Seth Collins took awhile to get going for Oregon State after getting the majority of snaps, but after he hurdles this poor Weber State defender he wasn't looking back.
Here's a better look at that first hurdle.
Collins's first snap was equally spectacular, taking that ball and running with it.
And he finally did more regular quarterback things by throwing a touchdown to Jordan Villamin.
Seth Collins has a history of hurdling too. Check out what he did in the spring game.
Collins finished with only 92 passing yards on 18 attempts and 10 completions, but he threw two touchdowns. More importantly, his ground game was on point, leading the Beavers in rushing with 152 yards on 17 carries.
Clearly, Weber State is not a good defense, or a good team, or a good anything, but that is something to keep in mind as Collins develops into his body. He will be someone to reckon with in the future.
Gary Andersen confirmed after the game that Collins has won the starting quarterback job over Marcus McMaryion.