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5 Things To Do To Alleviate Boredom

Great tips for reducing the "ho hum's" no matter where you live.

(SALEM, Ore.) - read books With or without a pandemic, we all get bored at some point- but what is there to do? You may have exhausted your own ideas, so here are a few suggestions to help quell your boredom next time you’re feeling a little restless.

Starting something new or returning to an activity you once enjoyed will help redirect you, and bring you new fulfillment.

Read Full Article (Nov-18-2021 11:01)

Coach Berg Welcomes Six Signees to Oregon State Softball

Oregon State Athletics strives to Build Excellent Authentic Visionary Student-Athletes

(CORVALLIS, Ore.) - OSU softball Oregon State head softball coach Laura Berg has announced a six-player signing class have signed their National Letters of Intent.

Jenna Birch, Madyson Clark, Kaiea Higa, Morgan Howey, Shaylen McDowell and Sydney Saenz are an exciting, very competitive set of athletes.

Read Full Article (Oct-21-2021 21:11)

Timbers on Course for MLS Playoff Slot

For now, there is a postseason campaign to look forward to.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Portland Timbers The 2021 MLS season is starting to reach its conclusion and the good news for Portland Timbers fans is that their team is still in the mix.

After 29 games of the regular season, Giovanni Savarese’s men found themselves in fourth place in the Western Conference and, if it stays that way, the Timbers would be heading for the playoffs.

Read Full Article (Sep-09-2021 21:50)

Magnificent Miguel: MLB Baseball News

Looking at how Miguel Cabrera became a member of the 500 club in MLB

(SALEM, Ore.) - MLB baseball Miguel Cabrera is the 28th player in MLB history to hit 500 home runs. He'll certainly become the seventh Major Leaguer with 500 career home runs and 3,000 hits, either late this season or early next.

Whether you bet on basketball, baseball or football, he’s a sportsman to keep an eye on.

Read Full Article (Jul-26-2021 14:38)

Oregon Ducks Odds to Win the National Title in 2022

The Ducks should have a major Bowl game in their future...

(SALEM, Ore.) - U of O ducks football We are just a little over a month away from the 2021-2022 college football season. The Pac-12 is going to be filled with tough competition again this season, and the conference is wide open for any team to take.

The University of Oregon Ducks are one of the college football programs that is looking to capitalize on a strong season next year.

Read Full Article (Jun-03-2021 15:20)

Oregon Senate Stands Up for College Athletes

Oregon may join several other states in allowing college athletes to earn compensation beginning July 1, 2021.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon sports Today, the Oregon Senate passed Senate Bill 5, which would allow college athletes at Oregon’s public and private universities to receive compensation for use of their name, image, and likeness.

The bill was crafted with input from Oregon college athletes and universities.

Read Full Article (Feb-07-2021 13:30)

Oregonians Legally Wager on Favorite Sports

Online betting provides a fun & secure way to try your luck without leaving home

(SALEM, Ore.) - online winners Many people are wary of the mere thought of sports betting online. Is it legal? Well the details depend on where you live in the United States, but the simple answer may be: Yes.

If you are from Oregon, yours is one of the growing list of states with legal online sports betting and retail sportsbooks at tribal casinos.

Read Full Article (Jan-30-2021 18:56)

Timbers Closing in on Mora

Portland are keen to have Mora in their ranks on a permanent basis

(SALEM, Ore.) - Timbers March sees the return of MLS soccer and, after an unplanned break to the fixtures in 2020, clubs will be hoping that the schedule runs without interruption this year.

Franchises are already planning for the new campaign and one side looking to carry on with sound early business is Portland Timbers.

Read Full Article (Aug-03-2020 00:49)

Major League Baseball Opened Too Soon

It is clear that the MLB cannot keep its players safe.

(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) - Yoenis Céspedes It is time to pull the plug on Major League Baseball. From the beginning, I suspected from the beginning that the reopening of the pandemic-shortened Major League Baseball season would be short-lived.

Given the raging pandemic, MLB was unwise to reopen in the first place.

Read Full Article (Jun-16-2020 20:52)

Sports Betting: Up to COVID-19 and Beyond

Sports betting has been on the rise for the last two decades. It was at its peak as the pandemic hit. How has it been impacted and what’s the future?

(SALEM, Ore.) - sports betting You can imagine the overwhelming challenge faced by betting sites that rely on the action of live sport to flourish.

One minute you are part of a sector that is peaking in popularity, with billions spent each year. Then, sports are shut down because of a pandemic and the foundation of your business is swiped out from under you.

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