CORVALLIS, Ore. — The defense was just good enough to get the win today in Reser Stadium to send the Beavers seniors off on a high note.
On Senior Day at Oregon State, the Beavers take down Arizona State 35 to 34 by stopping a two-point conversion attempt with less than two minutes left in the game. It's the first conference win at Reser Stadium since 2016.
Jake Luton, who completed 26 of 35 pass attempts for 288 yards and four touchdowns in the win, wanted to leave a positive legacy on the Oregon State football program in his final home game.
"[The seniors] want to be the reason, we want to be the foundation for bringing this program back to the level that it should be playing at," Luton said. "When I come back in a year, in five years and [Oregon State football is] really successful, I can say I was a part of building that."
With two games left in the season, Oregon State just needs one more win in order to make it to a bowl game for the first time in six years. Next week, they travel north to take on the Washington State Cougars.