| From an Oregon State perspective |
Beavers let good times roll in rout of Bengals
How easy was this?
Oregon State's first play gained 41 yards, the first drive lasted five plays before the Beavers were in the end zone and there was no slowing up until a 61-10 pasting of Idaho State was completed Saturday, much to the enjoyment of the 38,491 in Reser Stadium ... more from Bob Clark of the Register Guard.
Energetic Stroughter leads Beavers' romp over Idaho
Sammie Stroughter. Sammie Stroughter. Sammie Stroughter.
There were plenty of other strong performers in Oregon State’s 61-10 romp past Division I-AA Idaho State Saturday at Reser Stadium, but there was no better news for Beaver Nation than the re-emergence of Stroughter as a primary offensive weapon ... more from Kerry Eggers of the Portland Tribune.
Beavers air out a win
Oregon State's 61-10 demolition of Idaho State on Saturday at Reser Stadium was a therapeutic victory that sends the Beavers to Arizona State this week with more confidence and more bounce in their step.
And guess who led the way? ... more from Paul Buker of the Oregonian.
OSU's Stroughter has fun on, off the field
There already was boundless evidence of the return to form of Sammie Stroughter on Saturday afternoon, but as Oregon State's easy game against Idaho State ticked away, Reser Stadium's new Dam Cam video screen showed it to the world.
The stadium camera zoomed in on Stroughter on the sideline while the second- and third-string players slugged it out on the field. He laughed, giggled and shot the breeze with his teammates as if he didn't have a care in the world ... more from Norm Maves Jr. of The Oregonian.
Canfield leads Oregon State to 61-10 victory over Idaho
Oregon State found its passing game — and, apparently, its quarterback of the future, too.
Sean Canfield threw for 353 yards and three touchdowns, Sammie Stroughter had 160 yards receiving and two touchdowns, and Oregon State cruised to a 61-10 win over Idaho State Saturday ... more from the Associated Press.
Bengals no match for Oregon State
It was the Sean Canfield and Sammie Stroughter show on Saturday.
And that's good news for Oregon State fans -- even if the pair's breakout performance was in a 61-10 win against Idaho State of the Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Div. 1-AA) ... more from Dan Itel of the Statesman Journal.
QB Canfield makes his move
Sean Canfield solidified his spot at the Beavers' primary quarterback with his 353-yard, three-touchdown performance in Oregon State's 61-10 victory Saturday against Idaho State.
And Mike Riley said as much ... more from Dan Itel of the Statesman Journal.
| From an Idaho perspective |
OSU crushes ISU
The Bengals' trouble Saturday wasn't that they couldn't throw, and it wasn't that they couldn't stop Oregon State's heralded tailback.
It was that they couldn't keep Sean Canfield in check.
The Beavers' quarterback zipped passes through Idaho State's pass defense at will, throwing for 353 yards and three touchdowns on 21-of-30 attempts to lead Oregon State to a 61-10 win over the Bengals at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore., in front of 38,491 fans ... more from Dan Thompson of the Idaho State Journal.
Oregon State Cruises to 61-10 Win Over
Oregon State University bolted out of the gate, scoring touchdowns on their first three drives, and OSU methodically wore the Bengals down, and Idaho State could never really close the gap as ISU dropped a 61-10 decision in Corvallis. The 51-point loss ties for the eight-worst margin of defeat in ISU history, and it's the largest margin of defeat since ISU dropped a 62-0 decision to Boise State in 2003.
Oregon State's much maligned quarterback Sean Canfield was stellar, especially in the first quarter when he went 11-for-14 for 198 yards through the air, leading three consecutive touchdown drives of 64, 80, and 63 yards. He threw a 48-yard touchdown pass, sandwiched around two short scoring runs by Yvenson Bernard and Andy Stewart for their 21-0 first quarter lead ... more from ISUBengals.com.