Oregon State Beavers running back Damien Martinez (6) celebrates with wide receiver Tre'Shaun Harrison (0) after scoring a touchdown against the Stanford Cardinal during the fourth quarter at Stanford Stadium on Oct. 8, 2022.

Oregon State has been in a few dramatic, close games this season. 

The Beavers beat Fresno State, 35-32, and Stanford, 28-27, and they lost to USC, 17-14.

Saturday’s game against Washington State has the makings of another thriller. 

Oregon State is 7-1 in its past eight games at Reser Stadium, and the Cougars are 4-2 this season, including an upset win at then-No. 19 Wisconsin on Sept. 10.

“Looking forward to the energy and crowd making a difference,” Oregon State coach Jonathan Smith said. “Hopefully we can play well enough to keep them in it.”

The Beavers are coming off a miracle victory at Stanford, where Tre’Shaun Harrison scored the 56-yard, game-winning touchdown with 13 seconds left on a pass from Ben Gulbranson. 

The late heroics covered up some issues. 

The Beavers were down 24-10 in the fourth quarter to a team that is now 1-4. 

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