When Oregon State named junior quarterback Jake Luton the starter over Marcus McMaryion, it wasn’t a major shock to Beaver fans.
McMaryion has since transferred to Fresno State and will be looking to compete there while Luton will be aiming to improve on the Beavers’ 4-8 mark from last season.
Those two, along with former dual-threat quarterback turned receiver Seth Collins, will look to take down a Colorado State team coming off a bowl appearance in 2016.
The Potato Bowl ended up being one of the craziest of the postseason, finishing with a 61-50 final in favor of the Vandals.
The Beavers are looking to get off on the right foot after a disappointing 2016 season while Colorado State is hoping to prove itself on a national stage against a Power Five foe.
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