The Oregon State football team is coming off a 41 - 17 loss to Washington last Saturday.
Head Coach Gary Anderson says there was a lot to learn from the tape. He said, it was a tough tape to watch and there's a lot they can use to grow the players.
He says Husky Stadium was the most hostile environment they've experienced this season.
Oregon State started the game with its third string QB Marcus McMaryion making his first start of the season and second for his career.
OSU's top two rushers Ryan Nall and Artavis Pierce both missed the game due to injuries. Tim Cook started in their place.
OSU played the game missing players who had accounted for 74 percent of the team's total rushing yards and 91 percent of the team's total passing yards.
OSU plays Washington State this Saturday. Coverage starts at 4:30 pm with the kickoff at 7:30 pm on the Home of the Beavers 1190 KEX.