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Too many three-and-outs; too many Rogers-and-outs
Not enough aggregate to dam Beavers defensively
Malamute, 15 November 2009

Combining for 331 all-purpose yards, the Rogers brothers, James and Jacquizz, led Oregon State to a 48-21 victory over Washington at Reser Stadium, Corvallis, Oregon.

OSU QB Sean Canfield completed 21 passes on 29 attempts for 185 yards and 4 touchdowns, contributing to the embarrassing rout. His numbers compute to a proficient passing-efficiency rating of 171.52, of which some may say is the courtesy of a UW pass-efficiency defense that ranks ninth in the conference.

Although Washington quarterback Jake Locker posted a nifty 153.10 rating, his passing numbers came late in the game when the outcome was stuffed in the refrigerator.

Early in the game, when things mattered most, the Washington offense sputtered like it was motoring a 2008 Ty-mobile with a rebuilt 2004 Gilby transmission.

Meanwhile, the 2009 Riley-mobile was clicking on all cylinders, its engine programmed by an i7 processor with an 8-thread capability, two of its threads fed by the Rogers brothers, another by Canfield and the rest by 5 receivers who accumulated 190 yards, collectively.

There was plenty of déjà vu to go around on both sides of the ball, this game mindful of OSU's 38-13 win over the Dawgs last year. In that game, OSU commanded a 38-6 lead in the fourth quarter when James Rogers took it 55-yards to the house.

Both teams began this game with three-and-outs. On his team's second possession, Locker threw a ball that was intercepted by Keaton Kristick on the Dawgs' 17. From there James Rogers ran for 14 yards and Canfield hit Joe Halahuni on a 3-yard touch-down pass. Justin Kahut's PAT made it 7-0, and the Beavers were off and running. 

The Dawgs managed one first down, but then sputtered again. Culminating a woeful 6-play, 11-yard Husky drive, Will Mahan shanked a 12-yard punt that gave the Beavers possession on the Washington 42-yard line.  A Justin Kahut 44-yard field goal made it 10 to nada.

That was followed by a Washington three-and-out, and Oregon State took a 13-0 lead on another Kahut 44-yard field goal.

Still another inept three-and-out, this followed by a 6-play, 71-yard touchdown drive that gave OSU a 20-0 lead at the 7:38 mark in the second quarter. You get the gist.

However, UW made the game manageable, 20-7, on a 66-yard drive, capped off by a 3-yard touchdown pass from Locker to Jermaine Kearse.

But OSU took a 27-7 lead into the break and, if there had been any doubt as to the outcome, a 41-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

Late in the game, Locker did his impression of John Elway -- when John was at Stanford, that is -- passing for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, completing a 39-yard payoff to Kearse and a 26-yard scoring pass to TE Kavario Middleton.

Most of Chris Polk's 116-yards rushing came after OSU had jumped off to a 20-0 lead, as the offensive line couldn't block for him in the early going. Polk ended up with 208 all-purpose yards, the most of any player in the game.

UW (3-7, 2-5) has lost 6-straight to OSU and is now bowl ineligible with two to play.

Washington ended up with 6 three-and-outs and 1 one-and-out, the latter due to the Locker interception. The Rogers brothers combined for four Rogers-and-outs, scoring four touchdowns. You know, the UW defense yells "Yo, coach Holt, Roger, over and out," as they trot off the field after one of the Rogers scores.

So when are the Dawgs going to beat Oregon State and Oregon? I answered that question almost two weeks ago.

Unfortunately Dawg fans it is what it is.

Team 1 2 3 4 Total
Washington 0 7 0 14 21
Oregon State 10 17 14 7 48


Time Team How Player (s) Score
1st qtr        
10:22 OSU TD Sean Canfield 3-yard pass to Joe Halahuni; Justin Kahut kick. OSU, 7-0
3:18 OSU FG Kahut 44-yard boot. OSU, 10-0
2nd qtr
13:28 OSU FG Kahut 44-yarder. OSU, 13-0
7:38 OSU TD Canfield 6-yard pass to James Rogers; Kahut PAT. OSU, 20-0
2:21 UW TD Jake Locker 3-yard pass to Jermaine Kearse; Erik Folk kick. OSU, 20-7
0:24 OSU TD Canfield 10-yard pass to James Rogers; Kahut kick. OSU 27-7
3rd qtr
14:05 OSU TD Jacquizz Rogers 1-yard run; Kahut kick. OSU, 34-7
7:31 OSU TD Jacquizz Rogers 8-yard run; Kahut kick. OSU, 41-7
4th qtr
9:27 UW TD Locker 39-yard pass to Kearse; Folk kick. OSU, 41-14
8:18 OSU TD Canfield 5-yard pass to Halahuni; Kahut kick. OSU, 48-14
:54 UW TD Locker 26-yard pass to Kavario Middleton; Folk kick. OSU. 48-21

 

Statistic UW OSU
Total First Downs 12 19
  Rushing 7 8
  Passing 4 10
  Penalty 1 1
Total Net Yards 274 372
Net Yards Passing 153 194
Net Yards Rushing 121 178
Completions-att-int 14-23-1 22-31-0
Punts, yards, average 7-273; 39.0 3-109; 36.3
Sacks by (number, yards) 3-19 4-32
Kickoff Returns: number, yds, tds 9-138-0 4-111-0
Punt returns: number, yds, tds 1-0-0 4-18-0
Kickoff Yards 4-190 9-514
Net Yards per kickoff 19.8 41.8
Average yards per kickoff 47.5 57.1
Touchbacks (kickoffs) 0 0
Third-down conversions 5-13 8-13
Interception returns: no., yds, tds 0-0-0 1-0-0
Penalties, no., Yards 9-76 3-15
Fumbles; number/lost 1-1 5-1
Time of Possession  27:56 32:04

Passing cmp att yds tds int
OSU          
Sean Canfield (171.52) 29 21 185 4 0
Ryan Katz (87.80) 1 2 9 0 0
           
Washington          
Jake Locker (153.10) 14 23 153 3 1
           
OSU Rushing No. yds tds long  
Jacquizz Rogers 18 159 2 43  
Markus Wheaton 2 19 0 18  
James Rogers 5 7 0 14  
Ryan McCants 1 6 0 7  
Jovan Stevenson 3 4 0 3  
Ryan Katz 1 3 0 3  
TEAM 2 -4 0 0  
Sean Canfield 5 -16 0 7  
           
Washington Rushing No. yds tds long
Jake Locker 6 -13 0 16  
Chris Polk 19 116 0 23  
Demitrius Bronson 4 16 0 9  
Jermaine Kearse 1 2 0 2  
           
Beavers' Pass Receiving No. yds tds long
James Rogers 5 46 2 13  
Jacquizz Rogers 4 -4 0 5  
Aaron Nichols 3 46 0 22  
Damola Adeniji 3 35 0 14  
Javon Stevenson 3 34 0 21  
Jordan Bishop 2 29 0 22  
Joe Halahuni 2 8 2 5  
           
Washington Pass Rec. No. yds tds long
James Johnson 1 4 0 4  
Kavario Middleton 1 26 1 26  
Devin Aguilar 3 26 0 12  
Chris Polk 2 11 0 9  
Jordan Polk 1 11 0 11  
Jermaine Kearse 5 70 2 39  
D'Andre Goodwin 1 5 0 5  
           
Punting        
OSU No. yds avg long tb
Johnny Hecker 3 109 36.3 40 0
           
Washington          
   
Will Mahan 7 273 39.0 50 0
Attendance: 45,274          

Richard Linde, aka Malamute can be reached at malamute@4malamute.com

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