BeaverBytes - June 11-17

News and notes on Oregon State Beaver football and men's basketball from June 11-17.






  • A Philomath-based foundation (Clemens Foundation) that pays for local high school graduates to attend college won't restore its grants to Oregon State University students, citing philosophical differences with the school...more from the Associated Press.



  • The Benton County District Attorney's office has dropped charges against Star Paddock and Jimtavis Walker for an incident involving a taxi driver.
  • Reggie Tongue said he was only a little surprised that the New York Jets released him on Wednesday, as he was nearing his 10th season as a strong safety in the National Football League...more from the Daily News Miner.



  • The 2004-05 school year has been one of the most impressive in the history of Oregon State athletics. The Beavers won a bowl game during football season, made it to the National Invitation Tournament during the men's basketball season and most recently advanced to baseball's College World Series...more the Statesman Journal.
  • When Doug Nienhuis checked in Monday for the final week of the Seahawks' minicamp, he expected more of the same.

    Or less, in the case of the rookie offensive lineman from Oregon State...more from The Seattle PI.



  • Go Beavs!



  • Go Beavs!

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