By Carter Bahns, BeaverBlitz: There were more questions than answers on the offensive side of the ball after Oregon State’s loss at Purdue, but now two weeks into the season, things are starting to fall into place.
That includes the quarterback battle, which appears to be all but wrapped up after Chance Nolan performed admirably in his first start of the year – a 45-27 win over Hawai’i in the Beavers’ home opener last Saturday.
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With Nolan entering fall camp as the presumptive third option at the team’s most critical position, the situation begs a big question: How did we get here?
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