Some quick links from around the web to keep you updated on all the news surrounding Oregon State today...
- Portland, Eugene both submitting bids to host NCAA Tournament games between 2019 and 2022 (OregonLive)
It looks like Oregon State and Oregon are working to try and bring the NCAA Tournament to the Beaver State, with both schools submitting bids to host games between 2019 and 2022.
AD Todd Stansbury spoke at the Corvallis Country Club to business owners about how it’s the long-term impact of what Oregon State student-athletes can contribute to their societies that make all the difference and how it’s become one of the goals of the athletic department to produce those marketable individuals.
Former Oregon State star Angus Brandt was listed as one of the expected breakout players in the Australia NBL this season, where the big man plays for the Perth Wildcats.
Gary Payton II: "People still see what you can do." The undrafted rook talks NBA transition, off-court ideas & more. pic.twitter.com/9yGMEfsuPN— NBPA (@TheNBPA) August 10, 2016
The rookie member of the Houston Rockets looks to have moved on from his injury-shortened summer league and is focused on remaining on the team’s roster now.
Not an Oregon State news story but definitely one that is near and dear to many sports fan within the state is this moving story written by former Portland Trailblazer Brian Grant about his diagnosis of Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease and how he keeps his fight alive today.