Ohio State vs Oregon State

Ohio State vs Oregon State : Saturday has arrived! The 2018 season kicks into high gear with the first full Saturday of games. With multiple big-time games on the slate and a bevy of interesting matchups from noon until night, there is no better way to kick off the fall than with what we are in store for here.

NCAA College Football 2018
Ohio State vs Oregon State Live
Date : Saturday, September 1, 2018
Start Time : 12:00 PM ET
Live/Repeat:Live

Ohio State vs Oregon State Live

Oregon State has tabbed Jake Luton as its starting quarterback, six days before the 2018 opener against Ohio State.

The 6-foot-7 senior is listed atop the week’s depth chart, apparently winning the job after a tense three-week battle during preseason camp with sophomores Conor Blount and Jack Colletto.

Blount and Colletto are listed the co-back ups.

Luton started four games last season before he was sidelined with a thoracic spine fracture during a game against Washington State.

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After a long offseason, the football season is finally here! Oregon State starts off the season against Ohio State. BeaversEdge.com has you covered.

At long last, for the first time during Jonathan Smith’s Oregon State coaching tenure, there is a depth chart. Here is the Beavers’ two-deep lineup for Saturday’s 2018 season opener against Ohio State.

No. 6 Washington travels to take on No. 9 Auburn this afternoon, but the Huskies will be without one of the most important pieces of their offensive line when they do so. As Adam Jude reported for The Seattle Times, left tackle Trey Adams won’t be active for Saturday’s matchup because of a back injury. This ailment is unrelated to a knee surgery Adams, a preseason All-American OT, has been recovering from — a surgery that “prevented him from making the trip” otherwise.