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WTS: Six straight over Huskies

THE BEAVER DEFENSE HAD 4 SACKS

MEMBERS OF THE Oregon media contingent continue to be amazed at Oregon State's ability to develop its players on a week by week basis, putting themselves in the hunt for the Rose Bowl once again, Meanwhile, the Washington media discusses the disappointing performance of the Huskies while coming to terms with another year without a bowl game.

| From an Oregon State Perspective | Beavers fire on all cylinders, crush Huskies THE OREGON STATE defense blasted the UW for much of the first half in Saturday's season finale at Reser. Sacks, tackles for loss, takeaways -- the OSU stop corps was busy indeed. The Beaver offense was only slightly less sharp. Midway through the second quarter, OSU had already scored two...

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