Breaking Down The Beavers' Opener: What To Like, What Not To Like

Zach ZarembaCorrespondent ISeptember 7, 2009

Before we begin, a special thanks to the Gazette Times of Corvallis for the picture.

Mike Riley’s Oregon State Beavers headed for the showers after cruising to an easy 34-7 rout of the Portland State Vikings. The Beavs had accomplished their three main goals: win the game, obtain no injuries, and even manage without laying any sucker punches to Viking players during the postgame.

Unsurprisingly, Jacquizz and James Rodgers stole the show accounting for all four Beaver touchdowns, and the brothers found themselves on the sideline early in the third after the Beavers jumped out to a 31-0 lead.

The Beavers overall team effort was very strong and this team looks to challenge for the Pac-10 title.  But to do this, they need to tighten a few things up.  Here are my thoughts and opinions on the season opener:

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