Jesuit) Nanakuli, HI (Kapolei) Palm Desert, CA (Palm Desert) Walnut Creek, CA (De La Salle) Granite Bay, CA (Granite Bay) Fontana, CA (Colony) Keller, TX (Faith Christian) Roseburg, OR (Roseburg) Sherwood, OR (Sherwood) Lancaster, CA (Paraclete) Oceanside, CA (Oceanside) Birmingham, AL (Spring (TX)) Lebanon, OR (West Albany) Fresno, CA (San Joaquin Memorial) Corvallis, OR (Corvallis) Sacramento, CA (John F. Kennedy/Hawai’i) Spokane, WA (Mt. Spokane) Salt Lake City, UT (Highland) Stockton, CA (Lincoln) Portland, OR (Jesuit) Tacoma, WA (Henry Foss) Culver City, CA (Crespi) San Jose, CA (Valley Christian/Foothill CC) Tulsa, OK (Booker T. Washington) Lunada Bay, CA (Palos Verde) Bothell, WA (O’Dea) Apache Junction, AZ (Apache Junction/Glendale CC) Euless, TX (Trinity/Mt. San Antonio CC) Corvallis, OR (Crescent Valley) Lakewood, CA (Lakewood) University Place, WA (Curtis) Pasadena, CA (Bishop Alemany) Bend, OR (Bend) Chino Hills, CA (Ayala) Edmonds, WA (Meadowdale) New Brunswick, NJ (Santiago (CA) / Wyoming / Santa Ana JC) Corvallis, OR (Corvallis) Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood/Utah State) Temecula, CA (Temecula Valley/Saddleback CC) Westlake Village, CA (Oaks Christian) Newcastle, WA (Bellevue) Astoria, OR (Astoria/Western Oregon) Lake Oswego, OR (Lake Oswego) Dayton, OR (Dayton) La Marque, TX (La Marque) Inglewood, CA (Inglewood) Salem, OR (West Salem) Lawton, OK (Lawton) Hilo, HI (Hilo) Fresno, CA (San Joaquin Memorial/Fresno State) Kelso, WA (Kelso) Tigard, OR (Tigard) Bakersfield, CA (Garces Memorial/Fresno State) Portland, OR (Central Catholic) Oakland, CA (Oakland/Laney CC) Pago Pago, America Samoa (Samoana)

Bays, Grant OL Bennett-Jackson, Brandon DT Braun, John Brown, Chris Cavanaugh, Blair # Christian, Steven # Clute, Kellen Collins, Desmond Cooks, Brandin Cope, Ryan # Crichton, Scott Cummings, Kevin Cummings, Mishawn Doctor, Michael Eldredge, Chase Enger, Grant Fernando, Rusty Fifita, Rudolf Gardner, Kyle # Gilmore, Malik Gilmur, Charlie # Gonzales, Akeem Grim, J.C. # Gwacham, Obum Hamlett, Connor Handford, Ryan Hansen, Nolan # Harper, Riley # Harrah, Blake Harrington, Richie # Hasty, Tyler Hatcher, Jake # Hatfield, Micah Hedgecock, A.J. # Hill, Kendall James, Jaswha Jenkins, Jordan Johnson, Jabral Kell, Devon Keller, David Kelly, Colin Kostol, Keith # Linsky, Harrison # Lopez, Joe # Mafi, Dyllon Mageo, Rommel DE RB WR S TE DT WR K DE WR CB LB OL OL DE DE LB WR LB DE WR WR TE CB OL K DT QB CB OL WR S S LB RB LB DE OL OT P LS DT LB LB

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
NO 4 22 6 98 99 26 NAME Mannion, Sean Marable, Malcolm Martin, Sean Masaniai, Castro McMullen, Tim Miller, Chris POS QB CB CB DT P LB OL LS WR S OL S TE CB
#

NUMERICAL ROSTER
HT 6-5 5-7 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-2 6-5 WT 212 172 186 354 232 188 274 223 191 213 286 195 230 190 208 256 YR SO* SO* JR* SR* JR* FR FR SO* FR* SO* SO* FR FR FR* JR* SO* JR* SR SR* JR* FR* SR FR SO JR* SO* FR FR* SR* FR JR* FR FR FR FR JR* FR SR FR JR* SO SR* SR* FR SR SO FR* SO SR* SO EXP 1V 1V 1V 3V RS HS HS TM RS 1V 1V HS HS RS TR 1V HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE) Pleasanton, CA (Foothill) Pasadena , CA (Bishop Alemany) Corona, CA (Santiago) Waipahu, HI (Waipahu) Parkdale, Australia (Mentone Grammar School / Humboldt State) Pomona, CA (Diamond Ranch) North Bend, WA (Mount Si) Mission Viejo, CA (Trabuco Hills) Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks) Oakland, CA (Oakland Tech) Eugene, OR (Sheldon) Ruston, LA (Ruston) Corona, CA (Mater Dei) Vallejo, CA (St. Patrick-St. Vincent) Thurston, OR (Thurston/Columbia Basin CC) Ventura, CA (Buena) NO 49 50/80 51 51 52 53 54 55 56 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 68 69 70 71 72 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 93 94 95 97 98 99 99 NAME Andrew Seumalo Josh Mitchell Charlie Gilmur # Garett Southam # Dyllon Mafi Kyle Gardner # Brandon Bennett-Jackson Shaydon Akuna Rusty Fernando Isaac Seumalo Harrison Linsky # Michael Morovick # Lavonte Barnett Akeem Gonzales Chase Eldredge Gavin Andrews Justin Addie Colin Kelly Roman Sapolu Garrett Weinreich Nolan Hansen # Josh Andrews Grant Bays Grant Enger Desmond Collins David Keller Derek Nielsen # Jake Hatcher # Michael Philipp Rudolf Fifita Joe Lopez # Dustin Stanton Micah Hatfield Colby Prince Kellen Clute Kevin Cummings J.C. Grim # Obum Gwacham Ricky Ortiz # Tyler Perry Connor Hamlett Ali’i Robins Noke Tago Mana Rosa Devon Kell Scott Crichton John Braun Castro Masaniai Blake Harrah Tim McMullen POS DT OL LB OL LB LB DT LB DE C LS LS LB DE OL OL OL OT C OL OL OG OL OG DT OL OL OL OT DE DT TE WR TE TE WR WR WR TE TE TE DT DT DT DE DE DE DT DT P

50/80 Mitchell, Josh 58 Morovick, Michael # 8 25 75 17 87 27 39 88 Mullaney, Richard Murphy, Ryan Nielsen, Derek Noland-Lewis, Cyril Ortiz, Ricky Patrick, Naji # Pearson, Tym Perry, Tyler
# #

WR TE OT CB TE CB DT LB S K DT C LB CB DT C WR LB TE OL TE CB DT LB QB QB RB S CB OL WR LB RB DE FB S

77 Philipp, Michael 14 Poyer, Jordan 82 Prince, Colby 16 Reynolds, Rashaad 90 Robins, Ali’i 13 Robinson, Rueben 36 Robinson, Zack 12 Romaine, Trevor 93 Rosa, Mana 65 Sapolu, Roman 35 Saulo, Caleb 15 Scott, Larry 49 Seumalo, Andrew 56 Seumalo, Isaac 21 Singler, Mitch # 32 Skotte, Joel 10 Smith, Caleb 51 Southam, Garett # 80 Stanton, Dustin 19 Stevenson, Jovan 91 Tago, Noke 41 Taumoepeau, Feti 5 VanderVeen, Brent 14 Vaz, Cody 28 Ward, Terron 3 Watkins, Anthony 38 Watkins, Brian 66 Weinreich, Garrett 2 Wheaton, Markus 47 Williams, Josh 24 Woods, Storm 45 Wynn, Dylan 42 York, Clayton # 8 Zimmerman, Tyrequek *Utilized Redshirt Year

6-4 315 6-0 190 6-5 257 5-11 186 6-2 276 6-3 235 6-1 190 6-0 200 6-3 276 6-2 284 6-1 215 5-11 192 6-4 290 6-3 302 6-3 208 6-2 235 6-6 264 6-1 239 6-4 232 5-11 180 6-1 290 6-1 248 6-4 226 6-1 198 5-7 195 6-1 217 5-9 185 6-5 307 6-1 182 6-1 239 6-0 202 6-2 265 6-0 238 6-0 206 #Walk-on

2V San Bernardino, CA (Arroyo Valley) 3V Astoria, OR (Astoria) 3V Albany, OR (West Albany) 2V Pacoima, CA (San Fernando) RS Ewa Beach, HI (Saint Louis) 3V Chandler, AZ (Hamilton) HS Tahlequah, OK (Sequoyah) 1V Corona, CA (Centennial) 2V Haiku, HI (Baldwin) 1V Huntington Beach, CA (Edison) HS Kent, WA (Kentlake) RS Corona, CA (Centennial) 3V Corvallis, OR (Santiam Christian) HS Corvallis, OR (Corvallis) TM Medford, OR (South Medford) HS Bend, OR (Mountain View) HS Kent, WA (Kentridge) HS Durham, CA (Durham) HS Marysville, WA (Lakewood) 2V Tucson, AZ (Sunnyside) HS Pago Pago, America Samoa (Leone) 3V Rochester, CA (Kahuku (HI)) HS Arroyo Grande, CA (Arroyo Grande) 2V Lodi, CA (St. Mary’s) 1V Antioch, CA (De La Salle) 3V Burien, WA (Highline) 2V Burien, WA (Highline) HS Pismo Beach, CA (Arroyo Grande) 3V Chandler, AZ (Chandler) 1V Los Angeles, CA (Salesian) RS Pflugerville, TX (Pflugerville) 1V Concord, CA (De La Salle) 3V Redmond, OR (Redmond) 1V St. Matthews, SC (Lawton (OK)) TM - Member of the team, but has not lettered.

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OREGON STATE DEPTH CHART AT WASHINGTON
OFFENSE
SPLIT END (X) 2 *** MARKUS WHEATON 8 Richard Mullaney 86 * Obum Gwacham SLOTBACK (R) 84 ** Kevin Cummings 86 * Obum Gwacham LEFT TACKLE 77 ** MICHAEL PHILIPP ^ 75 * Derek Nielsen # LEFT GUARD 69 ** JOSH ANDREWS 50 Josh Mitchell CENTER 56 65 * Isaac Seumalo Roman Sapolu Sr. Fr-RS So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr-RS So. So. Jr. Fr-RS Fr-RS So. So. Sr. So. Jr.
#

DEFENSE
6-1 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-9 5-7 6-1 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-11 182 191 224 181 224 315 286 297 274 302 284 293 286 295 324 257 264 259 250 256 212 198 228 202 204 195 210 179 180 215 238 234 Chandler, Ariz. Thousand Oaks, Calif. Chino Hills, Calif. Culver City, Calif. Chino Hills, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. Eugene, Ore. Fontana, Calif. North Bend, Wash. Corvallis, Ore. Huntington Beach, Calif. Bothell, Wash. Eugene, Ore. Kelso, Wash. Granite Bay, Calif. Albany, Ore. Kent, Wash. Edmonds, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Ventura, Calif. Pleasanton, Calif. Lodi, Calif. Westlake Village, Calif. Pflugerville, Texas Chesterfield, Mo. Antioch, Calif. Salem, Ore. Stockton, Calif. Lake Oswego, Ore. Walnut Creek, Calif. Redmond, Ore. Sherwood, Ore. LEFT END 95 * 97 ** 56 * SCOTT CRICHTON John Braun Rusty Fernando So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr-RS Sr. Jr. Fr-RS So. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr-RS So. Sr. Fr-RS Jr. Jr. So. 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-10 263 283 242 354 273 276 290 276 267 265 263 250 225 235 234 248 235 235 223 235 245 190 185 204 206 217 207 213 180 206 186 186 190 Tacoma, Wash. Lebanon, Ore. Apache Junction, Ariz. Waipahu, Hawai’i Portland, Ore. Ewa Beach, Hawai’i Corvallis, Ore. Haiku, Hawai’i Birmingham, Ala. Concord, Calif. Euless, Texas Hilo, Hawai’i Palm Desert, Calif. Chandler, Ariz. Lawton, Okla. Rochester, Calif. Chandler, Ariz. Bend, Ore. Tulsa, Okla. Chandler, Ariz. Nanakuli, Hawai’i Astoria, Ore. Burien, Wash. New Brunswick, N.J. St. Matthews, S.C. Burien, Wash. Roseburg, Ore. Oakland, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Keller, Texas Pacoima, Calif. Corona, Calif. San Jose, Calif.

LEFT TACKLE 98 *** Castro Masaniai 79 * Joe Lopez # 90 Ali’i Robins RIGHT TACKLE 49 *** ANDREW SEUMALO 93 ** Mana Rosa 54 Brandon Bennett-Jackson RIGHT END 45 * 78 * 94 ** DYLAN WYNN Rudolf Fifita Devon Kell

RIGHT GUARD 71 ** GRANT ENGER 75 * Derek Nielsen # RIGHT TACKLE 64 ** COLIN KELLY 62 Gavin Andrews TIGHT END 82 *** 10 H-BACK 89 * 83 88 * COLBY PRINCE Caleb Smith Connor Hamlett Kellen Clute Tyler Perry

“SAM” LINEBACKER 4 * D.J. Alexander 13 *** Rueben Robinson 44 * Jabral Johnson MIDDLE LINEBACKER 41 *** FETI TAUMOEPEAU 13 *** Rueben Robinson 32 Joel Skotte “WILL” LINEBACKER 40 ** MICHAEL DOCTOR 13 *** Rueben Robinson 55 Shaydon Akuna LEFT CORNERBACK 14 *** JORDAN POYER 38 ** Brian Watkins 21 Ryan Handford STRONG SAFETY 8 * Tyrequek Zimmerman 3 *** ANTHONY WATKINS 37 Micah Audiss # FREE SAFETY 25 * Ryan Murphy 29 Steven Christian # 9 Peter Ashton RIGHT CORNERBACK 16 ** RASHAAD REYNOLDS 6 * Sean Martin 23 Mishawn Cummings

QUARTERBACK 4 * SEAN MANNION 14 ** Cody Vaz 12 Richie Harrington # TAILBACK 24 30 * 28 * 34 *** Storm Woods MALCOLM AGNEW Terron Ward Jordan Jenkins

FLANKER (Z) 7 * Brandin Cooks 81 ** Micah Hatfield FULLBACK 33 * 42 *** 43 Tyler Anderson CLAYTON YORK # Michael Balfour #

So. Sr. Fr-RS

SPECIALISTS
PAT-FG/KICKOFF 12 * TREVOR ROMAINE 48 Keith Kostol # PUNTER 48 99 HOLDER 99 8 Keith Kostol # Tim McMullen Tim McMullen Richard Mullaney So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Fr-RS 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-3 200 189 189 232 232 191 Corona, Calif. Tigard, Ore. Tigard, Ore. Parkdale, Australia Parkdale, Australia Thousand Oaks, Calif.

SPECIALISTS
SNAPPER 58 57 Michael Morovick # Harrison Linsky # So. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-7 5-7 5-10 5-11 223 225 190 182 172 195 179 180 Mission Viejo, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Astoria, Ore. Chandler, Ariz. Pasadena, Calif. Antioch, Calif. Stockton, Calif. Tucson, Ariz.

PUNT RETURNS 14 *** JORDAN POYER 2 *** Markus Wheaton KICKOFF RETURNS 22 * MALCOLM MARABLE 28 * Terron Ward 7 * Brandin Cooks 19 ** Jovan Stevenson

BOLD - indicates starter in 2011. ^ - indicates starter in 2010, missed 2011 due to injury.

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The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Game Results (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
Date Opponent Score W W W W W W Overall Conference Time Attend

Sep 08, 2012 * Sep 22, 2012 * Sep 29, 2012 * Oct 06, 2012 Oct 13, 2012 * Oct 20, 2012

#13 WISCONSIN at #19 UCLA at Arizona WASHINGTON STATE at BYU Cougars UTAH

10-7 27-20 38-35 19-6 42-24 21-7

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0

0-0 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-0 4-0

3:17 3:26 3:35 3:06 3:31 3:00

42189 54636 44153 46579 63489 45769

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games Team Statistics
SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters Oregon State Opponents
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT

OSU
157 26.2 132 42 78 12 650 825 175 210 3.1 108.3 9 1864 143-227-4 8.2 13.0 310.7 10 2514 437 5.8 419.0 10-171 4-39 12-209 17.1 9.8 17.4 7-2 51-493 82.2 35-1479 42.3 40.3 32-2027 63.3 46.9 3 3 :2 4 31/90 34% 4/8 50% 16-123 0 20 6-8 0-0 (21-25) 84% (16-25) 64% (19-20) 95% 134537 3/44846 Total 157 99

OPP
99 16.5 117 36 67 14 485 664 179 166 2.9 80.8 5 1631 141-249-12 6.6 11.6 271.8 7 2116 415 5.1 352.7 11-215 7-50 4-53 19.5 7.1 13.2 9-4 35-304 50.7 34-1443 42.4 40.7 21-1323 63.0 41.8 2 6 :3 6 21/83 25% 7/13 54% 11-75 0 12 5-8 0-2 (15-19) 79% (10-19) 53% (12-12) 100% 162278 3/54093 0/0

34 7

37 34

35 28

51 30

0 0

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg

Woods, Storm Agnew, Malcolm Anderson, Tyler Cooks, Brandin Wheaton, Markus Ward, Terron Vaz, Cody Kostol, Keith TEAM Mannion, Sean Total Opponents
Passing

6 102 6 37 6 9 6 9 6 10 6 10 2 6 6 1 5 12 4 14 6 210 6 166
gp

466 16 163 9 42 0 46 7 52 14 33 1 11 16 0 16 0 23 12 73 825 175 664 179

450 4.4 154 4.2 42 4.7 39 4.3 38 3.8 32 3.2 -5 -0.8 -16 -16.0 -23 -1.9 -61 -4.4 650 3.1 485 2.9
pct

6 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 5

23 30 25 12 12 11 7 0 0 7 30 29

75.0 25.7 7.0 6.5 6.3 5.3 -2.5 -2.7 -4.6 -15.2 108.3 80.8
lg avg/g

Poyer, Jordan Total Opponents
Interceptions

4 4 7
no.

39 9.8 39 9.8 50 7.1

0 0 0

24 24 27
lg

yds avg td

effic comp-att-int

yds td

Poyer, Jordan Reynolds, Rashaad Robinson, Rueben Murphy, Ryan Doctor, Michael Watkins, A. Martin, Sean Total Opponents
Kick Returns

5 2 1 1 1 1 1 12 4
no.

101 46 0 0 19 43 0 209 53

20.2 23.0 0.0 0.0 19.0 43.0 0.0 17.4 13.2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

50 42 0 0 19 43 0 50 38
lg

Mannion, Sean Vaz, Cody Total Opponents
Receiving

4 2 6 6
gp

139.75 107-169-4 152.42 36-58-0 142.99 143-227-4 111.29 141-249-12
no. yds avg

63.3 1358 7 62.1 506 3 63.0 1864 10 56.6 1631 7
td lg avg/g

75 59 75 65

339.5 253.0 310.7 271.8

yds avg td

Marable, Malcolm Ward, Terron Total Opponents
Fumble Returns

9 1 10 11
no.

152 19 171 215

16.9 19.0 17.1 19.5

0 0 0 0

23 19 23 35
lg

Wheaton, Markus Cooks, Brandin Woods, Storm Prince, Colby Hamlett, Connor Cummings, Kevin Anderson, Tyler Ward, Terron Jenkins, Jordan Mullaney, Richard York, Clayton Smith, Caleb Hatfield, Micah Total Opponents

6 48 654 6 35 667 6 19 147 6 11 89 6 9 110 6 8 101 6 4 22 6 3 20 6 2 31 3 1 14 5 1 3 6 1 3 5 1 3 6 143 1864 6 141 1631

13.6 19.1 7.7 8.1 12.2 12.6 5.5 6.7 15.5 14.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 13.0 11.6

6 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 7

51 75 25 33 29 38 7 10 30 14 3 3 3 75 65

109.0 111.2 24.5 14.8 18.3 16.8 3.7 3.3 5.2 4.7 0.6 0.5 0.6 310.7 271.8

yds avg td

Total Opponents

0 1

0 0.0 0 0.0

0 0

0 0

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

Scoring

td

fg

kick

pts

Total Offense

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

Wheaton, Markus Romaine, Trevor Woods, Storm Cooks, Brandin Anderson, Tyler Hamlett, Connor Poyer, Jordan Prince, Colby Total Opponents

7 - 6-8 6 2 2 1 1 1 20 6-8 12 5-8

19-20 19-20 12-12

-

-

-

-

- 42 - 37 - 36 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 - 157 - 99

Mannion, Sean Vaz, Cody Woods, Storm Agnew, Malcolm Anderson, Tyler Cooks, Brandin Wheaton, Markus Ward, Terron Kostol, Keith TEAM Total Opponents

4 2 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 6

183 64 102 37 9 9 10 10 1 12 437 415

-61 1358 1297 324.2 -5 506 501 250.5 450 0 450 75.0 154 0 154 25.7 42 0 42 7.0 39 0 39 6.5 38 0 38 6.3 32 0 32 5.3 -16 0 -16 -2.7 -23 0 -23 -4.6 650 1864 2514 419.0 485 1631 2116 352.7

Field Goals

fg

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

lg blk

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb

fc i20 50+ blk

Romaine, Trevor
FG Sequence

6-8

75.0 1-1

2-2

2-3

1-2

0-0

43

0

Oregon State

Opponents

Kostol, Keith Total Opponents
Kickoffs

35 1479 42.3 61 35 1479 42.3 61 34 1443 42.4 70

1 16 16 1 16 16 1 18 14

5 5 8

0 0 0

Wisconsin UCLA Arizona Washington State BYU Cougars Utah

(43),40 (22),(17) (30),35 (30),(24) -

(22),42,(35) 41 (24),(32) (35) 43

no. yds avg tb ob retn

net ydln

Romaine, Trevor Total Opponents

32 2027 63.3 19 32 2027 63.3 19 21 1323 63.0 11

2 2 19.5 41.8 0 17.1 41.8

23 23

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g

Cooks, Brandin Wheaton, Marku Woods, Storm Agnew, Malcolm Marable, Malcol Poyer, Jordan Hamlett, Connor Cummings, Kevi Prince, Colby Ward, Terron Anderson, Tyler Reynolds, Rash Watkins, A. Jenkins, Jordan Doctor, Michael Mullaney, Richar Hatfield, Micah Smith, Caleb York, Clayton Vaz, Cody Kostol, Keith TEAM Mannion, Sean Total Opponents

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 6 3 5 6 5 2 6 5 4 6 6

39 667 38 654 450 147 154 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 0 101 0 89 32 20 42 22 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 14 0 3 0 3 0 3 -5 0 -16 0 -23 0 -61 0 650 1864 485 1631

0 0 0 0 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 50

0 0 0 0 152 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 171 215

0 706 117.7 0 692 115.3 0 597 99.5 0 154 25.7 0 152 25.3 101 140 23.3 0 110 18.3 0 101 16.8 0 89 14.8 0 71 11.8 0 64 10.7 46 46 7.7 43 43 8.6 0 31 5.2 19 19 3.2 0 14 4.7 0 3 0.6 0 3 0.5 0 3 0.6 0 -5 -2.5 0 -16 -2.7 0 -23 -4.6 0 -61 -15.2 209 2933 488.8 53 2434 405.7

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
# 16 40 25 4 45 8 41 95 14 6 49 13 78 98 3 56 42 94 30 32 97 34 12 22 79 84 5F 2 58 28 29 33 9 Defensive Leaders gp ua Tackles a tot tfl/yds Sacks no-yds Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf

Reynolds, Rashaad Doctor, Michael Murphy, Ryan Alexander, D.J. Wynn, Dylan Zimmerman, Tyreque Taumoepeau, Feti Crichton, Scott Poyer, Jordan Martin, Sean Seumalo, Andrew Robinson, Rueben Fifita, Rudolf Masaniai, Castro Watkins, A. Fernando, Rusty York, Clayton Kell, Devon Agnew, Malcolm Skotte, Joel Braun, John Jenkins, Jordan Romaine, Trevor Marable, Malcolm Lopez, Joe Cummings, Kevin Seumalo, Isaac Wheaton, Markus Morovick, Michael Ward, Terron Christian, Steven Anderson, Tyler Ashton, Peter Total Opponents

6 30 7 6 21 16 6 21 13 6 18 11 6 12 15 6 18 7 6 10 15 6 15 10 6 14 8 5 16 3 6 5 10 6 7 7 6 6 5 6 3 7 5 3 5 6 3 3 5 3 3 6 2 1 6 2 . 6 . 2 6 2 . 6 1 . 6 1 . 6 . 1 5 . 1 6 1 . 6 1 . 6 1 . 6 1 . 6 1 . 2 . 1 6 1 . 5 . 1 6 219 152 6 239 160

37 37 34 29 27 25 25 25 22 19 15 14 11 10 8 6 6 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 371 399

. 3.0-6 . 5.0-22 1.5-12 . 2.0-2 12.5-58 3.0-15 . 2.5-9 1.5-10 3.5-22 2.0-8 . 2.5-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-172 31-136

. 2-46 . 1-19 . 1-0 1.0-8 . 1.0-12 . . . . . 8.0-48 . 1.0-13 5-101 . 1-0 1.5-8 . 1.0-9 1-0 2.0-20 . 0.5-5 . . 1-43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-123 12-209 11-75 4-53

11 2 1 . . 2 . 2 4 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . 25 34

. . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3

. . . . 1-0 . . 2-0 . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-0 2-0

. . . . 1 . . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3

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The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
Date Sep 08, 2012 Sep 22, 2012 Sep 29, 2012 Oct 06, 2012 Oct 13, 2012 Oct 20, 2012 Opponent #13 WISCONSIN at #19 UCLA at Arizona WASHINGTON STATE at BYU Cougars UTAH
gp att gain loss

* * * *

W W W W W W

Score 10-7 27-20 38-35 19-6 42-24 21-7
td

Att. 42189 54636 44153 46579 63489 45769
lg avg/g

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

Overall 6-0 4-0 2-0

Home 3-0 2-0 1-0

Away 3-0 2-0 1-0

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 OPP 117 36 67 14 485 166 2.9 80.8 5 1631 141-249-12 6.6 11.6 271.8 7 2116 5.1 352.7 11-215 7-50 4-53 9-4 35-304 34-42.4 26:36 21/83 7/13

Rushing

net avg

Woods, Storm Agnew, Malcolm Anderson, Tyler Cooks, Brandin Wheaton, Markus Ward, Terron Vaz, Cody Kostol, Keith TEAM Mannion, Sean Total Opponents
Passing

6 102 6 37 6 9 6 9 6 10 6 10 2 6 6 1 5 12 4 14 6 210 6 166
gp

466 16 163 9 42 0 46 7 52 14 33 1 11 16 0 16 0 23 12 73 825 175 664 179

450 4.4 154 4.2 42 4.7 39 4.3 38 3.8 32 3.2 -5 -0.8 -16 -16.0 -23 -1.9 -61 -4.4 650 3.1 485 2.9
pct

6 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 5
yds

23 75.0 30 25.7 25 7.0 12 6.5 12 6.3 11 5.3 7 -2.5 0 -2.7 0 -4.6 7 -15.2 30 108.3 29 80.8
td lg avg/g

effic comp-att-int

Mannion, Sean Vaz, Cody Total Opponents
Receiving

4 2 6 6
gp

139.75 107-169-4 152.42 36-58-0 142.99 143-227-4 111.29 141-249-12
no. yds avg

63.3 1358 7 62.1 506 3 63.0 1864 10 56.6 1631 7
td lg avg/g

75 59 75 65

339.5 253.0 310.7 271.8

Wheaton, Markus Cooks, Brandin Woods, Storm Prince, Colby Hamlett, Connor Cummings, Kevin Anderson, Tyler Ward, Terron Jenkins, Jordan Mullaney, Richard York, Clayton Smith, Caleb Hatfield, Micah Total Opponents
Field Goals

6 48 654 6 35 667 6 19 147 6 11 89 6 9 110 6 8 101 6 4 22 6 3 20 6 2 31 3 1 14 5 1 3 6 1 3 5 1 3 6 143 1864 6 141 1631
fg

13.6 19.1 7.7 8.1 12.2 12.6 5.5 6.7 15.5 14.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 13.0 11.6
20-29

6 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 7

51 75 25 33 29 38 7 10 30 14 3 3 3 75 65 2-3

109.0 111.2 24.5 14.8 18.3 16.8 3.7 3.3 5.2 4.7 0.6 0.5 0.6 310.7 271.8
40-49 50-99

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions
Interceptions no.

OSU 132 42 78 12 650 210 3.1 108.3 9 1864 143-227-4 8.2 13.0 310.7 10 2514 5.8 419.0 10-171 4-39 12-209 7-2 51-493 35-42.3 33:24 31/90 4/8
yds avg td lg

pct. 01-19

30-39

lg blk

Romaine, Trevor
Scoring

6-8
td

75.0 1-1
fg kick

2-2

1-2

0-0

43
pts

0

Poyer, Jordan Reynolds, Rashaad Doctor, Michael Murphy, Ryan Martin, Sean Robinson, Rueben Watkins, A.
Punting

5 2 1 1 1 1 1

101 46 19 0 0 0 43

20.2 23.0 19.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 43.0
lg

1 0 0 0 0 0 0
tb

50 42 19 0 0 0 43
fc i20 50+ blk

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

no. yds avg

Wheaton, Markus Romaine, Trevor Woods, Storm Anderson, Tyler Cooks, Brandin Hamlett, Connor Prince, Colby Poyer, Jordan Total Opponents Score by Quarters Oregon State Opponents

7 6 2 2 1 1 1 20 12

6-8 6-8 5-8
1st

19-20 19-20 12-12
2nd 3rd

4th

OT

Total 157 99

-

- 42 - 37 - 36 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 - 157 - 99

Kostol, Keith
Punt Returns

35 1479 42.3 61
no. yds avg td

1 16 16
lg

5

0

Poyer, Jordan Total Opponents
Kick Returns

4 4 7
no.

39 9.8 39 9.8 50 7.1
yds avg

0 0 0
td

24 24 27
lg

34 7

37 34

35 28

51 30

0 0

Marable, Malcolm Ward, Terron Total Opponents
All Purpose g

9 1 10 11
rush

152 19 171 215
rcv

16.9 19.0 17.1 19.5
pr

0 0 0 0
kr

23 19 23 35
ir total avg/g

Cooks, Brandin Wheaton, Markus Woods, Storm Agnew, Malcolm Marable, Malcol Total Opponents
Total Offense

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

39 667 38 654 450 147 154 0 0 0 650 1864 485 1631
g plays

0 0 0 706 0 0 0 692 0 0 0 597 0 0 0 154 0 152 0 152 39 171 209 2933 50 215 53 2434
rush pass

117.7 115.3 99.5 25.7 25.3 488.8 405.7

total avg/g

Mannion, Sean Vaz, Cody Woods, Storm

4 2 6

183 64 102

-61 1358 1297 324.2 -5 506 501 250.5 450 0 450 75.0

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions 29 161 3 30 47 29 29 433 3 3 75 10 175 2 2 75 2 2 43 8 47.3 61 5 24 23 11 3.0 4.0 3 Woods, Storm at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Woods, Storm at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Woods, Storm vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) Agnew, Malcolm at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Mannion, Sean vs Wisconsin (Sep 08, 2012) Mannion, Sean vs Wisconsin (Sep 08, 2012) Mannion, Sean at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Mannion, Sean at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Mannion, Sean at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Vaz, Cody at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Mannion, Sean at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Wheaton, Markus at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Cooks, Brandin at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Wheaton, Markus at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Wheaton, Markus at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Cooks, Brandin at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Romaine, Trevor at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Romaine, Trevor vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) Romaine, Trevor vs Wisconsin (Sep 08, 2012) Kostol, Keith vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) Kostol, Keith at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Kostol, Keith at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Kostol, Keith vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) Poyer, Jordan vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) Marable, Malcolm at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Murphy, Ryan at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Crichton, Scott vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) Crichton, Scott vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) Poyer, Jordan vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012)

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return 43 180 4.2 3 47 29 29 433 10.8 3 3 88 613 7.5 42 4 30 11 110 3 4 8 47.3 61 5 24 at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) vs Wisconsin (Sep 08, 2012) vs Wisconsin (Sep 08, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012)

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions 20 115 2 2 29 53 31 403 3 65 10 148 2 65 2 2 35 35 8 46.8 46.8 70 4 4 27 35 12 2.0 3.0 1 1 1 1 White, John, vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) Carey, K., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Carey, K., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) WILLIAMS, Jamaa, at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) White, John, vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) Scott, M., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Scott, M., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Scott, M., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Scott, M., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Hundley, Brett, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) HOFFMAN, Cody, at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Evans, Shaquell, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Hill, A., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Evans, Shaquell, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Fairbairn, Ka'i, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Furney, Andrew, vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) Fairbairn, Ka'i, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) SORENSEN, Justi, at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Locke, Jeff, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Dugandzic, K., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) STEPHENSON, Ril, at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Dugandzic, K., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Locke, Jeff, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Dugandzic, K., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) FALSLEV, JD, at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) Dunn, Reggie, vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) Grandon, J., at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) Barr, Anthony, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Barr, Anthony, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) McKay, Stan, at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) Bucannon, Deone, vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) Locker, Casey, vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) Gauta, Ioane, vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012)

The Automated ScoreBook Oregon State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 20, 2012) All games
OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return 45 142 6.2 2 2 53 31 403 8.9 3 84 545 7.2 35 3 3 28 7 7 69 5 3 8 46.8 46.8 70 4 4 27 vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) vs Utah (Oct 20, 2012) vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) vs Washington State (Oct 06, 2012) at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at UCLA (Sep 22, 2012) at Arizona (Sep 29, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Oct 13, 2012)

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