Oct. 16, 2010
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Oregon State at Washington
Oct. 16, 2010
• Game-time temperature was 53 degrees at kickoff.
• The game aired live on ESPN with Carter Blackburn doing play-by-play, while Mike Bellotti and Brock Huard provided analysis.
• The game was also broadcast live on ESPN Radio with Bill Rosinski doing play-by-play, while David Norrie was the analyst and Joe Schad was the sideline reporter.
• Oregon State captains at the start of the game were Alex Linnenkohl, Gabe Miller, James Dockery and Jordan Jenkins.
• Oregon State won the coin toss and elected to defer to the second half. Washington received the kickoff and defended the east end zone.
• Oregon State wore white jerseys with black pants – the second game in a row that the Beavers have worn the ensemble; last week they beat then-No. 9 Arizona in Tucson.
Oregon State Team Notes
• Oregon State dropped to 39-15 (.722) in the months of October, November and December since 2004. In October alone, OSU is 18-7 (.720) dating back to the 2004 season.
• Oregon State played in its sixth all-time overtime game and its first since the 2007 season. Five of Oregon State’s six all-time overtime games have come on the road. The Beavers are now 2-4 all-time in overtime games.
• OSU forced its fourth turnover of the season in the red zone when UW’s Jake Locker fumbled in the first quarter – Gabe Miller had the recovery.
Oregon State Individual Notes
• Jacquizz Rodgers’ three rushing touchdowns moves him into sole possession of second on OSU’s all-time career rushing touchdowns list with 42 – it is the 10th career multi-rushing touchdown game of Quizz’s career. Ken Simonton holds the Oregon State record with 59.
• Rodgers has at least one touchdown in all six games this season and in 26 of his 30 career games played.
• Jacquizz Rodgers surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark for the third time in 2010 and the 17th time in his career.
• Jacquizz Rodgers’ four receptions moves him into sole possession of second on OSU’s all-time career receptions list among running backs with 122. He is two shy of tying Pat Chaffey for most all-time.
• Jacquizz Rodgers enters the game ranked 25th on the Pac-10’s all-time rushing list and tallied 140 yards rushing Saturday, giving him 3,314 for his career. That moves him up to No. 17 on the all-time list. Next up is former Cal running back Justin Forsett, who is No. 16 at 3,320 yards.
• Jordan Poyer’s 2nd quarter interception is the first of his career.