October 13, 2008
He said-She said. The thrill of victory
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What can be said after the offense jumps out to a 14-0 lead after two possessions?
Granted the Cougars are really struggling, but this is still the PAC 10 and
nobody is a complete pushover.
Aside from Lyle Moevao's four interceptions in the first half,
the offense couldn't have played any better. And the beautiful thing was that
the Beavers shared the wealth. Eight players scored touchdowns on Saturday,
an impressive feat that proves the multi-faceted dimension of Coach Riley's offense now that he has his playmakers healthy and contributing
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