Jake Luton Named National Player Of The Week


CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton has been named the College Football Performance Awards National Player of the Week.

Luton, from Marysville, Wash., threw for a career-best five touchdowns and completed 18-of-26 pass attempts for 285 yards in the Beavers’ 48-31 win over UCLA on Saturday night. He also ran for a 19-yard score late in the fourth quarter, becoming the first Oregon State player to account for six touchdowns in a game since Sean Mannion versus Colorado in 2013.

He is the second Pac-12 Conference player to earn the CFPA’s weekly honor this season.

Luton has now thrown 166 consecutive passes without an interception dating back to 2018, the nation’s longest active streak.

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He has thrown for a career-best 14 touchdowns this season. Luton has completed 100-of-161 passes (62.1 percent) for 1,297 yards.

Luton was also named the Pac-12 Player of the Week by College Sports Madness.

Next Game

Oregon State returns home to face Utah Saturday at Reser Stadium, with kickoff slated for 5 p.m. PT.