Oregon State football brought its spring to a close with Saturday’s spring game at Reser Stadium.
The Beavers finished last season 7-6 overall. They went 5-4 in Pac-12 play and made a bowl game for the first time since 2013, but lost the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl to Utah State 24-13.
OSU went 6-0 at home last season, but 1-5 away from Corvallis.
The quarterback position remains a hot topic, with incumbent starter Chance Nolan taking most of the reps on Saturday. Tristan Gebbia and Ben Gulbranson also got some looks, with Gebbia a name to keep an eye on coming off injury that kept him out of the 2021 season.
Beaver fans are excited about the potential of the backfield, with Deshaun Fenwick entering his second season with the program after transferring from South Carolina, and true freshman Damien Martinez, a Texas native, commanding attention early this spring, too.
The defense has been the better collective unit this spring, and continued to impress in most phases on Saturday. Optimism and excitement abound on that side of the ball for a squad led by Trent Bray, who enters his first full season as defensive coordinator.
Check out some of the top highlights from the Beavers 2021 spring game here.
Oregon State’s 2022 schedule is below:
Sat., 9/3: vs Boise State
Sat., 9/10: @ Fresno State
Sat., 9/17: vs Montana State (Providence Park, Portland, Ore.)
Sat., 9/24: vs USC
Sat., 10/1: @ Utah
Sat., 10/8: @ Stanford
Sat., 10/15: vs Washington State
Sat., 10/22: vs Colorado
Fri., 11/4: @ Washington
Sat., 11/12: vs Cal
Sat., 11/19: @ Arizona State
Fri., 11/25: vs Oregon