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BEAVER REPLAY? Oregon State started 2-3 last season, including an embarrassing blowout loss on the road against a Cinderella team -- Boise State -- before rolling up victories in eight of its final nine games. So perhaps the Beavers are in for the same reversal of fortune this year. And haven't they won three consecutive games at California? Maybe they will turn things around after a critical 31-16 win over Arizona, but they will have to start taking care of the football, starting with sophomore quarterback Sean Canfield. Oregon State "leads" the nation with 23 turnovers, in large part because Canfield "leads" the nation with 13 interceptions.
It was considered a minor victory when he had only two against the Wildcats, but that number may have been low because the offense played conservatively in the second half and gained only 44 yards. "I think we've got a good quarterback in the making," said relentlessly optimistic coach Mike Riley. While Canfield can't make mistakes against Cal if the Beavers hope to pull off the upset, the more intriguing matchup may be the Bears' offensive line against the Beavers' aggressive front. Cal has given up only four sacks in five games. The Beavers average 4.33 sacks per game, second in the nation.