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COLUMN: Great win, but Beavs have work to do

THE OSU STOP CORPS ON ONE OF THEIR BETTER PLAYS

IN THE END, the orange and black owned the fourth quarter, finishing out the 42-24 win at BYU by outscoring the opponent 21-3 down the stretch. There are things to celebrate for the Beavs, of this there is no doubt. However, this game should also serve as a warning, a sign of darkness on the horizon if…

…if the OSU defense, and particularly the front seven, can't solve a myriad of issues that reared their collective heads in Provo, Utah on Saturday afternoon. Forgive me for throwing cold water on a win, and on an undefeated OSU team. But my expectations have been raised since the end of fall camp. OSU went into the matchup Saturday looking to notch another road win and their first 5-0 start...

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