Beavers Snap Boise State Win Streak

Sept 20, 2003

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) - Derek Anderson threw for 408 yards and James Newsonhad nine receptions for 208 yards as Oregon State held on to beat Boise State26-24 on Saturday night, ending the Broncos' 14-game winning streak.

Ryan Dinwiddie was 19-of-36 for 334 yards for the Broncos (2-1), who misseda chance to take the lead with 7:32 left when Tyler Jones' 32-yard field-goalattempt sailed wide right.

The Beavers (3-1) followed with a clock-eating, 17-play drive that endedwith Anderson kneeling at the Boise State 16 as the final seconds ticked off.

Oregon State held David Mikell, who entered the game as the nation'ssecond-leading rusher with 167 yards per game, to just 45 yards on 16 carries.

The Beavers' Steven Jackson, the Pac-10's leading rusher, ran for 122 yardson 30 carries after spraining a knee last week in a victory over New MexicoState.

Oregon State gained 562 total yards, and Kirk Yliniemi kicked a team-recordfour field goals. But the Beavers were penalized 14 times for 144 yards, oftenfor holding.

After falling behind 13-0, Boise State scored 17 second-quarter points andled 17-16 at the half. Tim Gilligan returned a punt 62 yards for the go-aheadtouchdown with 1:19 left in the half.

Jason Lowe recovered a botched snap on a Boise State punt at the Broncos 28to set up Yliniemi's 41-yard field goal that gave Oregon State a 19-17 lead inthe third.

The Beavers opened the fourth quarter with a 48-yard pass from Anderson toNewson to the Broncos 11. Jackson ran for a touchdown on the next play to makeit 26-17.

Dinwiddie led the Broncos back, orchestrating a nine-play, 79-yard drivethat Mikell capped with a 3-yard touchdown run.

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