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HOOPS: Beavs, Deane cool down the stretch

OMARI JOHNSON

MAYBE THIS PRINCETON offense variation won't take as long as once thought, after all. The Beavers have a long ways to go, to be sure. on both offense and their zone style of D. But victories like the one on Saturday, over a Nebraska team that was 6-1 coming in, certainly bode well. And it's nice to have a big man in forward Daniel Deane who nails his free throws down the stretch, too.

Daniel Deane was 4-for-4 from the line in the closing moments to give Oregon State the 64-63 win over Nebraska. The Beavs didn't shoot lights out, they were 18-46 from the field. But they had three players in double figures and two...

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