CORVALLIS, Ore. — No. 14-ranked Oregon State travels to Pullman to face No. 21 Washington State on Saturday as they go from teammates in the courtroom to opponents in a pivotal Pac-12 football matchup.
The Beavers are glad they got tested a little bit against San Diego State before jumping into the gauntlet of Pac-12 play.
"I mean, I liked it,” said Offensive Tackle Joshua Gray. “Finally had to play four quarters. So, that was good to see where everyone's at. I think that’s good competition going into conference."
“It's very important to have a game like this, because now it's not the first time it's going to happen,” Defensive Back Akili Arnold said. “There's always going to be adversity in every game we play in. So, it's just about bouncing back and getting that next opportunity and making the play."
Arnold made an incredible play in the second half, laying out to snag an interception.
We'll see if he can make more against WSU's talented quarterback Cam Ward.