After another disappointing season, Craig Robinson’s seat is as hot as it’s ever been. Robinson sat down with our Stephen Nelson for a one-on-one conversation to discuss the past, present and future of the program. Robinson touches on his job status, the criticism, the President and the program’s current relationship with “Beaver Nation.”
CORVALLIS, Ore.– After an historic season, Oregon State women’s basketball coach Scott Rueck sits down for a one-on-one conversation with our Stephen Nelson. Rueck discusses the team’s run to OSU’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1996, and also looks toward the future for the Beavers.
EUGENE — The 2nd annual Sunday Sports Extra Oscars were given out on Sunday night. Oregon State wide receiver Brandin Cooks was the only multiple winner, bringing home the awards for Best Screenplay and Best Male Actor (Best Male Athlete). Cooks, who also won in 2013 for Best Screenplay, now has three SSE Oscars in … Continue reading »
New Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum sits down for a one-on-one conversation with KEZI 9 News Sports Director Jake Zivin to discuss his new role. How different will the Ducks look under Pellum than they did under Nick Aliotti? What do backpacks have to do with Pellum’s philosophy? The longtime Oregon assistant discusses those things … Continue reading »
National Signing Day is just a few days away. Recruiting expert Matt Prehm of DuckTerritory.com and the 247 Sports Network joins Jake Zivin in studio to discuss some potential future Ducks in the class of 2014 and perhaps a signing day surprise.
After Oregon State’s 80-72 win over Oregon in the 340th Civil War, Beavers head coach Craig Robinson goes one-on-one with our Stephen Nelson for Sunday Sports Extra. Robinson discusses OSU’s win, his vets stepping up, and more.
BERKELEY, Calif.– Oregon State won its sixth straight and became bowl eligible thanks in large part to the continued dominance of wide receiver Brandin Cooks. The Northern California native put on a show in front of 30-50 family and friends. Stephen Nelson wraps up our coverage from Cal with the “Cookie Monster.”
SALT LAKE CITY — Sean Mannion saved his best plays for the moments when Oregon State faced the most pressure. Mannion converted two crucial fourth downs in the fourth quarter and then threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Brandin Cooks in overtime to push the Beavers past Utah 51-48 Saturday night. Mannion completed 27 of … Continue reading »
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.– Oregon true freshman running back Thomas Tyner made his highly anticipated Duck debut against Virginia. Our Erik Elken reports on Tyner’s performance from Charlottesville.