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Reid Scores 20; Oregon State Beats Washington State 55-50

Jarmal Reid came off the bench to score 20 points and lead Oregon State past Washington State 55-50 Thursday night. Malcolm Duvivier added 15 points for the Beavers (15-7, 6-4 Pac-12), who improved to 13-0 at Gill Coliseum this season. Neither team was able to pull away until the Beavers went on an 8-0 run, with Reid's jumper putting Oregon State up 51-44 with 2:27 left. The Cougars (10-12, 4-6) trimmed the lead to four points, but Reid's driving lay-in with 47 seconds left made the score 53-47 and helped seal the win.

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Eastern Washington Ends Drought At Montana

Drew Brandon matched his career high with 27 points and Eastern Washington ended an 11-year, 12-game losing streak at Montana on Thursday, 75-69 despite playing without Tyler Harvey, the nation's leading scorer. Even without Harvey, who averages 23.4 points but didn't make the trip after being injured last Saturday, the Eagles (17-5, 8-1 Big Sky) shot 51 percent, including 11 of 24 on 3-pointers. Felix Von Hofe, starting for Harvey, had 12 points as did forward Venky Jois, who had nine rebounds and matched his career high with seven assists. EWU's last win in Missoula was Feb. 7, 2004.

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Seattle's Thomas Has Torn Labrum, Will Need Surgery

Seattle Seahawks All-Pro free safety Earl Thomas played the Super Bowl with a torn labrum in his left shoulder and will need offseason surgery to repair the injury. David Mulugheta, Thomas' agent, confirmed the injury and need for surgery in an email to The Associated Press on Thursday. ESPN first reported Thomas needing surgery. Thomas suffered a dislocated shoulder in the first half of the NFC championship game. He returned to play the second half and played in last Sunday's Super Bowl against New England wearing a brace to protect the shoulder. Thomas was in for every defensive play of the 28-24 loss. On Monday, Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Thomas might need surgery. SEATTLE (AP) – February 6, 2015

Seahawk Briefs – Feb. 5 2014

seahawksSherman, Girlfriend Welcome Baby  - Just as Richard Sherman predicted, his new son was a disciplined young man. Sherman's girlfriend, Ashley Moss, gave birth to the couple's first child Thursday morning, four days after the Super Bowl. Sherman tweeted about the birth around 4 a.m. PST: "My son sure does know how to make an entrance!

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Washington State Signs 23 Players, Focusing On Lines And DBs

Washington State coach Mike Leach signed a quarterback and three wide receivers for his Air Raid offense on Wednesday, but wanted to highlight some other players in his latest recruiting class. Leach says he believes this class is strong in the offensive and defensive lines and the defensive backs. Of the 23 players signed by Leach, 17 were from California, two from American Samoa, and one each from Washington, Arizona, Maryland and Utah.

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