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The Baltimore Sun | November 10, 2013
Coppin State beat Oregon State on Sunday, 78-73, in Corvallis, Ore. Sophomore guard Sterling Smith scored 21 points for the Eagles, who led the Beavers, 36-26, at halftime. Freshman forward Arnold Fripp added 17 points and nine rebounds coming off the bench for Coppin State (1-1), which shot 43 percent from the floor and 40 percent from three-point range. Oregon State (0-1) guard Roberto Nelson led all scorers with 36 points.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2013
That 3-0 start the Towson men's basketball team got off to seems like a distant memory now. Wednesday night's 76-67 loss at Oregon State was the third in the last four games for the Tigers (7-5), who trailed by 21 points midway through the second half before keeping the final score respectable. Coach Pat Skerry said he appreciates the effort he has seen from the players but also noted that the team needs to pay more attention to the details that can determine the outcome. “We're not doing the little things for long enough stretches yet,” he said Thursday as the team traveled from Corvallis, Ore., to Fargo, N.D., for Saturday night's game at North Dakota State.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2013
The Maryland men's basketball team will play Oregon State at Comcast Center next season, an athletic department source said Thursday. The Beavers are coached by Craig Robinson, President Barack Obama's brother-in-law. The Pac-12 school played at Towson in November of 2011.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2013
ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands -- Maryland and Morgan State came to this Caribbean destination for the Paradise Jam basketball tournament with different priorities. It's not that the Terps packed only their sneakers and the Bears packed only their snorkels, but the coaches from schools located less than an hour apart made it clear that they do not have the same agenda. Mark Turgeon said after practice in College Park on Tuesday that Maryland (1-2) is treating the three-game, four-day event as a business trip, an opportunity to improve on Sunday's home loss to Oregon State.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2013
Maryland's work-in-progress team took the floor Sunday night in a game that felt important because of a big, energized crowd that came not only for the Terps, but to see President Obama and his family seated behind the visitors' bench. If the Terps were going to make errors -- and they made plenty -- it was going to come in front of the world's most famous basketball fan and an announced crowd of 14,776. Maryland did not seem quite ready for the occasion. The Terps played sloppy defense and missed key foul shots in an 90-83 loss to Oregon State that dropped them to 1-2. Everyone else seemed to be looking at the casually-dressed Obama, his wife Michelle and their two children.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2011
The first five games of Pat Skerry's tenure as Towson's basketball coach have not been easy, punctuated by a string of one-side losses against nationally-ranked and nationally-respected teams. While Saturday's 66-46 loss to Oregon State in the season's home opener might not look much different than the rest, Skerry could take some positives out of his team's performance. Start with, well, the start. The Tigers (0-5) got out quickly by scoring the game's first four points and still led, 18-17, with around seven minutes left in the first half.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2013
Before arriving at Maryland, Mark Turgeon's Texas A&M teams  had been known for defense. In his last season there, the Aggies ranked 19th in the nation in fewest points allowed and went 24-9. "His values are pretty simple," mentor Larry Brown, now the coach at Southern Methodist, said after Turgeon was hired. "You play hard and you guard and you rebound like crazy and take good shots. " Given those values, it's easy to say why Turgeon, now in his third Maryland season, was so frustrated after Sunday night's 90-83 loss to Oregon State.
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May 27, 2008
Mount St. Mary's, which won four straight games out of the loser's bracket to capture the Northeast Conference title and make the 64-team Division I college baseball tournament for the first time, will face host North Carolina, the NCAA runner-up each of the past two seasons, in the opening round beginning Friday. Miami was selected as the top seed yesterday, while two-time defending champion Oregon State was left out of the field. The Hurricanes (47-8), who won the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament for the first time, will host one of 16 four-team, double-elimination regionals that begin Friday.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 18, 2013
I was curious what Maryland coach Mark Turgeon was going to say with a day to reflect on Sunday's 90-83 loss to Oregon State at Comcast Center. Since Turgeon is not scheduled to talk with the media until Tuesday morning, I tuned in his weekly radio show to listen. Here were some of his observations: On his team's 1-2 start "It's not the way we wanted to start the season obviously, but we played a really good UConn team and came up one point short and last night we really didn't play well.
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December 6, 2010
Cam Newton, QB, Auburn Buzz: With the Heisman Trophy his to lose, Newton put on a clinic in the SEC championship game, racking up 407 total yards and six touchdowns in Auburn's 56-17 victory over South Carolina. The victory assures the Tigers of a trip to Glendale, Ariz., and a matchup with Oregon for the BCS title. A finalist for the Davey O'Brien, Maxwell, Manning and Walter Camp awards, Newton could continue to add more hardware to his trophy case in the coming month.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 18, 2013
I was curious what Maryland coach Mark Turgeon was going to say with a day to reflect on Sunday's 90-83 loss to Oregon State at Comcast Center. Since Turgeon is not scheduled to talk with the media until Tuesday morning, I tuned in his weekly radio show to listen. Here were some of his observations: On his team's 1-2 start "It's not the way we wanted to start the season obviously, but we played a really good UConn team and came up one point short and last night we really didn't play well.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2013
Maryland's work-in-progress team took the floor Sunday night in a game that felt important because of a big, energized crowd that came not only for the Terps, but to see President Obama and his family seated behind the visitors' bench. If the Terps were going to make errors -- and they made plenty -- it was going to come in front of the world's most famous basketball fan and an announced crowd of 14,776. Maryland did not seem quite ready for the occasion. The Terps played sloppy defense and missed key foul shots in an 90-83 loss to Oregon State that dropped them to 1-2. Everyone else seemed to be looking at the casually-dressed Obama, his wife Michelle and their two children.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2013
Before arriving at Maryland, Mark Turgeon's Texas A&M teams  had been known for defense. In his last season there, the Aggies ranked 19th in the nation in fewest points allowed and went 24-9. "His values are pretty simple," mentor Larry Brown, now the coach at Southern Methodist, said after Turgeon was hired. "You play hard and you guard and you rebound like crazy and take good shots. " Given those values, it's easy to say why Turgeon, now in his third Maryland season, was so frustrated after Sunday night's 90-83 loss to Oregon State.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Roberto Nelson insists that he isn't losing focus. Oregon State's leading scorer says his concentration is solely on the men's basketball game the Beavers (1-1) will play on Sunday at Maryland (1-1). But, as he prepared for the trip, it would have been hard to blame the senior guard if his mind drifted to the possibility of again meeting President Barack Obama and the first lady, to eating Thanksgiving dinner last season at the White House, to shooting hoops at the president's South Lawn court.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2013
Astute Maryland basketball fans had long known that the Terps might not be the biggest headliners at Sunday's game against Oregon State. Sure enough, Maryland will be overshadowed at the game by President Barack Obama and the First Family. According to the White House, the Obamas plans to attend the Terps-Oregon State game at Comcast Center, which tips off at 6 p.m. Oregon State is coached by Craig Robinson, First Lady Michelle Obama's brother. Because of extra security measures, Maryland is asking fans to arrive early (see more details below)
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2013
The relationship between Maryland coach Mark Turgeon and Dez Wells has always been a little different from most others the Maryland coach has with his players. Turgeon didn't recruit Wells out of high school, but gave him a place to land after Wells was expelled - unjustly, as it turned out - from Xavier after his freshman year. A little more than a year into his career with the Terps, Wells is the most talented athlete on Maryland's young team, but the 6-foot-5 junior is still trying to find himself as a basketball player.
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September 7, 2008
Previously suspended tight end Andrew Quarless was allowed to suit up yesterday for Penn State's game against Oregon State in State College, Pa., after "new information" indicated he was not connected to the marijuana found Tuesday night in the apartment that he and three teammates share, ESPN reported, citing an anonymous source. Maurice Evans and Abe Koroma remain suspended while police decide whether to file charges. University police seized marijuana from an apartment shared by Evans, Koroma, Quarless and cornerback A.J. Wallace, whom coach Joe Paterno said was not involved in the incident and was allowed to play against Oregon State.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 10, 2013
Coppin State beat Oregon State on Sunday, 78-73, in Corvallis, Ore. Sophomore guard Sterling Smith scored 21 points for the Eagles, who led the Beavers, 36-26, at halftime. Freshman forward Arnold Fripp added 17 points and nine rebounds coming off the bench for Coppin State (1-1), which shot 43 percent from the floor and 40 percent from three-point range. Oregon State (0-1) guard Roberto Nelson led all scorers with 36 points.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2013
The Maryland men's basketball team will play Oregon State at Comcast Center next season, an athletic department source said Thursday. The Beavers are coached by Craig Robinson, President Barack Obama's brother-in-law. The Pac-12 school played at Towson in November of 2011.
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