The San Diego State Aztecs (2-1) visit the No. 16 Oregon State Beavers (2-0) at Reser Stadium on Saturday, September 16, 2023.
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When is Oregon State vs. San Diego State and when does it start?
This contest between the Beavers and Aztecs is scheduled on Saturday, September 16, 2023. Expect to see the kickoff at 3:30 PM ET.
Where to watch Oregon State vs. San Diego State
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Oregon State Stats & Insights
The Beavers beat the UC Davis Aggies 55-7 in their last game.
Oregon State ranks 31st in total offense this season (461.5 yards per game), but has been shining on defense, ranking sixth-best in the FBS with 461.5 yards allowed per game.
The Beavers are averaging 228.5 passing yards per game on offense this season (76th in the FBS), and they are surrendering 171.0 passing yards per game (34th) on defense.
Oregon State has been finding success on both offense and defense in the running game, ranking 12th-best in rushing offense (233.0 rushing yards per game) and seventh-best in rushing defense (51.5 rushing yards allowed per game).
The Beavers have been clicking on all fronts this season, as they rank 10th-best in scoring offense (48.5 points per game) and 19th-best in scoring defense (12.0 points allowed per game).
San Diego State Stats & Insights
In their most recent outing, the Beavers won 55-7 over the UC Davis Aggies.
This season has been difficult for San Diego State on both sides of the ball, as it is compiling only 319.0 total yards per game (17th-worst) and ceding 424.3 total yards per game (24th-worst).
In terms of passing, this season has been difficult for the Aztecs on both sides of the ball, as they are compiling just 149.0 passing yards per contest (11th-worst) and surrendering 294.3 passing yards per game (22nd-worst).
San Diego State ranks 59th in the FBS with 170.0 rushing yards per contest on offense, and it ranks 74th with 130.0 rushing yards given up per contest on defense.
From an offensive standpoint, the Aztecs are compiling 22.0 points per contest (103rd-ranked). They rank 79th in the FBS on defense (25.3 points given up per game).
Oregon State Key Players to Watch
D.J. Uiagalelei leads Oregon State with 346 passing yards (173.0 ypg) on 28-of-38 passing with five touchdowns compared to zero interceptions this season. He also adds 21 rushing yards (10.5 ypg) on 10 carries while scoring three touchdowns on the ground.
Damien Martinez has carried the ball 25 times for a team-high 249 yards (124.5 per game), with one touchdown this year.
This season Deshaun Fenwick has rushed for 103 yards (51.5 per game) on 16 carries with one touchdown.
Silas Bolden’s 118 receiving yards (59.0 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s totaled 10 receptions and one touchdown.
Anthony Gould has caught three passes for 59 yards (59.0 yards per game) and one touchdown this year.
Jeremiah Noga’s three catches are good enough for 54 yards (27.0 ypg) and one touchdown.
San Diego State Key Players to Watch
Jalen Mayden has thrown for 447 yards (149.0 ypg) to lead San Diego State, completing 59% of his passes and recording three touchdown passes and three interceptions this season. He’s also run for 174 yards (58.0 ypg) on 27 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
This season Jaylon Armstead has piled up 27 carries for 145 yards (48.3 per game) and one touchdown.
Mekhi Shaw’s 128 receiving yards (42.7 yards per game) lead the team. He has 10 receptions with one touchdown.
Mark Redman has caught 11 passes for 101 yards (33.7 yards per game) and two touchdowns this year.
Martin Blake’s four catches have turned into 60 yards (20.0 ypg).