TUCSON, Ariz. -- Oregon State rolled up 374 yards in the first half with a flurry of big plays, but it only leads Arizona 17-7.
Beavers QB Sean Mannion had completions of 57, 51, 38 and 25 yards, but two red zone trips netted only three points. Both teams missed field goals, which isn't a surprise this year in the Pac-12.
The Wildcats gained 218 yards, and scored their first points since they shut out South Carolina State on Sept. 15 when Ka'Deem Carey scored from 1-yard out.
Mannion completed 15-of-27 for 278 yards with a TD. Matt Scott completed 11-of-23 for 168 yards. The Beavers outrushed the Wildcats 96 yards to 50 and earned 15 first downs compared to 10 for the Wildcats.
Yet things swung the Wildcats way late in the second quarter. They get the ball to start the second half with a chance to add to that momentum.