November 4, 2012
Ward Steps Up When Beavers Need Him Most
Terron Ward stepped up when Oregon State needed him most.
A seldom-used sophomore, Ward began Saturday night's key clash with Arizona State sixth on Oregon State's rushing chart with 32 yards on 10 carries in the first seven games this season.
When the Reser Stadium clock hit zeroes in the Beavers' hard-earned 36-26 victory in front of the third sellout crowd of the season, he was second with 178 yards (one more than Malcolm Agnew), an increase of greater than 450 percent. Only leading rusher Storm Wood, who sat out the game with an injury, now has more yards on the ground than Ward.
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