NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Oregon State’s performance against Colorado in the first round of the 2013 Men’s Basketball Tournament. Though the Beavers were able to manage a victory over the Buffaloes on Saturday, they could not repeat their impressive effort in the tournament, falling by a score of 74-68. Unfortunately for the Beavers, Colorado was able to put the game away at the line despite all of the late-game efforts being put on by the men from Corvallis.
NWSB Writer Rick Stella talks about his five boldest and fearless predictions for the Oregon State Beavers in this upcoming college football season. The Beavers will not only achieve some of the modest goals they’ve set for themselves, but shock the country as well. OSU Will Beat U of O in the Annual Civil War Game, and Rick says the Beavers will be bowl eligible in 2012. Sean Mannion will be special too.
NWSB Insider and Oregon State Beavers blogger Jonathan Irwin tells us If the Beavs ever need to dip into the PAST to grab players for their future the five guys he’d call upon would be. Steven Jackson, Richard Seigler, Dwan Edwards, Stephen Paea, and Sammie Stroughter. He does have faith though with the likes of Sean Mannion, Marcus Wheaton and Brandin Cooks the Beavers can be unstoppable!
NW Sports Beat Insider Jonathan Irwin highlights five players that will have impact seasons on the offensive side of the ball for the Oregon State Beavers. Players included are Sean Mannion, Markus Wheaton, Brandin Cooks, Caleb Smith, and Isaac Seumalo. OSU has reloaded the offense as the program hopes to make a high powered splash in 2012.
NWSB Insider and Oregon St. Beavers blogger Jonathan Irwin tells us his top 5 Beavers players to know that are NEW in 2012. Isaac Seumalo, Caleb Smith, Gavin Andrews, Chris Brown, Joel Skotte are all primed to have seasons in which they introduce themselves in a big way to the fans of the OSU Beavers.
Did you miss the Washington Huskies vs. Oregon State Beavers Pac 12 conference tournament basketball game Thursday? We’ve got the highlights loaded for our Pac 12 Hoops fans. Tony Wroten scored a career-high 29 points but missed four straight late free throws. Washington is first No. 1 seed to lose its first game in the Pac-12 tournament. Jared Cunningham had 18 points and 10 boards.
Huskies insider Brandon Choate brings us his Love em & Hate em from the Washington Huskies loss to Oregon State in the Pac-12 tournament. He loves Tony Wroten, but hates him at the same time. He also loves Lorenzo Romar and the comeback the team made against Oregon State. He hates the team’s inability to shoot free throws and the amount of fouls between Abdul Gaddy, Aziz N’Diaye, Terrence Ross and Darnell Gant.
Did you miss the Washington State Cougars vs. Oregon State Beavers Pac 12 conference tournament basketball game Wednesday? We’ve got the highlights loaded for our Pac 12 Hoops fans. Brock Motum scored 18 points. Ahmad Starks hit four 3-pointers. Former OSU stars A.C. Green and Gary Payton sat together courtside. Jared Cunningham saw his streak of scoring in double figures end at 22 games.
One of our College Hoops fans Jason Green reports on OSU Coach Craig Robinson’s Successes and Failures thus far. He shares his opinion on what OSU Beavers fans should expect in the years to come. With key recruitments of Jarmal Reid and Maika Ostling, will the Beavs be headed for a PAC12 Championship? A berth at March Madness?
Another North West Coach in the spotlight today. Current Oregon State University Coach Craig Robinson. Matt Martz, one of our Oregon sports area bloggers points out Coach Robinson has had much success in the past but is struggling at the helm of the OSU Basketball program. As the saying goes though, there’s always hope and Matt thinks it shouldn’t be too too long before OSU fans see a little March Madness Action.
Did you miss the Oregon St. Beavers vs. Washington Huskies Pac 12 basketball game Thursday? Washington raced out to a big early lead and never trailed on the way to a 95-80 win over Oregon State in the Pac-12 Conference opener for both teams. 26 points from Tony Wroten helped beat the Beavers (10-3) for the ninth straight time at Seattle.