Huskies Have Concerns To Address As They Prep For No.7 Beavers

By Jim McCoy Tue 23rd October Sportscollege footballOregon State Beavers
Washington's three-game losing streak is enough of a concern for Steve Sarkisian that with a home game against No. 7 Oregon State this week, correcting the Huskies' road woes can take a backseat. But the reality is that very soon, Washington will need to correct its trend of being uncompetitive away from home or its goal of reaching a bowl game for a third straight season will disappear.Read More »

Earnhardt Cleared By Doctors To Race Again

By Jim McCoy Tue 23rd October SportsDale Earnhardt Jr.NASCAR
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been cleared to race this Sunday at Martinsville Speedway. Earnhardt missed two races because of two concussions suffered in a six-week span. He was cleared Tuesday to resume racing by neurosurgeon Dr. Jerry Petty. The visit to Petty came a day after Earnhardt tested a car at Gresham Speedway in Georgia to see how he felt behind the wheel.Read More »

Crosstown Rivalry Highlights Busy Prep Football Schedule

By Jim McCoy Fri 19th October Sportshigh school football
Spiegelberg Stadium will be a busy place tonight as the South Medford Panthers and the North Medford Black Tornado renew their crosstown rivalry. Throw the records out the window, both will highly motivated and ready, as South Medford looks to solidify their playoff position and North Medford looks to make another positive statement for their rebuilding program.Read More »

As Ducks, Sun Devils Prepare To Meet ASU Landmark Falls Victim to Prank

An overnight prank has forced an Arizona State University landmark to go green. The Arizona Republic reports the giant A on "A" Mountain in Tempe near Sun Devil Stadium was painted green sometime early Thursday morning. Students attribute the prank to University of Oregon fans.Read More »

Tebow May See Time at RB Coach Says

By Jim McCoy Thu 18th October SportsNew York JetsNFLTim Tebow
Rex Ryan says it's "a possibility" do-it-all backup quarterback Tim Tebow could see time at running back for the New York Jets on Sunday against the New England Patriots. The Jets are a bit short-handed at the position with backups Joe McKnight (sprained left ankle) and Bilal Powell (separated right shoulder) likely out for the game.Read More »

Ducks-'Devils Game Promises To Deliver Entertaining Football

By Jim McCoy Wed 17th October Sportscollege footballOregon Ducks
Second-ranked Oregon has raced through the first six games without hitting much of a speed bump. Arizona State has exceeded most expectations in its first season under coach Todd Graham. The two Pac-12 division leaders get a chance to see just how good they are Thursday night in what should be an offensive showcase at Sun Devil Stadium. Oregon has been nearly unstoppablRead More »

An Oregon High School Football Game Racks Up A Combined 172 Points!

By Jim McCoy Wed 17th October Sportshigh school footballTriad Timber Wolves
66 points? In a football game? Would you believe the opposition scored 106? That’s what happened in a 1A 8-man game between Triad of Klamath Falls and Elkton. Granted, it is 8-man football, where a couple of broken tackles is almost certain to result in a score. Still, in the annals of football- 8-man or not- it's pretty impressive.Read More »

NHL Puts New Offer Before Players

By Jim McCoy Tue 16th October Sportshockey lockoutNHL
The NHL has made a new offer to the players' association that proposes a 50-50 split of hockey-related revenue and a full 82-game season starting Nov.Read More »

Major League Baseball Preview

By Jim McCoy Mon 15th October SportsMajor League Baseballplayoff preview
The San Francisco Giants have to figure out a way to win on their own field if they want to play in the World Series. The NL West champions dropped a 6-4 decision to the St. Louis Cardinals in last night's NLCS opener and are now 0-3 at home this postseason. The Giants also have to find a way to cool off Carlos Beltran, who belted his third home run of the playoffs in Game 1.Read More »

Unlikely Stars Shine In Baseball Postseason

By Jim McCoy Thu 11th October SportsMajor League Baseball
Quintin Berry lifted the Detroit Tigers with his speed. Miguel Gonzalez pitched a gem for the Baltimore Orioles. The Oakland Athletics used a reliever who was once a first baseman. The St. Louis Cardinals got a boost from a couple unheralded middle infielders. Throughout the first week of the postseason, unknowns and journeymen have enjoyed moments in the spotlight.Read More »


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