CORVALLIS -- It was a long night. But a good one if you were an Oregon State fan. And no matter how…
OSU v. Cal: Position breakdown, who has edge?
Quarterback: Whoever Mike Riley chooses (assuming both are healthy), this Beaver offense probably cannot afford another shakeup at the starting QB slot this late into the season. Neither QB has been consistent enough to be the clear-cut choice. If it's Sean Mannion, how much rust will he have to shake off when Cal comes calling. Jeff Tedford is toying with the notion of whether or not to clear senior Zach Maynard – and he has got to be hoping he can go. Junior Allan Bridgford was okay against Oregon, who kept Cal to a mere 17 points last weekend. But Maynard can run, and run well – an invaluable weapon to take with you to Corvallis. Even if Maynard is playing at 75 percent, he can still hurt OSU with his legs. Edge is tied Running Back: Riley has come under recent criticism for underutilizing his running back corps (last week Storm Woods had nearly 100 yards, but did it only 15 carries) and justifiably so from this chair -- the Beavs need to consistently run the ball to the...
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