First glance: Oregon State Beavers
When/Where: 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Husky Stadium.
Coach: Mike Riley.
Coaching record: In his 14th year at Oregon State, Riley is the longest tenured coach in the Pac-12. He’s 93-78 overall and 58-61 in conference games. He ranks 11th on the Pac-12’s all-time wins list. Riley spent three years (1999-01) with the San Diego Chargers where he compiled a 14-34 record.
Record: The Beavers (5-5, 2-5), including last Saturday’s 35-27 win over then-No.7 Arizona state at Reser Stadium.
Early line: Washington is a 6.5-point favorite.
Star players: Senior quarterback Sean Mannion (6-5, 227 pounds) added to his Pac-12 career passing yards record by throwing for 251 yards last week. He now has 13,124. Mannion threw two touchdown passes to move into eighth place on the Pac-12 career list with an OSU-record 80. … Junior running back Storm Woods (6-0, 212) ran for 125 yards last week to move into ninth place on the Oregon State career rushing list with 2,008. He has 604 for the season. He had a 78-yard TD run, which was the longest of his career and the longest for the play from scrimmage for OSU since 2004. Woods is tied for sixth on the school’s all-time rushing TD list with 23. … Senior running back Terron Ward leads Oregon State with 696 yards, which is eighth in the Pac-12. He has 10 touchdowns, which is tied for the sixth most in the Pac-12. … Sophomore receiver Victor Bolden (5-9, 175) is Mannion’s favorite target. He has 58 receptions, which including 28 in the past three games. Bolden also has 640 receiving yards and two touchdowns catches. … Senior free safety Tyequek Zimmerman (6-0, 213) leads Oregon State with 75 tackles. His three interceptions is tied for the team lead.
By the numbers:
537 – Rushing yards against Oregon State during Washington’s 69-27 win last year.
382.9 – Average yards allowed by the Beavers, which ranks second in the Pac-12.
39.1 – Punting average for senior Keith Kostol, which ranks last among FBS players with at least 32 attempts.
27.6 – Scoring average for the Beavers, which ranks 11th in the conference.
1 – Win needed by Oregon State for a third straight trip to a bowl.
— Percy Allen