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Vaz handed the reins of OSU offense

CODY VAZ

CORVALLIS – Mike Riley made if official on Saturday, junior QB Cody Vaz will start against Texas on Dec. 29. The Beavers offense was on a roll Saturday afternoon – was it due to the final decision to slate Vaz as No.1? Regardless, the biggest question surrounding Oregon State headed into the Alamo Bowl has been answered.

"Cody Vaz is going to start the game," Mike Riley said Saturday. "And obviously it was a tough decision, but I guess that is a good thing." What led Riley to the verdict? "You try to mix everything in (to making this decision)," Riley said. "We try to use not just two weeks of bowl practice – we try to throw in what we thought went on during the season. And of course you know we have had a...

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