Oregon State attempted to empty out its playbook against Oregon…it did not go well for them
There are only two rivalry games this week that we’ll pit Pac-12 teams against each other. So we decided to take a look at them in detail.
Brett’s leaving for Europe tomorrow afternoon, so Brent came into the BS Show Studios to watch the game and podcast immediately after the game concluded. So the takes are hotter, … Continue Reading Bonus BS–WSU Football Recap: Beavers buried; a date with the Ducks
It was a thrilling win for WSU on Saturday, as the Cougs defeated the Utah Utes 28-24 despite about 150 dropped passes and a defensive line that looked completely overmatched. … Continue Reading Bonus BS: What even is a “Ute?”; it’s Beaver bashing time
The Pac-12’s top team’s failed to completely separate themselves from the muddled middle.
If you like chaos, this week’s power rankings are full of it.
The Beavers head coach and the university have mutually parted ways halfway through Gary Anderson’s third season with the program.
Stanford gets a huge road test against No. 20 Utah. We predict the rest of the Pac-12 as well.
Texas at No. 4 USC was the rematch we all needed after the 2006 Rose Bowl, and our Pac-12 power rankings.
Luke Falk threw for 396 yards in a 52-16 romp over Oregon State. Securing the Cougs first 3-0 start in over a decade.
Ryan Nall brings his speed and shiftiness up to the Palouse in the Cougs first conference game of 2017.
Utes’ quarterback Tyler Huntley was impressive in his team’s seventh straight Holy War win.
Injury issues on OSU’s defensive line opened up Colorado State’s offense, while the Beavers’ offense turned the ball over five times.
If you had any doubts that No. 4 Washington (8-0, 5-0) was the best team in the conference, the Huskies performance in Salt Lake City should put those doubts to … Continue Reading Pac-12 power rankings: Washington survives a trip to SLC
WSU overcame an 18-point deficit to pick up its sixth straight win.
Oregon State won its first conference game since 2014 in a shootout. While the Beavers in-state rivals got annihilated by the conference’s lone playoff contender.