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Beavs can't move the chains in loss to UCLA

KATZ, BEAVS FOUND LITTLE ROOM TO ROAM IN PASADENA

THEY SAY THE margin between winning and losing is razor thin. In the case of Oregon State and UCLA on Saturday night, it was measured by a few tenths of a second.

That's how long remained in regulation after UCLA completed a pass to get into field goal range. With the score knotted at 14-14, UCLA kicker Kai Forbath, who had missed two tries earlier from shorter range, drilled a 52-yarder down the middle. But that was just the final nail. This game was lost by Oregon State long before that. Oregon State didn't stay at home on defense, and UCLA quarterback...

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