Traded some questions with the Oregonian beat writer Lindsay Schnell, who covers Oregon State to get a little insight into the program before Saturday's game.
Here are the questions below and the answers.
With Sean Mannion leading the passing offense, the Beavers aren't putting up big numbers on the ground, what is the state of the run game?
The state of the run game, as summarized by OSU head coach Mike Riley: "scary." Known for years as a program that was going to run, run and run some more, the Beavers have leaned heavily on their passing attack lately (it helps when you have Brandin Cooks). The Beavers are having trouble blocking all over the field, and running back Storm Woods is getting stuffed early and often when they hand him the ball. OSU has to figure out how to fix the run game ASAP.<