September 27, 2010
He said. She said. September Mourn
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237 yards of total offense
that is for the entire game, not just a half,
and the Beavers were once again in it until the end. Quizz was held to under
50 and the Beavers still couldn't get much rhythm going throughout the game,
which has been the story this season.
It is obvious that Ryan Katz has the tools to be successful, but I
don't think that game has slowed down for him yet. Once that happens, I think
we see the potent offense that we expected (and saw during fall camp). There
are too many weapons, but between the play calling and mistakes, we aren't seeing
What is frustrating is that this has become commonplace at Oregon State these
past few years. What used to be kind of a joke about the slow starts seems to
be a plague now. Riley's offense is unstoppable when it is firing and nonexistent
if it isn't
there is really no middle ground.
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