CORVALLIS – Oregon State seeks to extend a three-game winning streak as it beat Washington for the first time since 2011 when the Beavers host the Huskies at Reser Stadium at 6pm on Saturday.
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When: Saturday 6 p.m.
Where: Reser Stadium
Latest line: Beaver at 2
Weather at kick-off: 68 degrees and partly sunny
TV channel: Pac-12 Network (Xfinity Comcast 421/720, Dish 206, Charter Spectrum 332/452)
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What’s at stake
Oregon State and Washington play for at least part of the first place in the Pac-12 North at Reser Stadium. The Beavers haven’t had a four-game winning streak since 2013, while losing nine straight to the Huskies. OSU comes into play with a buzzing offense that has scored over 40 points in three consecutive games. Washington have won two straight wins after their first two losses this season, including a 31:24 triumph over California a week ago. The Huskies are expected to do without two key players in tight end Cade Otton and cornerback Trent McDuffie.
4TH QUARTER: OREGON STATE 24, WASHINGTON 24 (3:18)
– Washington runs with Kamari Pleasant to win 7, 5 and 6 yards. Sean McGrew then gets the ball and he takes 2 for the third and 2 for the huskies. Sean McGrew is in third place. It seemed to be stopped abruptly. Washington decides on places four and 1. It looks like the huskies will be stopped. You will measure. Dylan Morris tried to sneak it in and he definitely didn’t get much. Washington is short and OSU takes over for the Huskies ’46. The play is under review, however.
– Oregon State is back with it. Anthony Gould grabs a pass from Chance Nolan for a 22 to 42-yard win from Washington. Two games later, BJ Baylor runs for a 27-yard touchdown that puts the game at 24-24 with 6:35 remaining. Oregon State 24, Washington 24
– It’s a wild game. Chance Nolan fiddles with the ball while scrambling and Washington picks it up. For the huskies it is now the first and the goal. Sean McGrew grabs the Wildcat formation and charges forward with the help of one of his offensive linemen, and he’s in the end zone for the touchdown. The huskies take the lead with 24:17 10:02 before the end. Washington 24, State of Oregon 17
– Rejzohn Wright comes off the ledge with a sack of Dylan Morris. And in second place Keonte Schad dismisses Morris. It’s the third and long for the huskies. But in the third and long term, Washington will transform it. Now it’s third and three for the Huskies with their 43rd and Sean McGrew gets the first down and a lot more. In the next game, McGrew finds a lead and goes 39 yards for a touchdown. The huskies meet at 17:17 at 10:19 to play in Corvallis. Oregon State 17, Washington 17
– Washington is putting together a 10-play drive, but it is only 26 yards long. The huskies have to get it back to the beavers and they are OSU deep. Trevon Bradford starts fair on his own 8-yard line. The Beavers will have it there at 2:54 p.m. to play in the game. Oregon State goes three-and-out, but Luke Loecher’s punt is good. It rolls all the way down to the Washington 26-yard line. The Beavers reject a running in the kicker penalty as it would not have resulted in a first down. And instead, the 63-yard boat stands. The huskies take over 14:11 before the end.
– The Beavers enter the Washington 15 Yard Line. But Chance Nolan climbs to third and eighth, but cannot take down the first. In fourth and sixth place, Everett Hayes tries a 29-yard field goal. The kick is good, and Oregon State extends its lead to 17-10 at the 5:28 mark of the third. Oregon State 17, Washington 10
– The first trip of the second half is in the state of Oregon and the Beavers are heading to Washington. They pin the huskies to their own 6 yard line. And the OSU defense remains strong, stopping Washington in third and seventh place after a two-yard win. Washington lines up for the punt. It’s short and the Beavers take over Washington 39 at 10:21 in the third quarter.
– After a three-and-out in the state of Oregon, Washington takes over at 30. Dylan Morris marches the Huskies to the OSU 3-yard line, but after an incomplete pass to third place and the goal, Washington must come in with a 20 -Yard field goal that cuts the Beavers’ lead to 14-10 in half. Oregon State 14, Washington 10
– Now the teams exchange interceptions. First, Avery Roberts from the US state of Oregon intercepts Washington QB Dylan Morris. But just two games later, Asa Turner intercepts Chance Nolan. The Huskies are back at OSU 49. The Beavers defense holds and Washington has to poke 4:51 to play at halftime. Almost a disaster for the Huskies on a bad snap, but the punter Race Porter somehow gets the punt off and it rolls all the way to the Beavers’ 13 yard line. OSU takes over there.
– Oregon State has taken a 14-7 lead. First, the Beavers brought back a Huskies fumble early in the second quarter, and three games later, Jack Colletto pulled it out from 3 yards to tie the game 7-7. Then, after a three-and-off in Washington, OSU struck again. Chance Nolan drove the Beavers 42 yards in seven games, and BJ Baylor scored on a 4-yard touchdown run to play the Beavers 14-7 at 8:25 in the first half. Oregon State 14, Washington 7
Washington quarterback Dylan Morris hits Terrell Bynum with a 44-yard touchdown pass that rounds off a 75-yard six-play drive for the Huskies on their first possession. The Beavers then walk 24 yards in seven games before their drive comes to a standstill. And Oregon State is pushing it back to Washington. The huskies led 7-0 with 8:48 in the first quarter. The huskies’ second drive is three-and-a-half. After the punt, Oregon State gets the ball back to its own 36 at the 7:19 mark in the first quarter. Washington 7, Oregon State 0
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