What they're saying...

What the media is saying about OSU's third consecutive Pac-10 road win, a 24-19 victory over Stanford in Palo Alto.

Making it count
The season comes down to the Civil War, but there's much more at stake than just pride this time.

Making the annual showdown between the Oregon State football team and University of Oregon take on greater meaning than the regular rivalry didn't seem plausible two months ago...more from By Cliff Kirkpatrick of the Corvallis Gazette Times.


Rudulph suspended
Joe Rudulph was suspended indefinitely by Oregon State football coach Mike Riley on Saturday morning.

The redshirt freshman was arrested Friday morning for allegedly assaulting a National Guardsman on leave from Iraq at the Headline Cafe, according to Capt. Jon Sassman of the Corvallis Police Department...more from Cliff Kirkpatrick of the Corvallis Gazette Times | Oregonian Beaver Notebook


OSU stops Stanford 24-19; Civil War will decide who goes to a bowl
Bring on the Ducks.

After Oregon State's 24-19 win over Stanford and Oregon's 34-26 loss to UCLA Saturday, a bowl appearance for both schools is on the line in next Saturday's Civil War at Reser Stadium...more from Kerry Eggers of the Portland Tribune.


Oregon St. survives scare from Stanford
Oregon State's bowl hopes now come down to the Civil War game against archrival Oregon and the Beavers wouldn't have it any other way.

It's a must-win for the Ducks, too...more from Janie McCauley of the Associated Press.


Two teams, one bowl game
As a group of Oregon State players gathered in front of Beavers fans at Stanford Stadium on Saturday, the crowd wasted little time in breaking into a chant:

"Beat the Ducks! Beat the Ducks!"...more from Mike Tokito of the Oregonian.


Anderson never lost faith after 1-4 start
Oregon's loss to UCLA and Oregon State's excruciatingly difficult 24-19 win over a brain-dead Stanford team set the stage for a 108th Civil War with one major plot line: Who goes bowling?

Oregon (5-5, 4-3 Pacific-10 Conference) must win to qualify for the postseason and make a disappointing season easier to swallow for its fans...more from Paul Buker of the Oregonian.

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