Live Updates: Oregon State 21

Oregon State (6-3, 3-3) returns to Reser Stadium on a chilly evening in Corvallis for their penultimate home game of the 2022 football season and hosts California (3-6, 1-5). After a disappointing loss a week ago, the Beavers are hoping to regain momentum for the final stretch of the season against a Golden Bears squad that hasn’t won in their last five games.


This is the 75th meeting between the programs. California has a slight 39-35 lead in the all-time series, but Oregon State is 16-13 at home going into the 30th matchup in Corvallis. The Golden Bears won last year’s matchup at Berkeley.


Today and throughout the season, BeaverBlitz is your home for updates, talks, and in-depth analysis. Pac-12 Network has TV coverage in talks with Ted Robinson and Yogi Roth; Mike Parker, Jim Wilson and Ron Callan can be heard on the radio via the Beaver Sports Network; and we’re offering our VIP members another way to follow with our live game updates below, as well as a game thread in The Lodge.




  • 12:01 – OSU TOUCHDOWN – Anthony Gould returned a punt 55 yards for a touchdown, marking his second return total of the year – the highest by a Beaver since Sammie Stroughter had three in 2006. OREGON STATE 21, CALIFORNIA 0





  • 2:14 – OSU TOUCHDOWN – Two touchdowns in just over three minutes for Oregon State. Jam Griffin bounces off a couple of tacklers and drags some of them into the end zone on a five-yard scoring run. OREGON STATE 14, CALIFORNIA 0


  • 5:32 – INTERCEPT, OSU BALL – Kyrei Fisher-Morris intercepts Jack Plummer on the first turn of the drive and Oregon State earns extra possession at the California 31-yard line.


  • 5:37 – OSU TOUCHDOWN – Ben Gulbranson sneaks in on 4th-and-goal for a one-yard touchdown, and Oregon State is first on the board. That’s the second fourth down conversion of the drive when a 37-yard pass from Jack Colletto to Anthony Gould put the Beavers in the red zone a few games earlier. OREGON STATE 7, CALIFORNIA 0





  • Oregon State wins the coin toss and moves into the second half. California gets the inaugural kickoff.
  • Kickoff is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. PDT.
  • Oregon State wears its Beaver Salute uniform – an all-black ensemble with camouflage logos on the helmets. California’s street combo includes blue helmets, white jerseys, and white shorts.
  • The weather forecast in Corvallis in mid-November is for a busy but fine evening. The temperature at kick-off is expected to be 42 degrees and drop into the 30s as the game progresses. Clear skies and winds in the 3 mph range make for comfortable conditions. Sunset is at 4:48 p.m.
  • Oregon State quarterback Chance Nolan is expected to be out for this week’s game as he continues to work his way back from an injury, and Ben Gulbranson will start in his place. Offensive lineman Marco Brewer, tight end Luke Musgrave, defensive back Alton Julian and outside linebacker Ryan Franke will miss Saturday’s game with injuries. Several Beavers are in question, including running back Trey Lowe and defensive lineman Joe Golden.
  • Oregon State is an 11.5-point favorite, according to Caesars Sportsbook, CBS Sports’ official sportsbook partner. The over/under score prediction is fixed at 47 points.
  • According to ESPN’s Football Power Index, Oregon State is a huge favorite. FPI gives the Beavers a 78.8 percent chance of beating the Golden Bears.
  • BeaverBlitz staff has logged in predictions for Oregon State against California. Guest picker James Dockery also joined the crew this week. Follow the link above to read the forecasters’ insights.



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