Oregon State's Reser Stadium is undergoing a $42 million renovation that is scheduled to be completed by the start of the 2016 season, but part of the field was covered by a construction site Saturday for the Beavers' Spring game. With one of the endzones blocked off, Oregon State decided to have both offenses drive toward the same endzone - but when Dwayne Williams picked off a pass and broke a tackle at the 40-yard line, he was sprinting directly toward a fence. The pylon for the makeshift field was set at the 10-yard line, but perhaps out of habit, Williams didn't stop running until he crossed the goal line.

Watch out for that construction zone, bro! #SpringFootballProblems pic.twitter.com/R0cvShEa8m

— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) April 16, 2016

Fortunately, Williams was unharmed.

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