Oregon State might mess around and win offensive tackle Joshua Gray the Piesman Trophy.

In the second quarter of Saturday’s matchup with San Diego State, the 16th-ranked Beavers dipped into their bag a bit. DJ Uiagalelei took a first-and-goal snap and everything flowed to his right.

Gray drifted back from his spot at left tackle, then hauled in a throwback pass from Uiagalelei, and walked in for a touchdown.

It officially goes down as a 3-yard rushing score for Gray.

It’s the first career touchdown for Gray, a redshirt junior from Rancho Cucamonga, California. The 6-foot-4 tackle was an All-Pac-12 performer last season for the Beavers, and has started every game Oregon State has played since the start of the 2020 campaign.

On Saturday, the Beavers took quite a journey to get to their 12 first-half points.

They kicked a field goal, kicked a second field goal, scored on a reception from an offensive lineman, then failed to convert a two-point play. Someone put Scorigami on notice.

Oregon State (2-0) and San Diego State (2-1) are battling over on FS1.