Posted February 14, 2013 on
FRESH OFF A 9-4 campaign and an early projected preseason top 25 ranking for 2013, the Oregon State football team returns to the field in preparation for the upcoming season on Monday, April 1. The 15-practice session culminates with the annual Spring Game Fri., April 26 at Reser Stadium. The Spring Game will be televised live in prime time at 7 p.m. nationally on the Pac-12 Networks.
BEST OF MAXIM
ith the Oregon State men’s basketball team floundering near the .500 mark , I am seeking positive reinforcement. Where do I go to feel good about my sports passion? My enthusiasm has dampened as the dreary NW winter months (otherwise known as basketball season) have grabbed hold of any hope or inspiration I might have had looking toward the NCAA Basketball Tournament. The Beavs...
THIS TIME Oregon State didn't blow a big first half lead. Well, they didn't blow all of it anyway. The Beavs could smile after this one, though, and that was the most important thing of all.
IT’S BEEN A couple years since Oregon State had a headliner starting at running back. Will the 2013 season see a change in that regard? What about the tight ends/h-backs? Insiders Chad Luther and Drew Wilson-McGrath tackle that and more…
THE COUGS LOST by a point to Oregon State the other night and hand-wringing by the faithful was evident throughout cyberspace, with much of the ire aimed at coach Ken Bone. Love Bone or hate him, WSU fans need to come to grips with the broader realities of Cougar basketball that transcend coaches. While sobering, they are realities that serious fans can help influence with their checkbooks.