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Dawg Recap: Oregon State Beavers send Bruins Home with Second Loss

The UCLA Bruins traveled to Corvallis, OR for an evening showdown between two promising defenses. However, the 3 interceptions and as many broken coverages (and a Beavers FG) would put Oregon State in control of handing the Bruins their second loss of the season.


INTERCEPTIONS? You can’t turn the ball over three times like this and expect to win. Dante Moore again threw a first-series INT, shades of Utah, that didn’t sit well with Chip Kelly. UCLA found themselves down 13-0 at the end of the first quarter. Donte Moore threw his third pick, which was returned for a TD near the end of the second quarter to bring them into halftime down 23-10

OSU came out in the second half and continued to dominate the rushing game. Between an established rushing attack, continued blown coverages by UCLA, and a solid game plan, the Beavers took advantage of the UCLA secondary. I normally try to ‘lay off' the officials, but there was a personal foul called for a face mask in the third quarter, if subjected to a review, it would have been overturned in a heartbeat. Hope that official gets his check partially withheld.

Final score OSU 36 - UCLA 24


Dante Moore throwing a pick six in a close ball game, to close out the 2nd quarter.

WINNING MVP – Oregon State Beavers

Offensive - DJ Uiagalelei, 14/24, 266 yards, 2 TD

Defensive – Ryan Cooper Jr., 2 Tackles, 1 Pick Six


Offensive – Carson Steele, 22 Rushes for 110 yards

Defensive – Kamari Ramsey, 8 Tackles, 4 Solo, 1.5 TFL

WHAT THIS MEANS – Oregon State Beavers

A bye this week then at Arizona the following week. Still in the hunt with only one loss.


At Stanford this week. With a second loss they'll need some help for a shot at Pac-12 title.


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