Hayes makes FG when time expires, Oregon St. defeats Washington | Professional
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) – BJ Baylor had 20 carries for 110 yards and two touchdowns, Everett Hayes scored for 24 yards at the end of the time limit and Oregon State beat Washington 27-24 on Saturday evening.
It’s still relatively early in the season, but Oregon State’s victory combined with Stanford’s loss to Oregon No.3 in overtime puts the Beavers (4-1, 2-0 Pac-12) in first place. .
Oregon State ended a nine-game losing streak against Washington (2-3, 1-1 Pac-12) and is 2-0 in conference for the first time since 2013.
Oregon State rallied for their fourth straight win after losing the lead in the fourth quarter.
A backpack from Oregon State quarterback Chance Nolan by Faatui Tuitele at OSU 13 and the 13-yard recovery and run from defensive lineman Sam Taimani set up the touchdown run. from 6 yards from Sean McGrew, giving Washington the lead at 24-17 with 10:02 left.
A 19-yard backhand run to wide receiver Anthony Gould followed by Gould’s 22-yard reception set up Baylor’s 27-yard rush to tie the game at 24-24 with 6:35 remaining.
McGrew was stopped inches from a first down in a straight 4-1 streak near midfield at 3:18. The place was confirmed by an official’s examination.
McGrew’s 39-yard touchdown down center tied the game at 17-17 with 10:19 to go. Dylan Morris’ 18-yard pass to Kamari Pleasant in the third and 18 deep into Huskies territory kept the drive alive.
The state of Oregon gained momentum at the start of the second quarter.
Cornerback Rejzahn Wright recovered Cameron Davis’ fumble at 12. The turnover led to Jack Colletto’s 3-yard touchdown run and a draw at 7-7.
The Beavers took their first lead at 14-7 on BJ Baylor’s 5-yard touchdown to the right end midway through the second quarter.
Peyton Henry converted a 20-yard field goal on the last play of the first half and the Beavers were leading 14-10 at the break.
Hayes fielded a 29-yard field goal to take Oregon State’s lead to 17-10 at 5:28 of the third quarter.
Washington took the opening kickoff and ran 75 yards for the score, culminating in a 44-yard pass to a wide-open Terrell Bynum, who was untouched on his way to the end zone.
Washington: Redshirt first-year quarterback Dylan Morris, who entered the game leading the Pac-12 in passing yards, continues to show promise. He completed 17 of 26 for 142 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and was 4-for-4 for 70 yards and a game opener.
The Huskies have allowed just two passing touchdowns this season.
Oregon State: Chance Nolan, who entered the game fourth nationally for passing efficiency, struggled to find passing lanes against the Huskies. He only completed 7 of 15 for 48 yards and an interception, and lost a fumble on a sack.
But OSU’s running game, which amassed 322 yards against USC, accounted for 242 yards and was a major factor in the victory.
Oregon State linebacker Jack Colletto has become an offensive weapon. A former Beavers quarterback, Colletto is often called in in close-range situations to take direct shots. He scored his fourth rushing touchdown of the season against Washington.
In the Beavers’ previous game at USC, Colletto became FBS’s first player since 2004 with two touchdowns and one interception in the same game the Beavers won 45-27, their first victory at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. since 1960.
Washington: The Huskies are off next week and will host UCLA on October 16.
Oregon State: The Beavers will be in Washington State next Saturday.
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