The Beavers came into Seattle as huge underdogs against No.5 Washington. They may need a miracle in the second half if they have any hope of pulling an upset.
The Huskies, led by Jake Browning, have torn through the OSU defense.
The UW offense failed to score on just one of its first five possessions, finding the end zone four times; twice through the air and twice on the ground.
For the injury riddled OSU offense, it has been tough to move the ball at all. Without star running back Ryan Nall (ankle), and starting third string quarterback Marcus McMaryion, the offense has been none existent.
The Washington defense has been all over the field, and has made it hard for Oregon State to get past the line of scrimmage, let alone score. The Beavers had just five first downs, to Washington’s 16, while being outgained 89-318.
The Beavers need a lot to change in the second have, but that will be easier said than done. This Huskies team is every bit as good as it has been hyped up to be.
Halftime score: Oregon State 0 – Washington 31
Marcus McMaryion – 8 for 14, 56 yards and an interception
Tim Cook: 7 attempts, 33 yards
Timmy Hernandez: 2 catches, 33 yards
Paul Lucas: 2 catches, 15 yards
Jake Browning – 10 for 21, 216 yards and two touchdowns
Myles Gaskin - 10 carries, 73 yards and a touchdown
Jake Browning – 5 carries for 21 yards and a touchdown
John Ross – 4 catches, 115 yards
Dante Pettis – 2 catches, 54 yards and a touchdown