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OSU Opens Pac-12 Play Saturday In Pullman

GAME 4: OREGON STATE AT WASHINGTON STATE Gameday InformationDate: September 16, 2017Time: 2:30 p.m. PTLocation: Pullman, Wash.Stadium: Martin StadiumTelevision: Pac-12 Network Play-By-Play: Roxy Bernstein Analyst: Anthony Herron Sideline: Lewis JohnsonRadio: Beaver Sports Network (TuneIn) Play-By-Play: Mike Parker Analyst: Jim Wilson Sideline: Ron Callan Pre-Game: Steve PreeceSatellite Radio: XM N/A, Sirius N/ASeries History: WSU leads,...
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CCC Players of the Week

Tech’s Mark French and Tyler Franke Receive CCC Honors

LA GRANDE, Ore. — Oregon Tech golfer Tyler Franke and cross country runner Mark French were named Cascade Conference “Players of the Week” the conference office announced Monday. Franke, a junior from Sutherlin, Ore., shot an 11 under par to win the Oregon Fall Invite. His 205 total is now an Oregon Tech school...
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Nall Paces Beavers With Two Touchdowns Against Washington State

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Oregon State University football team battled Washington State on Saturday afternoon at Martin Stadium to open the Pac-12 Conference portion of the Beavers’ 2017 schedule. The Beavers dropped a 52-23 decision to the Cougars. Ryan Nall continued his climb up the Oregon State record books, now sitting at 1,729 career...
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Lady Owls Shock Rocky Mountain with Late Goal

BILLINGS, Mont. — Oregon Tech scored the game winning goal with just 87 seconds remaining in regulation as the Owls pulled-off the upset with a 1-0 win over Rocky Mountain Sunday afternoon at Herb Klindt Field. Oregon Tech (3-4, 1-1 CCC) put four shots on goal with none bigger than the final one. In...
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Hustlin’ Owls Fall at Rocky Mountain 3-1

BILLINGS, Mont. — The ninth-ranked Rocky Mountain College men’s soccer team knocked off visiting Oregon Tech 3-1 Sunday afternoon at Herb Klindt Field. Rocky Mountain (5-1, 1-1 CCC) went ahead in the 10th minute when Marco Kummerle headed home a free kick sent into the penalty area by Gregor Watson. Oregon Tech (1-4, 0-2...
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Seahawks & Niners

Doug Baldwin: ‘We know we could have played better’ on offense

ESPN — SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks like to say that “it’s not how you start, but how you finish” that matters in football. Coach Pete Carroll preaches it and his team believes it. They’ve shown an ability under Carroll to stumble out of the gates and then prevail in the end, both over...
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Broncos believe in Trevor Siemian: ‘Trev could be a star in this league’

ESPN — DENVER — The best young quarterback on the field here Sunday was the one playing for the home team. The one whose face isn’t on any of the TV network promos or magazine covers. The home team quarterback is the one who threw four touchdown passes in the Denver Broncos’ 42-17 thrashing...
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U of O vs. Wyoming

Oregon Ducks ranked No. 24

LARAMIE, Wyoming – The Oregon Ducks moved into the Top 25 for the first time this season in the latest AP poll, released Sunday. The Ducks, ranked No. 24, are 3-0 after Saturday’s 49-13 win against Wyoming. In Saturday’s game, Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert outplayed highly touted Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen. Herbert passed for...
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Deshaun Watson dazzles with record run, instills hope in Texans’ first win

ESPN - CINCINNATI — For at least one play in Thursday night’s 13-9 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson brought some excitement to the Houston Texans’ offense. With pressure coming, Watson scrambled from the middle of the field down the right side for a 49-yard touchdown, weaving past Bengals players, stopping linebacker...
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The Indians’ win streak is longer than their call-ups’ careers

ESPN – CLEVELAND — Less than an hour after his team broke the record for most consecutive wins in baseball history, Indians rookie Greg Allen left the team’s clubhouse and headed down the hall to get some food to take back to his hotel. Cleveland had won, again, this time in extra innings, 3-2...
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