Sean Mannion will start again at UW

Sean Mannion will start again at UW
Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion warms up before their NCAA college football game against Utah in Corvallis, Ore., Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. Mannion, who had surgery to repair a torn left meniscus on Oct. 10, sat out their game last week against Brigham Young but suited up and is ready to play if needed. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Mike Riley announced on Monday that sophomore quarterback Sean Mannion will again be the Beavers starting quarterback on Saturday at Washington.

Mannion, who was cleared to play by doctors last Thursday, missed two games after having surgery on the meniscus in his left knee on Wednesday, October 10th.

The seventh ranked Beavers didn't skip a beat as back up QB Cody Vaz led Oregon State to a pair of victories, on the road at BYU and at home with Utah.

Vaz will again be second-string on Saturday night at CenturyLink Field in Seattle when the Beavers take on the Huskies at 7:15.

The Beavs following game has been slated for 7:15 as well on November 3rd at Reser Stadium with Arizona State.

Hear from Riley, Mannion, Vaz, Markus Wheaton and Jordan Poyer in the video interviews from KVAL Sports below.