While one quarterback enjoyed his coming out party, another may find himself out of the starter's spot.
Despite a shaky first quarter, Oregon State was in perfect position to win this game midway through the third. All they needed was one good sustained drive.
This is the time that Vaz decided to go ice cold, and it wasn't the first time.
The junior (making just the fourth start of his career) has often gone frozen in each of his games. In the first three, the Beavers were able to bail him out. Not so much in this one.
In the first quarter, Vaz led OSU to two three-and-outs. He then exploded over the next two quarters, driving the Beavers to a 23-21 lead entering the fourth quarter.
Once again, Vaz found himself on ice. Even with four possessions in the fourth, the Beavers couldn't score.
Vaz's late game disappearance was capped by a fumble on a tuck-and-run with 8:34 left in the game. That fumble inevitably led to Kevin Hogan's game winning drive.
After sustaining a twisted ankle on the Beaver's second to last play of the game, chances are Vaz doesn't start for the rest of the season.