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Beavers Finish Sweep in the Desert

TEMPE, Ariz. – The Oregon State volleyball team, one of the hottest teams in the Pac-12 Conference, defeated knocked off Arizona State in an intense five-set match Saturday night. The Beavers’ win over the Sun Devils completed OSU’s first road sweep in the desert since 1993 and marks the first time OSU has gone 4-0 against...
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Oregon State Drops Contest in Tuscan

TUCSON. Ariz. – Darell Garretson threw for three touchdowns but the Beavers dropped a 49-28 contest on Saturday night at Arizona Stadium. A driving Wildcats team was stopped in its tracks when Shawn Wilson grabbed his first career interception in the first quarter at the Oregon State two-yard line. Trailing 28-0 at the half, Oregon State opened the...
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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...
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Next man up doesn’t get job done for Cowboys

ESPN – ATLANTA — Wherever Ezekiel Elliott watched the Dallas Cowboys‘ 27-7 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, it had to be painful. It had to be painful for Tyron Smith, the All-Pro left tackle who did not play because of a groin strain, to watch as well. And it was absolutely painful for Sean Lee, who watched all but one full...
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Bohman Named to 2017 All-Conference Volleyball Team

LA GRANDE, Ore. – With the end of the 2017 Cascade Collegiate Conference volleyball season, Oregon Tech Chase Bohman from Creswell, Ore. was named to the 2017 All-CCC team, after a vote by the head coaches, the conference office announced tonight. The junior outside hitter garnered her first All-CCC award, as finished the year ranked...
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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...
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Alejandro Villanueva presenting Army helmet decals for Veterans Day weekend

ESPN – PITTSBURGH — The Steelers will recognize Veterans Day this weekend by wearing helmet decals representing the various Army divisions in an effort led by left tackle Alejandro Villanueva. Villanueva, whose background as a former Army Ranger made him a prominent figure in the league’s controversy over the national anthem, told ESPN he is presenting each...
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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...
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No. 16 Oregon Tech Finds Offensive Rhythm in 113-57 Win

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The Hustlin’ Owls of Oregon Tech defeated the Deacons of New Hope Christian College by a score of 113 to 57, Wednesday night at Danny Miles Court. The Owls were led by Tyler Hieb with 27 points and 7 rebounds, and freshman, Zach Bernards with a career high 4 points and 16 rebounds for his...
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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...
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