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Topic - Mike Riley
When New Orleans Saints scouts interviewed college defensive backs in advance of the draft, they'd always be sure to ask which receivers they found toughest to cover.
Connecticut truckers called on state legislators Monday to create a new sales tax exemption for repairs to vehicles damaged by chemicals that the Department of Transportation uses to clear highways of ice and snow.
Former NFL assistant coach John Garrett has been named offensive coordinator of the Oregon State Beavers.
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Lawyers for the lead defendants in a racketeering and financial fraud trial told jurors Wednesday that their clients are not mobsters but legitimate up-by-the-bootstraps businessmen being targeted wrongfully by prosecutors who want to spice up a case with Mafia connections.
An Oregon State defensive tackle who collapsed during a pick-up basketball game and died was stricken so suddenly that even if emergency personnel had been on the scene, they likely could not have saved him, a state police spokesman said.
As far as Wisconsin's players are concerned, a Pac-12 opponent is automatically dangerous _ even if the team in question, Oregon State, is coming off a head-scratching loss, unsettled at quarterback and might be missing its new star running back.
Coach Mike Riley and his No. 24 Oregon State players would like nothing better than to squeeze in a preseason tune-up before taking on No. 6 TCU Saturday night in Texas.
Mike Riley knows a little something about comebacks. It's little wonder his team does as well.
"We were thinking he would not be eligible for the year and were preparing for him for the following season," Beavers coach Mike Riley said. "This is good news. It gives us one more guy in the mix immediately."
"It initially gave us our only way to find big plays," Riley said. "We used to be a big down-the-field passing team in the old days. We found it a little hard to do that, so we've found some other stuff with using players that gave us big plays. We've actually come back and thrown the ball better down the field. Maybe we're finding what we really want to be pretty late."