No. 16 Oregon State assesses the Civil War

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CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — When the Oregon State Beavers gathered to discuss the wreckage that was a 48-24 loss to Oregon Saturday, there was really no need for a post-mortem. The causes of the disaster were obvious.

The Beavers never gave themselves a chance. Six turnovers — four interceptions and two fumbles — buried the Beavers as much as Oregon's otherworldly spread offense, which rolled up 570 yards. Oregon State trailed 20-17 in the third quarter before the Ducks scored 28 unanswered points.

No. 16 Oregon State (8-3, 6-3 Pac-12) was left mourning a lost opportunity to do something no current Beaver player had done: defeat the sixth-ranked Ducks, who won the Civil War for the fifth straight year Saturday.

Senior receiver Markus Wheaton said, "It hurts. I wanted this — we wanted it — really bad."





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