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Large gatherings at sports and other events in Oregon should either be canceled or significantly modified through September because of the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Kate Brown announced Thursday.
- Oregon: No large gatherings through September
- Source: Oregon State's Smith gets 6-year deal
- Ga. Southern's Wilson among comeback winners
- No playoff 'harmful' to Pac-12, commish says
College football coaches are relying on Zoom, old-school workouts and, in some cases, having backyard rodeos while adjusting to a spring upended by the coronavirus.
Here are the games that entertained us, defined the national title race and gave us classic finishes we won't soon forget.
The season just ended, but we're already picking the best of the best for 2020, including Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence and LSU receiver Ja'Marr Chase.
From LSU vs. Clemson to Mary Hardin-Baylor vs. Hardin-Simmons, this is the first installment of the games that captivated and confounded in 2019.
Oregon State coach Jonathan Smith, who guided the Beavers to four Pac-12 wins this season after the team had just two victories in 2018, has a new deal through the 2025 season, a source told ESPN.
Georgia Southern lineman Drew Wilson, who regained his starting job after missing all last season recovering from a detached retina that left him legally blind, was among three honorees to win the Mayo Clinic Comeback Players of the Year.
This Just In
Three-star CB Rejzohn Wright (No. 27 in ESPN JC50; Union City, Calif./Laney College) has verbally committed to Oregon State.
A Pac-12 team has made the College Football Playoff just twice in six seasons and none of the past three, a situation that commissioner Larry Scott referred to as "painful."
Justin Herbert threw for 174 yards and a touchdown in his final game at Autzen Stadium and No. 14 Oregon held off Oregon State 24-10 on Saturday in the 123rd Civil War rivalry game.
From the Apple Cup to Bedlam to the Iron Bowl: what to know about every grudge match, how to watch them, and why this year's matchup matters.
Anthony Gordon led Washington State on a 10-play, 58-yard touchdown drive with 1:10 left in the fourth quarter to give the Cougars a 54-53 victory over Oregon State Saturday night.