- Steven Jackson will appear on the NFL Network at 5 p.m. PST Fri., Feb. 27.
He will be interviewed by the Network's Rich Eisen.
- Oregon State running back Steven Jackson has a "GQ" body, "Sports
Illustrated" talent and a torn meniscus. -- Fort
Worth Mercury News
- The Cowboys along with the Bears, Patriots, Steelers, and a host of other
teams are interested in Jackson's services.
- Oregon State's pro days are set for March 4 and March 11. The players
work out individually for scouts around the league.
- Tim Euhus' combine stats can be viewed here.
- Center Derek Potter will miss the rest of the season due to a sprained left
- Junior forward David Lucas was named Pac-10 Player of the Week after leading
the Beavers to victories over Arizona and Arizona State, which kept them in
the race for a berth in the Pac-10 tournament. Lucas shot 57 percent from
the field and averaged 21 points and 10.5 rebounds in the games.
- The men's and women's basketball teams are interested in getting a Pape'
Jam type event started in Portland. The event would allow people who
live in Portland a chance to see the team, as well as recruits from the local
- The Gill Annex is all ready to go. University officials are just awaiting
on a final agreement with Gary Payton.
- For only $95, fans receive a one night hotel stay at the new Hilton Garden Inn (easy walking distance to Gill Coliseum) anytime from March 4-6 and receive two basketball tickets. The men's basketball team will face UCLA at 7:30 p.m. on Thurs., March 4th and USC on Sat., March 6th at 5 p.m. Fans interested in taking advantage of this special offer can call the Hilton Garden Inn at 541-752-5000.
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