THE NUMBER OF seniors on the Beavs, conference road wins and what leading after the third quarter means. Red zone scoring percentage, sparkling passing stats and what the number 500 would signify. That plus many more numbers, facts, figures and statistics as Oregon State and Oregon prepare for tomorrow night's Civil War.

0 - The number of wins Oregon has this season against opposiition that has more than seven days to get ready.

1 - The number of road games Oregon State has lost this season.

1.6 - If it weren’t for Damian Williams’ (USC) 63-yard punt return, OSU would be among the national leaders for punt coverage. As it is the, the Beavers are allowing 6.8 yards per return on just 12 attempts. Take away Williams’ return, OSU is allowing 1.6 yards.

2 - The number of touchdowns RB Jacquizz Rodgers needs to tie the school record for points in a season.

2 - The number of interceptions QB Sean Canfield has thrown in his last 214 attempts.

4 - The number of consecutive years Oregon State has had a winning record.  It's the longest streak for the Beavers since a five-year run between 1966-70.

7 - The number of conference road wins, out of the last nine, OSU has.  The only losses are to No. 4 USC in 2009 and Stanford in 2008.

8 - The number of turnovers the Beaver offense has.

9 - The number of consecutive games Oregon has won at home.

10 - The number of Oregonians expected to start for the Beavers in the Civil War.

12 - The number of turnovers the Beaver defense has forced. 

13 - The number of seniors Oregon State has - the ninth fewest in the FBS.

26 - The number of touchdowns QB Jeremiah Masoli has been responsible for - the best in the Pac-10 and good for 10th in the nation.

38 - The number of quarters out of 44 (86.4%) that OSU has scored in - good for 4th int he nation trailing only Houston (45-48, 93.8%), Boise State (39-44, 88.6%) and Florida (39-44, 88.6%).

42 - Oregon has scored 42 points or more in nine straight Pac-10 games with Masoli as the quarterback.

48.4 - The third down conversion percentage for Oregon State - a school record and good for ninth in the nation.The team is also first in the conference and tied for first in the nation (Toledo) for fourth-down percentage conversion at 80 percent (8-10).

56 - The number of wins out of 63 games that Oregon State has won with Mike Riley as head coach when OSU leads after three quarters.

64 - The number of career wins Mike Riley has at Oregon State, good for second all-time in Corvallis.  Lon Stiner (1933-48) is the leader with 74 victories.

77 - The number of receptions WR James Rodgers has this season - a Pac-10 high.

82 - The winning percentage of the Men in Black in October, November and December.

96 - Oregon State's redzone scoring percentage - tied for first in the nation with Oregon, Arkansas and Northern Arizona. OSU has scored on 48 of 50 attempts, 37 via touchdowns and 11 via field goals. The Beavers have scored touchdowns on 15 of their last 16 red-zone trips.

98.5 - The average number of rushing yards the Beaver defense has allowed this season - good for 13th in the nation. OSU is just one of 13 teams to allow less than 100 yards per game.

107 - The number of consecutive games Oregon State has scored in.

112 - The number of times Oregon and Oregon State have faced each other.

254.3 - The number of yards QB Sean Canfield is averaging - a conference best. The last Beaver to lead the conference for passing is current Cleveland Brown Derek Anderson in 2004 at 301.2 yards.

499 - The number of victories in Oregon State's program history.

595 - The number of times Quizz has touched the football (498 rushes, 96 receptions, 1 pass attempt) and not fumbled.

738 - The number of kickoff return yards RB Kenjon Barner has this season - good for third most in school history.

1,310 - The number of yards RB LaMichael James has this season breaking Quizz's Pac-10 freshman record that he set last year (1,253).

1,910 - The number of all-purpose yards, which leads the Pac-10, that James Rodgers has this season.  He needs just 105 yards to tie the school record set by Steven Jackson in 2003 (2,015).

3,992 - The number of all-purpose yards the Rodgers brothers are on track to accumulate.  Last season the Rodgers' combined for 3,333 all-purpose yards.

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