Oregon State beats UCLA then takes down some In-N-Out

What do you do after you beat an undefeated UCLA team in their home stadium?

Go grab a celebratory double-double from In-N-Out, of course.

Riley said he struck a deal with the players prior to the game that if they they won, they would get In-N-Out. The team ordered 200 double-double's and fries. Seems like a prettyOregon State pulled of a bit of a stunner by beating the Bruins 27-20 to remain undefeated. Moreover, the Beavers held running back Johnathan Franklin, who came into the game leading the nation in rushing, to just 45 yards. Franklin had not rushed for fewer than 100 yards in any of his previous three contests.

There was a lot of chatter about UCLA being a better team than it was a year ago. And while that might be true, Oregon State has put itself in the same category. It's early in the conference season, but Oregon State and Stanford are definitely raising a few eyebrows in the Pac-12 North and could make things interesting with favorite Oregon.

But for now, enjoy those burgers. I hope those fries were "Animal Style."

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