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Aly Raisman: USA Gymnastics ‘ignoring us, not creating change’

ESPN – Three-time gold-medal-winning gymnast Aly Raisman lashed out against USA Gymnastics on ESPN’s Outside the Lines on Tuesday, saying the organization ignored allegations of sexual abuse against Dr. Larry Nassar and even “threatened” her to be quiet. Raisman came forward in November, saying she was one of 125 women — including Olympic medalists, college...
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Oregon State Ready for Leg One of Civil War

THE GAME: The No. 18 ranked Oregon State women’s basketball team will open a pair of back-to-back Civil Wars Friday evening, when the Beavers host No. 7 Oregon for an 8 p.m. tip. FOLLOW ALONG: Friday’s game will air live on Pac-12 National, Oregon and Arizona with Ann Schatz and Mary Murphy on the call. You...
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Beavers Back At Gill For Tilt With Burns

THE GAME: Oregon State (10-7, 2-3 Pac-12) returns to Gill Coliseum to face the UCLA Bruins (13-5, 4-2) at 8 p.m. on Thursday. TELEVISION: The game will be televised on FS1 with Aaron Goldsmith and Doug Gottlieb calling the action. RADIO: The game will air live on Beaver Sports Radio Network with Mike Parker calling the action. It can also be...
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Durant scores 16 in the third quarter as Warriors defeat Cavaliers

ESPN – CLEVELAND — The calendar read January, but the intensity matched June … at least for the first three quarters. In the fourth, the Golden State Warriors used one of their trademark scoring bursts, a key 20-6 run, to take their first double-digit lead in what had been a heated, back-and-forth affair. The Cleveland Cavaliers responded with...
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Nassar surrounded by adults who enabled his predatory behavior

ESPN - EDITOR’S NOTE: This story contains strong language and mature subject matter. JANE REMEMBERS THE linoleum floor in the bathroom of Larry Nassar’s apartment. She remembers feeling strange as he walked in and handed her gymnastics magazines to read as she lay fully naked in his bath tub. She was 12 or 13; she can’t...
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Owls Drop Overtime Thriller to Beacons

EUGENE, Ore.-   Mitchell Fink‘s career high 34-points wasn’t enough as No.20 Oregon Tech (7-4 CCC, 14-7) fell on the road to Northwest Christian (4-5 CCC, 8-8) 123-121 in overtime Saturday night at the Morse Event Center. Michael Loomis had a career night, breaking multiple NCU records as he scored career-highs with 36 points and...
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Brady, Gronkowski, Belichick stand in way of Jaguars’ Super Bowl run

ESPN – PITTSBURGH — The Jacksonville Jaguars advanced to the AFC Championship Game for the third time in franchise history by beating Pittsburgh 45-42 at Heinz Field on Sunday. The Jaguars will play the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium next Sunday. Reasons to be excited: How can you not be excited about a Jaguars team that was...
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Inside the play that saved the Vikings’ season — and crushed the Saints

ESPN - MINNEAPOLIS — The “Minnesota Miracle” happened on a play called “Seven Heaven.” Why do the Minnesota Vikings use that name? Because if the quarterback hits the seven route, a deep corner in this case, well, something heavenly happens. Stefon Diggs was running the seven route on Sunday night when he caught his miraculous 61-yard touchdown on...
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BREAKING NEWS: Titans, Mike Mularkey mutually agree to part ways

ESPN - Mike Mularkey has agreed to part ways with the Tennessee Titans, who announced Monday that the sides “couldn’t come to an agreement over the future.” Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk acknowledged in a statement that the organization had discussed a potential contract extension with Mularkey, who this year coached Tennessee to its first...
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Beavers Fall Short Against No. 17 Arizona

TUCSON, Ariz. – Oregon State went toe-to-toe with No. 17 Arizona before a late run propelled the Wildcats to a 62-53 win on Thursday night at the McKale Center. The Beavers (10-6, 2-2 Pac-12) started the game on fire, jumping out to a 12-2 lead, as four of the five starters scored. Arizona (13-4, 3-1) chipped away...
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