With a the Beavers playing UNLV this weekend and getting a breather from Pac-10 play, let's take a look at the balance of Oregon State's season:
|20, 21, 22||UNLV|
|27, 28, 29||at Stanford|
|4, 5, 6||at Washington (Safeco Field)|
|11, 12, 13||Washington State|
|18, 19, 20||Arizona State|
|25, 26, 27||at UCLA|
The Beavers draw a bye this weekend, so they will square off with UNLV of the Mountain West Conference in the final three games of their 10 game home stand. The Rebels are currently 14-26 on the year and 3-9 in league games.
The Beavers will be the third Pac-10 the Rebels have played this season. UNLV took 2 of 3 from Cal, and won 1 of 3 against Arizona.
When the Beavers resume Pac-10 play, they'll face Stanford, who is currently tied for last place in the Pac-10. Stanford did beat Arizona on Saturday for their first conference win, so the Beavers can't take any of these games lightly.
The Beavers will take on the Huskies at Safeco Field, which I'm sure would be an exhilarating experience for any aspiring Major League player. The Huskies have been having a decent season, and are currently 19-16 overall and 5-4 in the Pac-10.
vs. Washington State
The Cougars are the other team tied for last place in the bottom of the Pac-10. They're also 1-8 in the conference, but 17-17 overall. The Beavers haven't lost to the Cougars sine 2004, so we'll see what happens.
vs. Arizona State
The Sun Devils were picked to finish first in the Pac-10 in front of the Beavers, which is one of the reasons why this should be a great series. The Sun Devils are currently lurking around the top of the Pac-10 at 10-2, the most conference wins for any team. These are three games you won't want to miss.
The Beavers will travel down to LA to end their regular season, and the Bruins will be a tough team to beat. They're playing above where they were supposed to be this season, as they just completed a three game sweep of rival USC.