Gill Coliseum saw a game for the ages on Wednesday night, as postseason basketball returned to the city of Corvallis for the first time since a loudmouthed kid named Gary Payton donned the orange and black. There was a rollicking, deafening (announced) crowd of 6,394 Beaver faithful in the stands. There was a titanic comeback from 18 points down in the second half, to send the game into overtime.
March 21, 2005
As Mike Parker pointed out in the post-game show on Sunday night, the number "90" has been good to Oregon State at Gill Coliseum in the past few years. When the Wildcats of Arizona came to town, they left miserable with a 90-84 loss hanging around their necks. When the Ducks from down the road visited Ralph Miller Court later that year, they also were vanquished, this time by the score of 90-81.
February 13, 2005
Saturday's game between the Beavers and the Trojans was a microcosm of the entire season -- filled with peaks and valleys. <br><br> The Beavers went into halftime down 34-19 after hitting just 7-of-30 from the floor for a field goal percentage of 23.3-percent. But the men in black battled back in the second half to make the contest close.
March 8, 2004
The crowd was electric all night long. When the game was over, the OSU players jumped up and down with their orange clad fans in the center of Ralph Miller Court as the ecstatic throng celebrated their 90-84 upset triumph over the number 14 Arizona Wildcats. It was time to party in Corvallis.
February 22, 2004
Oregon State held off a furious second half rally to beat the Arizona State Sun Devils 68-61 to climb to 4-9 in the Pac-10. The game puts the Beavers a half game out of the eighth spot in the conference after USC and Washington State both lost their games tonight to drop to 5-9.
February 20, 2004