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Beavers, Cougars Set For Rematch Thursday In Pullman

Mar 1, 2022

THE GAME: Oregon State and Washington State will play each other for the second time in four days, this time at 8 p.m. on Thursday at Beasley Coliseum in Pullman.
TELEVISION: The game will be televised on FS1 with JB Long and Steve Lavin calling the action.
RADIO: The game will air live on Beaver Sports Radio Network with Mike Parker calling the action. It can also be heard online at this link.
LIVE STATS: There will be live stats at this link.
QUICKLY: Oregon State has scored 90-plus points in two of its last three games but lost both in overtime ... The Beavers are 2-3 this season when scoring 80-plus points; they were 28-1 the previous four seasons when scoring 80-plus points ... Roman Silva scored a career-high 21 points and went 7-for-7 from the free throw line in the last game against Washington State ... Jarod Lucas moved into eighth on Oregon State's career 3-pointers list with 169; next up is Gary Payton (178) ... Dashawn Davis leads the Pac-12 in assists at 5.48 per game; the last Oregon State player to lead the conference in assists was Gary Payton in 1989-90 ... Glenn Taylor Jr. has gone 17-for-19 from the free throw line over the last four games ... Maurice Calloo has gone 9-for-14 from beyond the arc over the last three games ... The Beavers have had eight scholarship players available the last three games; Rodrigue Andela (foot), Isaiah Johnson (concussion), Xzavier Malone-Key (back) and Tre' Williams (knees) have all been out with injuries.
vs. WASHINGTON STATE: Oregon State and Washington State are meeting for the 303rd time with the Beavers holding a 175-127 advantage. The Cougars have an 88-60 edge in games played in Pullman and Spokane.
The Cougars won the first meeting this season, 103-97, in overtime this past Monday at Gill Coliseum. Roman Silva scored a career-high 21 points and Dashawn Davis had his first career double-double with 13 points and 11 assists.
LAST SEASON: The 2020-21 season was highlighted by one of the greatest runs in program history:

  • Won nine straight road and neutral-site games that included the first Pac-12 Conference Tournament championship in program history.
  • Won an NCAA Tournament game and advanced to the Elite Eight for the first time since 1982.
  • Won three games in the NCAA Tournament, tying the 1963 Final Four team for the most tournament wins in program history.
  • Ranked No. 20 in the final coaches poll; it's the first time the Beavers have been ranked in any poll since March 13, 1990.
  • Defeated five Top 25 teams, the most in a season since the 1975-76 team also won five against ranked opponents.
  • Beat a Top 25 team on the road for the first time since 1985 (at No. 21 Oregon).
  • Defeated four Top 25 teams at a neutral site; the last time Oregon State beat a ranked opponent at a neutral site came in 1992 (vs. No. 25 BYU in Portland).

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