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WTS: Two wins away

James Rodges and Alex Linnenkohl celebrate.

THE MEN IN Black took one step closer to their dreams of making it to the Rose Bowl for the first time in 44 years with a thrilling 34-21 victory over Cal. Here's what the Oregon, California and national media had to say about the Beavers victory.

| From an Oregon State Perspective | Beavs surge past Cal, maintain Pac-10 lead THE BEGINNING served as microcosm for Oregon State's slugfest 34-21 win over Cal -- the Bears came out swinging on special teams. But James Rodgers followed with a bigger punch. Then it was Sammie Stroughter's turn. Indeed, each time Cal gained momentum, OSU answered right back. And when the clock struck...

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