Found November 08, 2011 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
Looking for Pac 12 Football news? Matt Martz our man with his pulse on the Oregon sports beat is back with another edition of the Oregon State Beavers Notebook. Players injured from the Stanford game should return to practice this week, Markus Wheaton, cornerback Jordan Poyer, fullback Clayton York, safety Lance Mitchell.

Oregon State’s Beautiful Beavers Calendar Makes Us Say Hot Dam!

We received a tip from one of the masterminds behind the Women of OSU Calendar alerting us to the beautiful Beavers featured within its pages. This is the "first ever swimsuit calendar featuring 12... [[ Read More ]]

The Oregon State Beavers Cheerleaders…Yes, That Name

Here’s something I just have to bring up.   Not that it’s such a crazy issue but I find it funny how some people make a big deal out of specific sports team names that might sound offensive.   People will always mention the Redskins and yeah I can certainly see where they’re coming from.  Then you’ve got people who hate the Tomahawk chop in Atlanta.  Again, understandable...

Ref Gets Steamrolled During Stanford v. Oregon State Game

The side judge was actually pretty banged up from this hit. Guy throws a flag and then gets steamrolled. I really have to give the ref a poor grade for elusiveness. I feel like he could have side-stepped this hit.  Ironically, Stanford steamrolled Oregon State in this game too.

M. Soccer. No. #19/20 UW Hosts Beavers For Regular Season Finale

After a bye week last week, the Dawgs host the Oregon State Beavers in the regular season finale.

W. Volleyball. No. 4 USC Travels To Oregon State, No. 20 Oregon

LOS ANGELES -- The No. 4 USC women's volleyball team (20-4, 15-2) continues Pac-12 Conference play with road matches on Friday (November 11) at Oregon State (14-12, 6-10) at 7 p.m. and Saturday (November 12) at No. 20 Oregon (17-7, 10-8) at 8:30 p.m. With five conference matches remaining, the Women of Troy are in a tie with UCLA for first place in the Pac-12 standings.

A loss, tinged in yellow

THE OFFICIALS WEREN’T the reason Oregon State lost Saturday. Stanford was the better, more polished team. Period. And they clearly outplayed OSU and earned the win. But two dubious officials’ calls helped author the game’s storyline. The first resulted in a 14-point swing, taking a TD off the board for the Beavs. The second was the catalyst that propelled Stanford to effectively...

NCAAF Matchup - Golden Bears Beavers Odds Preview

Nov 12, 6:30 PM | Grass of AT&T Park Oregon State Beavers vs California Golden Bears Odds 2-7TEAM RECORD5-4 California will look to improve on its 5-4 record this week when they host Oregon State in Week 11 action at AT&T Park on Saturday. They bring a 5-4 record (4-5 ATS) to the Week 11 battle against the 2-7 Beavers, who are 3-6 ATS against the spread. Over under...

Cal football: Oregon State has owned Bears seniors

Class has never had a win over the Beavers

Football. Cal Hosts Oregon State in Home Finale Saturday

Cal will play its final home game of the 2011 season when the Golden Bears host Oregon State at AT&T Park today. Cal, who will play its final two contests of the campaign at Stanford and Arizona State, is 5-4 overall and 2-4 in the Pac-12.

Cal football notebook: Bears might be limited by injury at linebacker

McCain, Wilkerson might not play vs. Oregon State

Football. UW-OSU Game Will Kick At 12:30; Air On ROOT Sports

Washington's Nov. 19 football game at Oregon State will kick off at 12:30 p.m. and will air live on ROOT Sports television, OSU and ROOT Sports announced today.
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