You probably don't want to read this and quite frankly I'm not too excited about writing it. As a result, I'm going to get straight to the point, but first I will highlight this quote from Paul Wulff on the status of Jeff Tuel.
"Right now he is just very sore and we still need to do some scans to see where he’s at but we don’t envision it being serious. It is the left shoulder again."
Beavers level Tuel, dominate all facets against Cougars - Spokesman.com - Oct. 22, 2011
SEATTLE – This was not a game for the timid. Or for Washington State, for that matter. The Oregon State Beavers pounded the Cougars into submission Saturday night before 49,219 at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field, turning WSU’s first conference home game on the West Side since 1976 into a 44-21 disaster.
Cougars Lose to Oregon State in Seattle Game, 44-21 - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
SEATTLE (AP) - Sean Mannion threw for a career high 376 yards and four touchdowns, Malcolm Agnew added 103 yards rushing and Oregon State beat Washington State 44-21 on Saturday night in the Seattle Game. Mannion, a redshirt freshman who took over as Oregon State's starter in Game 3, threw a pair of scores in the first half, then connected with Joe Halahuni on a 25-yard touchdown in the third quarter as the Beavers ran off 20 unanswered points.
OSU football: Beavers hit on all cylinders to rout Cougars
SEATTLE - A near complete game was put together by the Oregon State football team, and the results were predictable. The Beavers efficiently won a game. OSU defeated Washington State 44-21 in a Pac-12 Conference game Saturday night before a crowd of 49,219 at CenturyLink Field.
Washington State falls to Oregon State 44-21 - seattlepi.com
SEATTLE (AP) — A home game here could have been just what Washington State needed to get its program turned around. Oregon State had other plans.
Bud Withers | This rebuilding process is hitting a big roadblock | Seattle Times Newspaper
Nothing has come easy for Paul Wulff's football regime at Washington State. Nothing, from the blunt, early assessment that the Cougars were pitifully undersized, to the unfathomable blowouts, to the erosion of alumni belief that this thing is going to work someday. Someday, maybe it will. Not today. Not Saturday night, not the way the Cougars played.
Cougars | Cougars can't keep pace against Oregon State | Seattle Times Newspaper
Washington State's latest setback and its third straight defeat did nothing to help the Cougars' bowl hopes and coach Paul Wulff's job status. However, the immediate concern following a 44-21 loss to Oregon State is the health of oft-injured Jeff Tuel.
Cougars | 2Minute Drill | Seattle Times Newspaper
Turning Point After an impressive first half, the Beavers came out on the first series of the second half and continued their domination with the near-perfect quarterbacking by Mannion. He hit Joe Halahuni for a 25-yard touchdown to complete an eight-play drive for a 31-14 lead.
Pac-12 Confidential | Tuel out again for Cougars | Seattle Times Newspaper
The WSU radio network reported at the outset of the second half of tonight's Washington State-Oregon State game that Jeff Tuel, the WSU quarterback, won't return to the game after playing the first half. There was no immediate word from WSU officials on Tuel's injury. He was hit hard a couple of times shortly before the half, which ended with OSU on top, 24-14.
Cougars | Cougars hoping for quickness on project | Seattle Times Newspaper
While Washington has planned for a brisk start for its stadium renovation after the Oregon game Nov. 5, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos also is hoping for a fast getaway for the Cougars' Martin Stadium remodel.