OSU spring football finale on tap

IF YOU LIVE close by Oregon State and want to watch the spring game, boy are you in luck. The Saturday forecast in Corvallis calls for wall-to-wall sunshine and a high of 75 degrees. But for those who can't make the trip, they can still see the two-hour event from the comfort of their living room.

The Oregon State spring game will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks (1-3 p.m.)

Saturday’s spring game will resemble a “game” unlike recent years when it has been mostly a a glorified practice with a scrimmaging component.

Gary Andersen has said the spring game will be broken into two quarters, with one team in orange, the other in white. There will be a 10-minute halftime.

The gates open at 12 p.m. with the spring game slated for 1–3 p.m.

Tickets are $6, or $5 for four or more. All seating will be general admission on the east-side of Reser Stadium, including the Club level. The Founders Loge and Suites will be exclusive for those with season tickets in those areas. The Club level concessions and bar will be in service for the game.

Several season ticket locations in the Club level and east side lower sideline will be tagged as available for fans to purchase at the Spring Game. OSU ticketing and a new Pac-12 sales staff (OSU is the first to utilize a new ticket sales resource in collaboration with the conference) will be located in Club level to answer questions, renew season tickets or to secure new season tickets.

A post-game autograph session will be held on the Reser Stadium field.

OSU Intramural flag football championship pregame at 12:30 p.m.

The second annual “garage sale” takes place at the Truax Indoor Center, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

The Beavers vs. Arizona baseball game at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field begins at 4 p.m. Oregon State knocked off Arizona on Friday, 3-1.

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