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NOTEBOOK: Reflections on a downer
STAT OF THE GAME: Mannion threw for 376 yards and four touchdowns.
MISLEADING STAT OF THE GAME: OSU was penalized 14 times for 120 yards. That usually is an indication of sloppy play, but not in this situation.
LEADING TACKLERS: Sophomore linebacker Sekope Kaufusi had nine stops, while C.J. Mizell and Alex Hoffman-Ellis each added eight.
NEXT GAME: The Cougars play at noon Saturday at Oregon (TV: Root Sports).
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