Oregon State Beavers lose 27-21 to Washington Huskies, fall to 0-2

In this file photo from Nov. 7, 2020, The Beaver Football team storms Reser Stadium through a cloud of smoke on November 7th at 7:30pm for their game against Washington State. The Beavers finished the 2020 season with a 2-5 record, and now look ahead to 2021’s campaign during the offseason.

Andres De Los Santos, Sports Contributor

The Oregon State Beavers lost to the Washington Huskies on Nov. 14 by a slim margin of 27-21, the Beavers’ second loss of the season.

Although the Beavers kept the game close throughout, riding a spectacular performance from junior running back Jermar Jefferson, who had 23 carries and ran for 133 yards and one touchdown, it was still not enough for them to pull out the win in Seattle.

The Huskies dominated the rushing game against a Beavers defense that struggled to slow them down, running for a total of 267 yards and three touchdowns, while in the passing game, Huskies quarterback Dylan Morris was 14 for 24 and threw for 141 yards.

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Oregon State will hope to get their first win of the season as they face the California Golden Bears on Nov.  21 at 12:30 p.m. at Reser Stadium.