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Beaver Battle No. 5 Notre Dame Down to the Wire

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The No. 18/19 Oregon State women’s basketball team led for the majority of the game, but fell late to No. 5/6 Notre Dame 72-67 Sunday afternoon at Gill Coliseum. The game was played before a crowd of 7,570, the largest crowd at a home Pac-12 game this season by over 3,500. “I was so impressed by our crowd,” said...
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The AFC West is suddenly the division no team wants to win

ESPN – EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The Kansas City Chiefs don’t know what’s wrong. The old saying goes that if they did, they’d fix it. But a 12-9 overtime loss to the New York Giants is a new and special kind of roadside ditch for a Chiefs season that has gone from the Autobahn to the repair shop in the blink of an eye. “Out...
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Roger Goodell has a Jerry Jones problem and nobody knows how it will end

ESPN - THERE WAS A PAUSE. It was Aug. 9, inside Roger Goodell’s sixth-floor office at the NFL’s Park Avenue headquarters in New York City — down the hall, past the executives’ offices and his assistant’s desk, and through a large, thick wooden door that is both imposing and usually left open to serve as a welcome. Goodell huddled over a...
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Oregon State Wrestling Heads to the East Coast

CORVALLIS, Ore. - Oregon State wrestling begins a two month road schedule this week when the Beavers take on the Patriots of George Mason on Thursday, Nov. 16 in Fairfax, Va. This is the first every meeting between the Oregon State and George Mason wrestling programs. “The guys are feeling good,” began head coach Jim Zalesky. “They’ve had some time to...
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Tom Brady’s latest masterpiece is surviving the Patriot Way

ESPN – DENVER — History says Tom Brady wanted this one against the Denver Broncos badly, even if he’s not wired to make such admissions publicly. But long before he applied two layers of makeup to his miserable Mile High record, Brady won something significant just by showing up Sunday night. The New England Patriots‘ 41-16 rout of the Broncos wasn’t merely notable as...
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Bright Ugwoegbu: From Texas to Oregon State

Bright Ugwoegbu was 9-years-old when his dad first told him he was the man of the house. It was 2005, and the family had just relocated to Houston from Nigeria, where his dad was a former diplomat and still helped run the family business. Ugwoegbu was the oldest child, and his dad’s instructions meant that he was supposed to listen...
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Richard Sherman’s injury a massive blow to Seahawks’ Super Bowl hopes

ESPN – GLENDALE, Ariz. — Wearing a boot on his right foot, Seattle Seahawkscornerback Richard Sherman hobbled to the podium on crutches and began his news conference by poking fun at the bright green suit he was wearing, saying it looked much cooler before Thursday night’s game. Sherman was trying to lighten the mood knowing he was about to discuss the ruptured...
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Why hearing on Thursday is crucial for Ezekiel Elliott’s future

ESPN - Ezekiel Elliott will be back in court Thursday for the latest legal dust-up aimed at holding off his six-game suspension. Attorneys for Elliott, the Dallas Cowboys’ star running back, will try to convince a three-judge panel from the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York to grant him an injunction that allows him to keep playing while his case against the...
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Colin Kaepernick will have a seat at the table if players meet with league

ESPN - While NFL players continue to protest during the national anthem and frustrated owners seek closure on the divisive issue, the man who ignited the leaguewide movement may play a central role in whatever happens next. Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who first sat and then knelt in 2016 to shine a light on racial injustice,...
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Todd Bowles and the Jets aren’t going down without a fight

ESPN - EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Todd Bowles is a card-carrying stoic, a coach who is often tied in the AFC East with You Know Who when it comes to expressionless media conference faces. But in a quiet moment outside his locker room on Thursday night, after his New York Jets manhandled the Buffalo Billswith a 34-21 win, Bowles suddenly broke into laughter...
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