Oregon State vs. Arizona highlights 2012: Sean Mannion brings Beavers another big victory

Rick Scuteri-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Oregon State Beavers quarterback Sean Mannion led his team on a game-winning drive in a back-and-forth affair to best Matt Scott and the Arizona Wildcats.

The Oregon St. Beavers were involved in an exciting back-and-forth contest with the Arizona Wildcats that culminated in another incredible comeback victory. Here are the video highlights of the game.

Tyler Anderson rushed in a one yard touchdown to give the Beavers a 17-0 lead early in the first half, but the Wildcats rallied with three straight touchdowns in a row. This includes the impressive Ka'Deem Carey power carry you see above that gave Arizona a 21-17 lead. Storm Woods responded with a one yard carry to give Oregon State a 24-21 lead, but back came Matt Scott with a nice throw to the corner of the end zone to find Dan Buckner to get Arizona to retake the lead.

Then came Sean Mannion on a pump-fake to the short route and finding Markus Wheaton on a 20 yard score for Oregon State, and then it was Scott just managing to get the ball to Austin Hill to sneak it into the end zone and make it 35-31 Arizona. So it was up to Mannion, and he marched the Beavers down the field and capped off the drive with a game-winning score to Connor Hamlett to make it 38-35 Oregon State. Rashaad Reynolds wrapped things up with a pick of Scott on the last-ditch drive.

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