Posted November 29, 2012 on
CORVALLIS - Saturday marks the last regular season game for the 2012 Oregon State Beavers and it’s time to look at the bottom line – the win-loss record. The Beavers on Saturday after the Nicholls State game will, unless disaster strikes, go from a 3-9 mark last season to a 9-3 record in 2012. So how in the heck did they affect such a striking turnaround?
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Oregon State finally gets to play its opener.
The No. 16 Beavers will host Nicholls State on Saturday. The game was supposed to be played on Sept. 1, but it was postponed when Hurricane Isaac bore down on the Colonels' Thibodeaux, La., campus. Officials for both schools decided it would be best to reschedule the game out of concern for the athletes impacted by the storm.
Meet Matthew Hamilton. He owns a sweet black eye after nearly plunging his truck onto a suburban Portland, Oregon highway after getting drunk while watching Saturday’s Oregon-Oregon State game at a friends house. How drunk was Hamilton when they pulled him from his ride?
Only 6-times the legal limit.
According to NWCN:
The driver who crashed into the railing on the Southwest Denney...
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The Oregon State Beavers should beat the Nicholls State Colonels on Saturday. It’s as close to a guaranteed win as you can get in college football. The Colonels have won just one of their ten games while playing in the Southland conference of the NCAA’s football championship subdivision (formerly Division 1A.) Nicholls state is scoring just over 19 points per game while allowing...
WHILE MOST EVERYONE ELSE has finished their college football season, Oregon State still has one game to go. Nicholls State isn’t expect to seriously challenge Oregon State (in order to cover every base, neither was Sac State in the 2011 opener. If the Beavs move to 9-3, which bowl will they be headed to?
EVERY TIME YOU thought No. 10 Kansas would pull away, the Beavers fought back. In the end, though, Oregon State couldn't stop the Jayhawks in the paint, falling 84-78.
Visalia (Calif.) College of the Sequoias defensive back Steven Nelson attended the USC- Notre Dame game over the weekend and the Trojans could become a factor in this one.