OSU release, Corvallis — Former Oregon State University football standout Andy Levitre has been nominated for the College Football Hall of Fame by Oregon State University. The HOF is administered by the National Football Foundation. Levitre was a four-year letterman offensive lineman for the Beavers from 2005-08, redshirting in 2004. He assisted the Beavers to a record of 33-18, including 27-12 as a starter, and three bowl victories. The Beavers finished in the final Associated Press Poll each of his final three seasons which culminated with Sun Bowl victories over Missouri and Pittsburgh, and an Emerald Bowl win over Maryland. Levitre qualifies for the Hall of Fame nomination by being a first team All-American and being 10 years removed from his last college season. “Looking back at my time at OSU, I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to attend such a unique place,” Levitre said. “It is the perfect environment to thrive in both education and athletics. Oregon State provided me with all of the tools I needed to excel in the classroom and the football field. “I also enjoyed the opportunity to play in front of some of the most passionate fans I have ever been around and play alongside standup teammates.”