Oregon State faces Florida at 11:30 a.m. today in the Las Vegas Bowl.
The No. 17 Beavers are 9-3 and going for their third 10-win season in program history.
Florida, from the SEC, is 6-6 this season.
Check back here throughout the day for live updates from the game.
Beavers win the Las Vegas Bowl
Oregon State wins the game 30-3 to finish the season with a 10-3 record.
Oregon State finds the end zone again
Jam Griffin scores on a 2-yard run to give the Beavers a 30-0 lead.
There is 13:02 left in the game.
Beavers running away with it
Ben Gulbranson runs for a 7-yard touchdown to give Oregon State a 23-0 lead with 8:44 left in the third quarter.
The touchdown was set up by a blocked punt.
Beavers take commanding lead
Silas Bolden scored on a 14-yard touchdown pass from Ben Gulbranson to give Oregon State a 17-0 lead over Florida.
There is 19:20 left in the third quarter.
OSU leads at halftime
Oregon State leads 10-0 at halftime.
The Beavers are trying to win a bowl game for the first time since 2013.
Beavers add to lead
Everett Hayes kicks a 27-yard field goal to give Oregon State a 10-0 lead late in second quarter.
Gebbia in at QB
Tristan Gebbia is in at quarterback for Oregon State.
Beavers lead 7-0 in the second quarter.
Tyjon Lindsey runs in an 8-yard touchdown to give the Beavers a 7-0 lead.
There is 2:10 left in the first quarter.
Florida held Oregon State on its first possession.
Beavers punt, and it’ll be the Gators’ ball.
3 & out
Beavers force Florida into a 3 and out.
Oregon State with the ball.
Mike Leach honored
Oregon State is wearing a sticker on its helmets today to honor the late Mike Leach.
Leach, who was head coach at Texas Tech, Washington State and Mississippi State, died this week after suffering a heart attack.
Wide receivers out
Oregon State wide receivers Anthony Gould and Tre’Shaun Harrison are out for today’s bowl game.
Gould, a West Salem graduate, made multiple All-American teams as a returner. He had two punt return touchdowns this season.
Beavers to play in NFL stadium
The bowl game is being played at Allegiant Stadium, the home of the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders.
The stadium has a capacity of 65,000, and can expand to 71,000.
The stadium opened in 2020.
Smith familiar with Las Vegas Bowl
This will be the third Las Vegas Bowl game experience for Oregon State head coach Jonathan Smith.
Smith was a graduate assistant on the Beavers’ 2003 team that beat New Mexico 55-14 in the Las Vegas Bowl.
Smith was also the quarterbacks coach for Boise State in 2012 when they beat Washington 28-26 in the Las Vegas Bowl.