One thing is certain — Gill Coliseum will be loud beginning around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.That’s because Scott Rueck expects up to possibly 7,000 or so people to be in attendance when his No. 17 Oregon State women’s basketball team takes on Savannah State.Wednesday’s late-morning (11 a.m.) tipoff is the annual Beavers Beyond the Classroom game with elementary and middle school students from the mid-valley on hand.
San Jose State likes to get up and down the floor and shoot as quickly as possible.That was just fine with Oregon State.The No. 19 Beavers put on yet another shooting clinic and ran away with a 110-62 nonconference women’s basketball victory over the Spartans on Sunday before a Gill Coliseum crowd of 3,198. “San Jose State’s a challenging team to play against,” coach Scott Rueck said.
The last time the Oregon State women’s basketball team walked off the Gill Coliseum floor was three weeks ago when the Beavers dropped a tough 72-67 decision to then-No. 6 Notre Dame.The Beavers have gone 3-1 since, rolling to lopsided wins while dropping a road contest at then-No. 16 Duke (72-65).No. 19 Oregon State returns home on Sunday for the first of its last four games before opening Pac-12 play with a 2 p.m. tip against San Jose State.
Pretty stunned (although I probably shouldn't be) that the @NFL is not suspending Seattle's Michael Bennett for his actions on Sunday. I have no clue what the policy is for discipling players. It's really a joke. The whole player safety thing is a joke. Epic fail NFL.
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