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OREGON ST (4 - 0) at BYU (4 - 2)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/13/2012 3:30 PM
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165OREGON ST38.537
OREGON ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-0+6.73-11-323.510.7459.5(5.7)1.517.05.0355.7(5.5)2.2
Road Games2-0+3.82-01-132.517.0557.0(6.8)1.527.58.5494.5(6.8)1.0
Last 3 Games3-0+4.82-11-228.013.3494.7(6)
Grass 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)23.510.723.036:3238-120(3.1)27-4263.3%339(8)81-459(5.7)(19.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.512.421.231:2437-152(4.1)23-3959.4%269(6.9)76-421(5.5)(15.9)
Offense Road Games32.517.026.535:3842-151(3.6)26-4066.2%406(10.1)82-557(6.8)(17.1)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Road Games27.58.523.524:2125-107(4.2)29-4761.1%387(8.2)73-494(6.8)(18)

BYU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-2-0.83-30-425.813.0398.3(5.3)
Home Games4-0+22-20-332.017.7469.5(5.9)
Last 3 Games2-102-10-319.78.7373.3(5.2)
Grass Games4-0+22-20-332.017.7469.5(5.9)
BYU - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.813.023.031:4343-189(4.4)19-3259.0%209(6.4)75-398(5.3)(15.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2814.22130:2439-166(4.3)20-3360.1%232(7.1)72-398(5.6)(14.2)
Offense Home Games32.017.725.033:3544-222(5)22-3564.7%247(7.1)79-469(5.9)(14.7)
Defense (All Games)8.82.714.228:1731-59(1.9)19-3258.3%170(5.3)63-229(3.6)(26)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.311.718.130:3633-110(3.3)21-3461.8%220(6.5)67-330(4.9)(15.5)
Defense Home Games5.52.214.526:2427-48(1.7)20-3556.8%169(4.9)62-217(3.5)(39.5)
Average power rating of opponents played: OREGON ST 40,  BYU 29
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 ST19-6W-15L59.5U40-10025-42-270314-2020-37-2075
10/13/2012@ BYU            
10/27/2012@ WASHINGTON            
11/3/2012ARIZONA ST            
11/10/2012@ STANFORD            

BYU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/30/2012WASHINGTON ST30-6W-13W66U41-12326-37-303016--530-45-2292
9/8/2012WEBER ST45-13W-38L -37-22526-42-307243-11515-28-1392
9/15/2012@ UTAH21-24L-3.5L45P42-10617-37-206235-4918-27-1960
9/20/2012@ BOISE ST6-7L5.5W50U39-1398-19-61540-11615-26-1450
10/5/2012UTAH ST6-3W-6.5L45U45-14524-36-235124-4122-39-2022
10/13/2012OREGON ST            
10/20/2012@ NOTRE DAME            
10/27/2012@ GEORGIA TECH            
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.
BYU: BYU ran an efficient offense last season, especially down the stretch where it put up 38.7 PPG in the final seven games. The Cougars get back a lot of familiar faces. QB Riley Nelson (1,717 pass yds, 19 TD) won his job back in 2011 and led his team to a 6-1 record as a starter. Nelson will also have back his No. 1 receiver, Cody Hoffman (943 rec yds, 10 TD), and three of his top four running backs from last season to hopefully run more effectively behind a strong O-line. On the defensive end, the Cougars have big defensive linemen who can stop the run, as well as linebackers who can get after the quarterback and make tackles in the open field. The secondary, however, has questions going into 2012 with the loss of its two top performers, Travis Uale and Corby Eason.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (OREGON ST-BYU) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

((Eds: Corrects spelling of 'Cody' in headline. With AP Photos.))

*Oregon St.-BYU Preview* ========================

By ANNE M. PETERSON AP Sports Writer

Oregon State (4-0) at Brigham Young (4-2), 3:30 p.m. EDT

After two years spent mostly watching from the sidelines, quarterback Cody Vaz gets the start for No. 10 Oregon State this Saturday when the Beavers travel to BYU.

It will be a challenging task for Vaz, who takes over after starter Sean Mannion injured his left knee against Washington State last weekend. Mannion had helped lead the Beavers to a 4-0 start and their highest ranking since the 2001 Fiesta Bowl season.

Vaz has appeared in only five games in his career, completing six of 17 passes for 48 yards. The 6-foot-1, 198-pound junior has not played in a game since the 2010 season.

He hasn't started since high school.

"I'm not really nervous, more so excited," Vaz said. "It's a great opportunity for our team. We're going into a tough place to play, a really good football team, a really good defensive team. It will be a great opportunity for us."

OK, really, no nerves?

"I can't wait," he said smiling. "I can't wait `til Saturday."

The question is whether Vaz can lead a team that has experienced a striking turnaround since finishing last season 3-9. Coach Mike Riley said he has complete confidence in Vaz, but does have one regret.

"The only unfortunate part is that I haven't played him enough," he said Tuesday.

Oregon State visits Provo to face an independent BYU team that is 4-2 but facing quarterback issues of its own. Cougars coach Bronco Mendenhall announced Monday that freshman quarterback Taysom Hill is out for the season after injuring his left knee in BYU's 6-3 victory over Utah State last Friday night.

Hill was standing in for senior quarterback Riley Nelson, who missed two games with what he described as "back fractures."

Nelson, who has thrown for 754 yards and five touchdowns with five interceptions, is expected to the Beavers on Saturday at LaVell Edwards Stadium.

Mendenhall learned of Oregon State's quarterback situation just before the start of practice on Monday.

"Who knows what the fallout is. You have a good offensive system in place that's very consistent from year to year. How that will be tailored all of a sudden to a new quarterback, I'm not certain," he said. "We'll prepare for what we know and then adjust to what we don't know or what we see on game day. That's really the best we can do."

Mannion's injury was a surprise, even to Riley. The 6-foot-5, 212-pound sophomore showed no sign of it during the Beavers' 19-6 victory over Washington State, when he was injured on a handoff but did not leave the game. He finished with 270 yards passing and a touchdown.

At 9:45 a.m. on Monday morning, just as the team was about to go into a meeting, the news hit.

"It was a total shock," Riley said. "The doctor and the trainer came running down the hall. So I knew it wasn't good."

Mannion is expected to have surgery to repair meniscus damage in his left knee as early as Wednesday. He will be week-to-week following the procedure.

Mannion was averaging 339.5 yards passing a game, second in the Pac-12 and sixth in the nation. He has thrown for 1,358 yards with seven touchdowns and four interceptions this season. He is sixth on Oregon State's career list with 4,686 yards.

A classic drop-back passer with a calm demeanor and a good grasp of the fundamentals, Mannion is the son of a high school football coach. He is one of four team captains for Oregon State this year.

Last season as a redshirt freshman, Mannion unseated junior starter Ryan Katz, who had started the 2010 season for the Beavers. Katz has since transferred to San Diego State.

Vaz grew up in Lodi, Calif., and played at St. Mary's High School, where he was 24-5 in two seasons as the starter. He was the Stockton Record's player of the year his senior season.

Vaz's backup going forward will be redshirt freshman quarterback Richie Harrington, a walk-on.

Oregon State has not opened a season 5-0 since 1939.

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Last Updated: 5/22/2018 8:10:45 PM EST

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