OSU 13-0

Jacquizz Rodgers can run and he can catch and apparently he can throw.
Rodgers found tight end Brady Camp for a 14-yard touchdown, the team’s first of the day, as Oregon State went up 13-0.

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OSU 6-0

Oregon State’s Justin Kahut capped off a 53-yard drive with a 42-yard field goal. The UCLA defense continues to allow middling plays but shows resolve near the red zone.

Drive Time: 9 plays, 53 yards, 3:46

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After one…

The UCLA defense is continuing its pattern of boom or bust, as Korey Bosworth just dropped Sean Canfield for a 12-yard sack, after the Bruins let the Beavers escape from their own 5-yard line.

The UCLA offense is as predictable as ever, run-run-pass time after time, though the Bruins have mixed in a couple end-arounds.

Oregon State leads 3-0 on the strength of a 48-yard Justin Kahut field goal.

Stay tuned.
JG

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OSU 3-0

The UCLA defense held strong on third-down after the Rodgers brothers marched down the field, and Oregon State settled for a 48-yard field goal by Justin Kahut.
UCLA must shore up the cut-back defense, as Jacquizz Rodgers danced through the interior defensive line in the absence of Jerzy Siewierski.

Drive Time: 9 plays, 41 yards, 4:25

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Checking in from Reser Stadium

Hello folks,

Here I am at Reser Stadium under the grey sky for UCLA vs. Oregon State. I’ll be checking in throughout the game as usual, so please feel free to ask any questions over the next few hours.

Besides a win, what are you eager to see today? How early should Richard Brehaut enter the game? How many carries should Johnathan Franklin get?

Thanks for checking in,
Jon

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P10 Hoops Media Day Extras: Part 4

Head coach Mike Montgomery, Cal
“They might not really be down at the end of the day. If they’re not really down at the end of the day, I guess they weren’t down at all. The notion that people are saying certain things, that’s preseason stuff, that’s hype, that’s news. The reality is, they’ve got to play, and teams with those traditions tend to rise up a little bit because they’re used to it.”

Head coach Mike Montgomery, Cal
“They’ve got great players this year, they’re just young. You don’t lose first-round guys two or three years in a row and expect to maintain. You can’t recruit behind them necessarily without knowing they’re going to leave. You just don’t know that any more. All of a guy leaves after one year and you say, ‘Aw, shucks that’s really going to hurt us’. Then the next year, you have two more guys go who you didn’t expect to leave. Well you’re three first-round draft picks down from what you expected to be, and that’s hard to overcome.”

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