Dan Lanning called the Oregon State game Oregon’s Super Bowl.

The Ducks didn’t get caught looking ahead in Tempe on Saturday. They went on the road, handled business in a 49-13 win that featured a 42-0 scoreline at the halftime break, and now get to turn the attention toward the Beavers.

A win for Oregon at home next Saturday clinches a spot in the Pac-12 Championship Game and sets up a rematch with Washington. Everything the Ducks want this season is still right in front of them, but Oregon State will require their full attention. The Beavers are 8-3 on the year and coming off a 22-20 loss to the Huskies that went down to the very end.

“Yeah, this game is our Super Bowl,” Lanning said after the ASU game. “They’re obviously a really talented team. They’re coached extremely well. I’m anxious to sit here and be able to watch some of their film. We’ve been able to watch some crossover film of what they’ve done so far this season, but I always feel like Jonathan (Smith) has those guys playing their best football at the end of the season.

“It’s a tough team. It’s a resilient team. I’m excited to see what our fans do when they show out to this game. This is a big one.”

The Ducks lost this game a year ago in Corvallis, 38-34. It marked the first time since 2016 that an Oregon team lost to Washington and Oregon State in the same season.

Special teams disasters over the closing stretch helped Oregon State rally in record time. A Camden Lewis field goal with 4:46 to play in the third quarter gave Oregon a 31-10 lead. Oregon State’s Isaiah Newell ran in a 6-yard touchdown with 8:11 still to go in the fourth that put the Beavers on top 38-34.

Oregon State had touchdown drives in the fourth quarter that needed to cover 36 yards, 2 yards, and 28 yards.

“We’ve just got to complete the game,” quarterback Bo Nix said Saturday when asked what he remembered about last year’s matchup. “We were up big and didn’t get enough explosive plays. They moved the ball well there late in the game. I’ve been obviously excited for this one and it’s going to be a fun way to end the season — end our regular season.

“I just know we’ve got to prepare hard for this week because they’re a really good football team. They’re probably better than they were last year, and we’re going to have to bring it. It’s going to be a really good matchup between really good teams. They’re really good on defense. They show a bunch of different looks. We’re definitely going to have to be prepared, but I’m excited to play this one.”

Added Lanning: “I have no doubt what Monday is going to look like when we hit the practice field because of what these guys embrace.”