Extra-Extra Read All About It, OSU links 4/23

Extra-Extra Read All About It, OSU links 4/23

FROM UNA SMILEY's journey and progress through this spring to the prospects of the new starting linebackers at Oregon State and beyond, a collection of recent black and orange hued stories and links.

Whenever Una Smiley hears loud bangs or sees gold Pathfinders, it takes his mind back to the worst night of his life.
Grateful to still be playing

Bryant Cornell waited four years for a chance to start at middle linebacker at Oregon State. ..."I kind of laugh when people say they're worried about the linebackers," Cornell said. "We had three great linebackers the last two years. But behind those great ones, there are some good ones coming up."
They've waited for their chance

Oregon State has turned to Craig Robinson to rebuild its beleaguered men's basketball program, which has enjoyed just one winning season, and played in just one postseason game, since winning the Pacific-10 Conference championship in 1990.
Getting to know new coach Craig Robinson

Like some training camp invitee put on waivers, the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is quietly packing up its belongings, getting ready to turn out the lights and shuffle out its doors on Southwest Third Avenue and Salmon Street for good.
Museum hunts for new home

Oregon State OG Roy Schuening is everything you want in an offensive guard: tough, hardworking, dependable and consistent. He started every game in his career in Corvallis — 50 consecutive — and is rated as one of the best power players in this draft class.
Q&A with Oregon State OG Roy Schuening

Tim Euhus is adjusting to coaching as he works with the tight ends at Oregon State and then works out for a potential shot at an NFL contract as a free agent. The former Churchill High School and OSU star will know more about his future after this weekend's NFL draft.
Working while he waits

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