Oregon State football loses to Sun Devils in final game of the regular season

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Junior, Jack Colletto, sprints toward the end zone for a Beaver touchdown.

Brady Akins, Sports Editor

In their final game of the 2020 season, Oregon State lost to the Arizona State Sun Devils 46-33, dropping their third straight game to fall to 2-5 on the regular season.

The game served as a revitalization for an offense that had slowed down in recent weeks. After scoring 24 points in back to back weeks, the Beavers offense exploded for a 33 point final that will go down as their second-highest of the season.

But with the offense taking a slight step forward in their last game of the year, the defense hit a slight backslide, allowing a season-high 46 points against an Arizona State offense that gained 375 yards on the ground.

After ending the year with a record below .500, the Oregon State Beavers will be ineligible for a bowl game, per PAC-12 rules. With the season now coming to an end, the Beavers will turn their attention to the offseason in preparation for a run in 2021.

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