Oregon continued its dominance of the Civil War by defeating Oregon State 24-10 Saturday night at Autzen Stadium for its 11th win over the Beavers in the past 12 football seasons.

Here are five takeaways from the regular-season finale for the Ducks.

1. Oregon State's backup plan

It was a surprise when Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton was unable to play due to a forearm injury suffered in last week’s loss to Washington State. The Beavers may wonder if the outcome would have been different if they had Luton, who had thrown for 696 yards and nine touchdowns in his past two games. Tristan Gebbia got the start and completed 26-of-40 passes for 243 yard and no touchdowns. Gebbia was unable to connect with top receiver Isaiah Hodgins in the first half before finding him eight times for 85 yards in the second half. Oregon State was averaging 33.1 points per game with Luton, but managed just a touchdown and field goal against the Ducks.

2. Oregon's offense slows

The Ducks finished with 365 yards of offense, 15 fewer than Oregon State. Justin Herbert completed 18-of-30 passes for 174 yards and a touchdown, but no receiver had even 40 yards through the air. Oregon was 3-for-14 on third down, but converted all three attempts on fourth down.

“Not very efficient today, obviously, but we have been throughout the course of the year,” UO coach Mario Cristobal said. “We have been really good on third downs so 3-for-14 was uncharacteristic of us. Not up to our standard.”

3. Ducks have punter power

Blake Maimone pinned the Beavers inside the 20-yard line on five of his six punts. Oregon reached OSU territory on each of its final three drives of the first half, but had to punt at the end of each of those possessions.

Oregon downed the ball inside the OSU 5-yard line on the first two punts and the third was fielded by Oregon State’s Trevon Bradford, who returned it eight yards.

“Blake does an outstanding job pinning them inside the 10- or -5 yard line,” Cristobal said. “When you can flip the field consistently, it is hard statistically to score any points, let alone a touchdown from inside our 10-yard line.”

4. Kicking concerns continue

Oregon kicker Camden Lewis missed another short field goal when his 24-yard attempt was wide left in the third quarter. The true freshman is 6-for-11 on the season with all five misses coming from 40 yards and in. Lewis made a 32-yard field goal in the first quarter and converted all three extra points.

5. Beavers getting better

Oregon dominated the previous two meetings by defeating the Beavers by a combined score of 124-25, but Jonathan Smith’s second season as coach showed significant strides for OSU. The Beavers fell short of a bowl game with the loss, but finished 5-7 to match its best record since 2014. Oregon State finished tied for second in the Pac-12 North Division.