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Beavs do something they haven't all season

SEAN MANNION

CORVALLIS -- It was a long night. But a good one if you were an Oregon State fan. And no matter how you slice it, OSU walked away victorious by a 62-14 margin over the Cal Golden Bears for one reason and one reason only…

Saturday night was the first time all year long that Oregon State played a complete game on both sides of the ball. A dominant run game and electric pass game fueled the OSU fire for much of the contest. For Cal, the injury bug started gnawing early, and failed to let loose its grip for the duration of the wet, wild, and windy game that transpired in Reser Stadium. But the momentum shifted, oh...

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