THE STREAK IS OVER. Oregon State came in struggling, UCLA came in charging, but none of that…
Beavs knock off USC for second W of weekend
Jared Cunningham led the way against USC, with 18 points on 7 of 11 shooting with five assists.
This one was over early, as a 13-0 run gave the Beavers an 18-8 lead and the outcome was never again in doubt.
OSU played a lot of their 1-3-1 zone and it was more than effective. The Beavers finished with 10 steals (8 in the first half) and forced 18 USC turnovers.
Devon Collier scored 12, Joe Burton had a newar double-double with 11 points and nine boards and Ahmad Starks was good for 10 points while Eric Moreland grabbed 11 boards.
The schedule is not a friend to the Beavers though, as their momentum will be placed on hold until a Civil War tilt in Eugene next Sunday, Jan. 29.
The win over the Trojans gave Oregon State their first sweep of the Los Angeles schools since 2004-05.
It was also the Beavs' most lopsided conference win since last year's Pac-10 opener against Arizona State (80-58).
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