Arizona State vs. Oregon State: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images
FINAL: No. 11 Oregon State 36, Arizona State 26
Trailing 19-10 early in the second quarter, Oregon State scored 26-straight points to put the game away.
The Beavers are now 5-1 in the Pac-12 North and will meet Stanford next week with a possible spot in the Pac-12 Championship Game on the line.
If the Beavers pass that test, Oregon will be waiting in The Civil War.
The next few weeks should be very interesting.
Thank you for tuning it.
As always, come back to Bleacher Report to find full analysis on this game and others throughout the week.
Here's the final box score.
ARIZONA STATE SCORES WITH 22 SECONDS LEFT IN THE GAME!!!
It's too little, too late, but should still give them some confidence heading into next week.
They'll take a look at this.
Was it a catch and strip or an incomplete pass?
From the replays, it looks like the receiver never had it, but the Oregon State defender was able to rip the ball away before he could control it.
Looks like Oregon State is going to be content to run the ball the rest of the way and just let the clock run down.
Oregon State returns the favor with an interception of its own.
Seems like both teams are just trying to get through the end of this. No real passion for either offense.
Interception by Arizona State.
A horrible pass by Vaz. Nobody near the play.
Well, Arizona State had players near the play.
Arizona State has another three-and-out.
Since having 125 total yards in the first quarter, the Sun Devils have 111 total yards the rest of the way.
BRANDIN COOKS 49-YARD TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION FOR OREGON STATE!!!!!!!
How was he that wide open?
Oregon State 36, Arizona State 19
Terron Ward having the game of his life tonight. Not bad for a backup.
It seems that once Arizona State stopped going up-tempo, they struggled.
Maybe they should go back to it.
This high-scoring game I predicted back in the first quarter isn't happening.
The defenses have decided to show up.
And we got to the fourth quarter.
Ouch...third-down incomplete pass for Arizona State. The pass went to the sidelines. All the quarterback had to do was look down the middle and there was a wide-open player.
To make things even worse, the field goal was missed wide left on fourth down and the Sun Devils came away with nothing.
Arizona State is having success with quick hitch routes on the outside. Two successful completions on this drive.
Oregon State gets a 33-yard field goal to extend its lead to 10 points!!!
Oregon State can't convert as a holding penalty gets a touchdown play called back and the Arizona State defensive line provides pressure to force the field-goal attempt.
But, who cares about the sacks, when he can keep finding receivers open down the field?
Nice completion to Wheaton for 36 yards to give the Beavers a first and goal.
Cody Vaz has -70 yards rushing...all on sacks. That's going to hurt the team rushing average.
As soon as I press enter, Arizona State gets its fifth sack of the evening to force a punt.
Arizona has good field position in Oregon State territory.
Arizona State is failing to wrap up in the backfield. On the last three plays there has been penetration in the backfield, Oregon State has still gotten positive yards. Can't give up those yards, even if it's only two or three.
The Sun Devils have failed to convert on third down eight of the last nine times. That's not exactly the formula to win a game.
Arizona State forced to punt the ball back to Oregon State.
Can Beavers take a two-score lead?
26-19 Oregon State
Wheaton makes a good catch on a back-shoulder throw to give the Beavers their first lead of the game.
Excellent drive by Vaz and the Beavers. Three runs and two passes get the Beavers into the end zone.
The Beavers are driving and are deep in Arizona State territory.
Cody Vaz's 25-yard completion to Brandin Cooks put the Beavers in business.
Oregon State puts on a lot of defensive pressure to start the third quarter. It's a three-and-out and Oregon State gets the ball back to try to take the lead.
Do either of these quarterbacks know how to throw the ball away and live for another down? They keep trying to create something and keep nearly throwing interceptions.
What is the duplicate article?
Why is this article offensive?
Where is this article plagiarized from?
Why is this article poorly edited?