4 Easiest Games For Oregon State Football In 2015

Every week during the college football season presents its own unique set of challenges, but these next four games are the closest thing to penciled-in wins on the Oregon State Beavers' 2015 schedule. Here's our list of the 4 Easiest Games For Oregon State Football In 2015.

4) @ Washington State Cougars (October 17th)

The first of back-to-back cupcake games in Pac-12 conference play, Washington State is thin on defense and lacks the overall experience or depth to hang with the Pac-12's middle tier, let alone its elite. The Cougars do have a solid running game to fall back on, but there's little else to worry about here with a program that's (constantly) in flux.

3) Colorado Buffaloes (October 24th)

Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre has done a fine job changing the culture around the program in Boulder, but that has been accompanied by just six total wins and a ghastly 1-17 record in conference play over his two seasons on the job. The Buffaloes aren't bereft of talent -- especially on the offensive side of the ball -- but a leaky defense will be their undoing against Oregon State.

2) San Jose State Spartans (September 19th)

Ron Caragher has a solid influx of talent making its way up the rotation ranks at Spartan Stadium, but one of the nation's worst run defenses in 2014 may be worse with turnover across the defensive line and an offense that scored just 14 points in its last three games last season shouldn't scare anyone. It won't get much easier than this for the Beavers.

1) Weber State Wildcats (September 4th)

This is a cash-in opener for the Wildcats and the equivalent of an extended training camp walkthrough for Oregon State under new head coach Gary Andersen. Weber State went 2-10 last season and their mish-mash of castoff talents appear destined to wallow at the bottom of the Big Sky again in 2015.

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