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November 4, 2008 | David Wharton, Wharton is a Times staff writer.
The UCLA defense still isn't sure what it will face against Oregon State on Saturday afternoon at the Rose Bowl. Beavers quarterback Lyle Moevao remained questionable after injuring his right shoulder against Arizona State last weekend. If he cannot play, sophomore Sean Canfield will start. "Canfield has played -- it's not as though he's an inexperienced player," UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel said. "I don't think it changes how you prepare for them." But Canfield played poorly against the Bruins in Corvallis last year and UCLA linebacker Reggie Carter said, "From watching film, you kind of think [Moevao]
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August 17, 2010 | Chris Dufresne
The Times' Chris Dufresne unveils his preseason college football top 25, one day (and team) at a time. No. 16 Oregon State This ranking is more a program achievement award than a realistic expectation the Beavers can stay here for the duration. Or, in case you haven't heard, this was the year Oregon State decided to play two non-conference games, away from home, against top-10 schools that could win the national title. What other program that has already "made it" puts itself in this kind of precarious position?
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November 15, 2009 | Associated Press
Shane Vereen scored on a 61-yard run after an odd penalty thwarted a potential go-ahead drive for No. 18 Arizona and California went on to a 24-16 victory Saturday without injured star running back Jahvid Best in a Pacific 10 Conference game at Berkeley. Giorgio Tavecchio kicked four field goals, giving Cal (7-3, 4-3) an 18-16 lead with a 22-yarder with 4:46 remaining. But Arizona wasn't done. After Tavecchio made a key tackle on the ensuing kickoff, the Wildcats (6-3, 4-2)
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November 15, 2009 | Associated Press
Shane Vereen scored on a 61-yard run after an odd penalty thwarted a potential go-ahead drive for No. 18 Arizona and California went on to a 24-16 victory Saturday without injured star running back Jahvid Best in a Pacific 10 Conference game at Berkeley. Giorgio Tavecchio kicked four field goals, giving Cal (7-3, 4-3) an 18-16 lead with a 22-yarder with 4:46 remaining. But Arizona wasn't done. After Tavecchio made a key tackle on the ensuing kickoff, the Wildcats (6-3, 4-2)
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November 7, 2008 | David Wharton, Wharton is a Times staff writer.
UCLA expects to face Oregon State's backup quarterback at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, but Coach Rick Neuheisel does not think it will make too big a difference. Sean Canfield will play if starter Lyle Moevao is not recovered from a shoulder injury suffered last weekend against Arizona State. Canfield is still recuperating from a shoulder injury of his own and, according to Oregon State Coach Mike Riley, has not reached full strength.
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November 1, 2009 | Chris Foster
They don't make quarterback controversies like they used to. UCLA's Kevin Prince played . . . and soared some near the end of a 26-19 loss. And, as promised, Richard Brehaut played in the first half -- though barely, and was not seen again. Brehaut got four plays in the second quarter, getting sacked and fumbling on the last one. Prince rallied the Bruins from a 19-3 deficit in the fourth quarter. "Kevin did a great job," said Brehaut, a freshman. "He was doing everything he could to help this team win. That's the most important thing right now."
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August 17, 2010 | Chris Dufresne
The Times' Chris Dufresne unveils his preseason college football top 25, one day (and team) at a time. No. 16 Oregon State This ranking is more a program achievement award than a realistic expectation the Beavers can stay here for the duration. Or, in case you haven't heard, this was the year Oregon State decided to play two non-conference games, away from home, against top-10 schools that could win the national title. What other program that has already "made it" puts itself in this kind of precarious position?
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October 24, 2009 | Gary Klein
Oregon State running back Jacquizz Rodgers has not lost a fumble in 1 1/2 seasons. USC tailback Joe McKnight is not nearly as sure-handed. But McKnight intends to keep the ball secure tonight when the Trojans play Oregon State in a Pacific 10 Conference game at the Coliseum. McKnight's second-quarter fumble in last season's loss at Oregon State remains fresh in his mind. After taking a direct snap from center, McKnight faked a handoff to Allen Bradford and fumbled.
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September 6, 2009 | Associated Press
Jahvid Best and his California teammates were wide awake from the start of their rematch against Maryland. Best ran 73 yards for one of his two first-quarter touchdowns and the 12th-ranked Golden Bears opened their season by avenging a September loss to the Terrapins last year with a 52-13 victory Saturday night at Berkeley. Kevin Riley added a career-high four touchdown passes for the Bears, who jumped on top, 45-6, in a drastic turnabout from last year's meeting won by Maryland 35-27.
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October 2, 2007
College football: Staff photo credits were transposed on the cover of Sunday's Sports section. The UCLA photo of the Bruins' Nikola Dragovic bringing down Oregon State's Sean Canfield was taken by Robert Gauthier. The photo of USC's Keith Rivers helping to tackle Washington quarterback Jake Locker was by Wally Skalij.
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November 1, 2009 | Chris Foster
They don't make quarterback controversies like they used to. UCLA's Kevin Prince played . . . and soared some near the end of a 26-19 loss. And, as promised, Richard Brehaut played in the first half -- though barely, and was not seen again. Brehaut got four plays in the second quarter, getting sacked and fumbling on the last one. Prince rallied the Bruins from a 19-3 deficit in the fourth quarter. "Kevin did a great job," said Brehaut, a freshman. "He was doing everything he could to help this team win. That's the most important thing right now."
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October 24, 2009 | Gary Klein
Oregon State running back Jacquizz Rodgers has not lost a fumble in 1 1/2 seasons. USC tailback Joe McKnight is not nearly as sure-handed. But McKnight intends to keep the ball secure tonight when the Trojans play Oregon State in a Pacific 10 Conference game at the Coliseum. McKnight's second-quarter fumble in last season's loss at Oregon State remains fresh in his mind. After taking a direct snap from center, McKnight faked a handoff to Allen Bradford and fumbled.
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September 6, 2009 | Associated Press
Jahvid Best and his California teammates were wide awake from the start of their rematch against Maryland. Best ran 73 yards for one of his two first-quarter touchdowns and the 12th-ranked Golden Bears opened their season by avenging a September loss to the Terrapins last year with a 52-13 victory Saturday night at Berkeley. Kevin Riley added a career-high four touchdown passes for the Bears, who jumped on top, 45-6, in a drastic turnabout from last year's meeting won by Maryland 35-27.
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November 7, 2008 | David Wharton, Wharton is a Times staff writer.
UCLA expects to face Oregon State's backup quarterback at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, but Coach Rick Neuheisel does not think it will make too big a difference. Sean Canfield will play if starter Lyle Moevao is not recovered from a shoulder injury suffered last weekend against Arizona State. Canfield is still recuperating from a shoulder injury of his own and, according to Oregon State Coach Mike Riley, has not reached full strength.
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November 4, 2008 | David Wharton, Wharton is a Times staff writer.
The UCLA defense still isn't sure what it will face against Oregon State on Saturday afternoon at the Rose Bowl. Beavers quarterback Lyle Moevao remained questionable after injuring his right shoulder against Arizona State last weekend. If he cannot play, sophomore Sean Canfield will start. "Canfield has played -- it's not as though he's an inexperienced player," UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel said. "I don't think it changes how you prepare for them." But Canfield played poorly against the Bruins in Corvallis last year and UCLA linebacker Reggie Carter said, "From watching film, you kind of think [Moevao]
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September 30, 2007
Chris Foster's keys to the game and how UCLA measured up: 1. Run or fall. The Bruins didn't dominate on the ground, but still managed 133 yards rushing against a defense that was ranked second nationally, giving up only 29 yards rushing per game. The credit goes to UCLA's offensive line, which created enough running room for tailbacks Kahlil Bell and Chris Markey. 2. Better to take than give away.
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