No. 18 BEAVS WIN THRILLER IN THE DESERT!
Here's a quick snapshot to hold you over -- What kind of a game was it? A nail biter down until the very end, as OSU narrowly escaped Tucson victorious after Hamlett snatched up his first touchdown of the 2012 regular season to give the Beavers a three point edge over 'Zona very late in the fourth quarter.
It was a true roller coaster of a game – Arizona posted 21 points in the third quarter, succeeding where Wisconsin and UCLA failed.
BF.C's Drew Wilson-McGrath talked this week about how the game would come down to defense – and oh boy was he right.
The game ended on a pick from Reynolds with less than a minute remaining on the clock and Arizona on the move.
OSU made a statement tonight – they said "Hey, we deserve our ranking -- and maybe a little bit more."
In depth analysis and much more to come later on tonight. Don't start celebrating without us.
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