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The Oregon State football team held its first scrimmage of fall camp in front of approximately 3,800 fans Saturday night at Summit High School as the Beavers concluded a six-day stint in Central Oregon/OSU Cascades Campus. Starting quarterback Jake Luton guided the first team offense on an opening 9-play 70-yard scoring drive culminating with a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Noah Togiai.  Luton connected with true freshman receiver Isaiah Hodgins, who made several defenders miss on a 39-yard pass and catch, to set up the eventual score. Luton’s second drive also resulted in a touchdown pass, again to Togiai, who missed all but two games last season with an injury. Togiai’s 5-yard reception culminated a 7-play 70-yard drive that featured an 18-yard run by Oregon transfer back Thomas Tyner. Luton finished the scrimmage 10 of 15 passing for 122 yards with three touchdown passes.  Backup quarterbacks Marcus McMaryion and Darell Garretson both were victims of several dropped passes. McMaryion ended 4-for-9 for 36 yards and Garretson was 6-for-9 for 61 yards.  The Beavers open the 2017 season at Colorado State, Aug. 26th.

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Quarterback Marcus McMaryion has elected to transfer from Oregon State University. He will be immediately eligible having graduated with a bachelor’s degree in public health, and has two years of eligibility remaining. “After much thought, consideration, and discussion with my family I would like to announce that I am transferring from Oregon State,” McMaryion said. “I want to thank the fans of Beaver Nation, the coaching and academic staff, and my teammates for a great three years. As I close this chapter of my life as a graduate, the next chapter awaits. It has been a privilege representing this program on and off the field. For my OSU brothers on the field, remain 11 strong and have a great season.” “Marcus has contributed much to our program on and off the field during his time here,” head coach Gary Andersen said. “We support him in his decision and wish him well as he continues his career on the field and in his studies.”