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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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For Seahawks to earn top-two seed, win over Cardinals close to a must

ESPN – PHOENIX — Early November is usually too soon for talk of must-win games, but for the Seattle Seahawks to maintain any shot at claiming one of the NFC’s top two seeds and the perks that come with it, that’s the situation they’re facing. Taking care of business against the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night at University...
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Oregon Tech Lady Owls lead, Men 3rd after First Day of Menlo Invite

MONTEREY, Calif. – The Oregon Tech women’s golf team finished the first day of the Menlo College Pacific Coast Hwy Invite in first place as the Owls own the top three spots and lead the golf tournament by 43 strokes. Tech’s Stephanie Koza fired a first round 78 to lead the field with teammates Janelle Ferlan trailing by two strokes...
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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...
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Women Ranked 6th, Men 24th Headed to NAIA Cross Country Championships

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. –  After Winning their first ever Cascade Collegiate Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday the Oregon Tech women moved up one spot to No. 6 in the final NAIA Coaches’ Poll of the season. No. 6 ranking is the highest in program history. With the CCC Championship the OIT women secured...
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Beavers Set For Friday’s Season Opener

THE GAME: Oregon State opens its regular season at 7 p.m. on Friday against the Southern Utah Thunderbirds at Gill Coliseum. TELEVISION: The game will be televised on Pac-12 Oregon with Rich Burk and Dan Dickau calling the action. For information on how to watch the game online or on a mobile device, click on this link. If you...
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Oregon Tech Claims 1st CCC Women’s Cross Country Title in Program History, Men Finish 5th

LA GRANDE, Ore. – The No.7-ranked Oregon Tech women’s cross country team won its first Cascade Collegiate Conference Championship in program history, defeating a loaded field on Saturday at Lane Farms.  Women Results   Men Results The Owls finished the day with 53 points, led by three All-CCC runners. Danielle De Castro placed second individually, crossing the finish line in 18:05.50. Cindy...
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Beavers Edged at California

BERKELEY, Calif. – The Oregon State University football program faced Cal on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium to continue the Pac-12 schedule. The Beavers (1-8, 0-6 Pac-12) struck first but the Bears (5-5, 2-5 Pac-12) took the game, 37-23. Manase Hungalu led all players with 20 tackles, including 13 solo stops. It was the first time...
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