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CFB : ATS Matchup
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WASHINGTON ST (2 - 3) at OREGON ST (3 - 0)
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Week 6 Saturday, 10/6/2012 6:00 PM
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384OREGON ST-13.5-15
WASHINGTON ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-3-14.51-43-125.019.6378.6(5.2)2.232.617.6471.0(5.8)1.6
Road Games1-201-22-122.317.7362.3(5.1)
Last 3 Games1-2-14.51-23-031.722.7438.0(5.6)2.337.716.7486.7(6.1)2.0
Turf Games2-2-13.51-33-029.723.0417.2(5.6)
Conference Games0-2-15.51-12-030.020.0426.5(5.1)2.543.015.0500.0(6.3)2.5
WASHINGTON ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.019.621.027:3322-46(2.1)30-5059.8%333(6.6)72-379(5.2)(15.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.413.419.229:0234-120(3.5)21-3658.6%241(6.7)70-362(5.2)(16.1)
Offense Road Games22.317.720.727:0119-23(1.2)31-5160.4%339(6.6)71-362(5.1)(16.2)
Defense (All Games)32.617.624.832:2738-162(4.3)27-4362.8%309(7.2)81-471(5.8)(14.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.715.921.832:3441-177(4.3)20-3656.1%246(6.8)77-423(5.5)(14.7)
Defense Road Games36.022.325.332:5940-177(4.4)27-3967.8%274(7)79-452(5.7)(12.5)

OREGON ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-0+5.73-01-225.012.3489.3(6.1)
Home Games1-0+1.91-00-110.03.0354.0(4.6)
Last 3 Games3-0+5.73-01-225.012.3489.3(6.1)
Turf Games1-0+1.91-00-110.03.0354.0(4.6)
Conference Games2-0+3.82-01-132.517.0557.0(6.8)1.527.58.5494.5(6.8)1.0
OREGON ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.012.323.735:3738-127(3.3)27-4264.6%363(8.6)80-489(6.1)(19.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.911.119.830:3436-146(4)22-3956.8%253(6.5)75-400(5.3)(17.4)
Offense Home Games10.03.018.035:3530-78(2.6)29-4761.7%276(5.9)77-354(4.6)(35.4)
Defense (All Games)20.75.720.024:2325-83(3.4)26-4458.6%316(7.1)69-399(5.8)(19.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.415.624.530:2641-188(4.6)23-3763.1%281(7.6)78-469(6)(14.9)
Defense Home Games7.00.013.024:2523-35(1.5)20-3852.6%172(4.5)61-207(3.4)(29.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON ST 28.4,  OREGON ST 44.3
WASHINGTON ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/30/2012@ BYU6-30L13L66U16--530-45-229241-12326-37-3030
9/8/2012E WASHINGTON24-20W-19.5L -30-10825-37-247230-9026-55-3792
9/14/2012@ UNLV35-27W-9.5L56O21-8326-45-378233-10933-49-3511
10/6/2012@ OREGON ST            
10/27/2012@ STANFORD            
11/3/2012@ UTAH            

OREGON ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2012@ UCLA27-20W8W52.5U41-12224-35-379228-7227-42-3720
9/29/2012@ ARIZONA38-35W2.5W58O43-18029-45-433123-14231-53-4032
10/6/2012WASHINGTON ST            
10/13/2012@ BYU            
10/27/2012@ WASHINGTON            
11/3/2012ARIZONA ST            
WASHINGTON ST: The Mike Leach era is under way at Washington State, and his first important move as head coach will be naming QB Jeff Tuel the starter. Tuel, who was limited to just two games after breaking his collarbone, made a very strong first impression this spring and should be ready to break out in 2012. The Cougars get back leading rusher Rickey Galvin (602 rush yds, 5 TD) as well as stud WR Marquess Wilson (1,388 rec yds, 12 TD). This offense should be potent and the defense looks promising as well. Leach has stirred things up from last year and the changes should benefit an aggressive group of linebackers, featuring LB Travis Long, who love to get after the quarterback.
OREGON ST: Oregon State should be a lot better than it was last year, when it finished 3-9 overall. The Beavers return seven offensive starters as well as eight defensive starters. QB Sean Mannion threw for 3,328 yards last year, but also threw more interceptions (18) than he did touchdowns (16), and that will have to change. Coach Mike Riley has already stated that this team will be more committed to the running game, which will consist of numerous running backs. This team also has a good receiving corps with senior WR Markus Wheaton (73 catches, 986 yards, 1 TD) leading the pack. The defense should be much improved from last year's unit that allowed 30.8 PPG and 411 total YPG, as they have solid linebackers and defensive backs returning. If the offensive line holds up, the Beavers could surprise some teams.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (WASHINGTON ST-OREGON ST) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Washington St.-Oregon St. Preview* ===================================

By ANNE M. PETERSON AP Sports Writer

Washington State (2-3) at Oregon State (3-0), 6:00 p.m. EDT

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The whispers about job security aren't an issue for Oregon State coach Mike Riley any more.

The amiable Beavers coach has led his team to a 3-0 start and the No. 14 spot in the AP rankings. It's a dramatic turnaround for a team that won only three games all of last season.

After consecutive wins over ranked teams, Oregon State is coming off a 38-35 victory over Arizona in Tucson last Saturday. It was Riley's 75th victory in his two stints - he's in his 12th season overall - as coach of the Beavers, making him the winningest coach in school history.

Oregon State hasn't opened with a three-game winning streak since 2002. The Beavers host 2-3 Washington State on Saturday.

"Mike and his staff have done a great job," said Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez. "You can see those guys are playing with a lot of confidence and a sense of maturity as well."

Even Riley is a bit surprised.

"Actually the seasons are always a bit of a mystery, but coming of a 3-9 you really didn't know what to expect. The only thing I'll say is that this team has worked hard. It was a good offseason and right through the summer and we had a really good fall camp with very few distractions. All the signs were good, you just had to start playing and see what came out of it."

When the Beavers won just three games last year, there were some disgruntled fans calling for Riley's dismissal. The vitriol, however, was tempered a bit by the respect Riley enjoys both in college football overall and in the Corvallis community.

Riley's father, Bud, who passed away in August at age 86, was an assistant coach at Oregon State from 1965-72 and again in 1979.

Mike was a quarterback at Corvallis High School, leading the team to the state title in 1970 before deciding to play at Alabama under coach Bear Bryant. He was a reserve defensive back on the 1973 Tide team that went 11-1, losing to Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl.

Riley returned to Oregon State as head coach in 1997 after serving as an assistant at USC for several years under John Robinson. He coached the Beavers for two seasons before taking the job as head coach of the San Diego Chargers, then returned to Oregon State in 2003 after Dennis Erickson became head coach of the San Francisco 49ers.

Overall, Riley is 75-63 as head coach of the Beavers. His 75 wins surpass Lon Stiner's victories at Oregon State from 1933-48. Riley has 48 league victories, tied for 17th on the league's career list with Cal coach Jeff Tedford.

This season's Beavers were picked to finish last in the Pac-12 North Division. But after the opener against Nicholls State was postponed by Hurricane Isaac, the Beavers upset then-No. 13 Wisconsin at Reser Stadium and the then-No. 19 UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl.

"I give a lot of credit again to Oregon State. Mike Riley is a very good football coach," Badgers coach Bret Bielema said after his team's loss.

Oregon State's AP ranking is its highest since Nov. 29, 2009, when the Beavers were No. 13 heading into the Civil War rivalry game against Oregon. It is the team's highest ranking this early in the season since they opened 2001 at No. 10.

Riley said he's keeping tabs on how his team is dealing with success.

"You find out week to week, right? I thought their approach and everything was good since day one, and I mean camp. They haven't really changed," Riley said. "I know it's an issue, and we address it all the time about how you handle doing well. But this team seems to be pretty grounded."

One way to keep them grounded? Riley has treated his team to In-N-Out burgers after the away games against the Bruins and Wildcats. The order was 255 double-doubles and 150 fries.

Through three games, the Beavers appear solid on both sides of the ball.

Against the Wildcats, sophomore quarterback Sean Mannion passed for a career-high 433 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner to Connor Hamlett with 1:17 remaining in the fourth quarter. Mannion earned Pac-12 player of the week honors.

Wide receivers Markus Wheaton and Brandin Cooks are each averaging just over 134 receiving yards a game, ranking them fifth and sixth in the nation.

Oregon State's defense is allowing an average of only 83 yards rushing per game, ninth nationally. The Beavers are in the middle of the Pac-12 for overall defense, allowing opponents nearly 399 yards a game.

On Saturday they'll face the Cougars, who have lost two straight games, to conference foes Colorado and Oregon. Coach Mike Leach said he doesn't know Riley personally but has a lot of respect for him.

"They're a good solid team," Leach said of the Beavers. "They're a team that took their lumps last year, and it feels like this is their year, you know?"

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