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  • December 15, 2017 11:33 PM GMT

    RENO, Nev. -- Cameron Oliver scored 24 points on 9 of 12 shooting as Nevada cruised to an 83-58 victory against Oregon State on Friday night.Nevada (2-1) took a 48-25 advantage into halftime and never trailed.It was sweet, man. It was sweet, said Oliver, a sophomore who originally signed with Oregon State before starting his collegiate career to Nevada last year. Playing against Oregon State, Ill always have a chip on my shoulder. Every time I play them, I really want to show them that aggression.Oliver left Oregon State after former head coach Craig Robinson was fired in 2014. Oliver said Friday the coaching change led to him leaving the program and coming to Nevada.I think he was focused tonight and he took really good shots and he got into a rhythm and they had absolutely no answer for him at all, Nevada head coach Eric Musselman said.Oliver added seven rebounds.Nevada shot 48 percent from the field. Oregon State (2-2) shot 46 percent.Tres Tinkle led Oregon State (2-2) with 16 points on 7 of 16 shooting. Beaver forward Gligorije Rakocevic scored 10 points with seven rebounds.Were young, Oregon State head coach Wayne Tinkle. We have to understand our scouting report and execution. Those are things we got to get better at. Weve got a lot of guys that havent played any college basketball. We have one senior. But thats really no excuse.Nevada outrebounded Oregon State, 37-32. Wolf Pack forward Jordan Caroline led all players with 12 rebounds.Nevada guard D.J. Fenner added 17 points.The Wolf Pack jumped out to a 10-4 lead before the first timeout and stretched its lead to 22-10 with 10:32 in the first half when guard Marcus Marshall found Oliver racing toward the basket on a fast break, which he finished with one of his several dunks.On Nevadas final possession of the first half with seven seconds on the clock, Marshall dribbled off the inbound, stopped about eight feet behind the three-point line and converted on yet another Nevada field goal as the first half ended.After entering the break down 23 points, Oregon State failed to cut the deficit under 21 points in the second half.I thought our intensity from the opening tip was really, really good, Musselman said.BIG PICTUREOregon State: After turning the ball over 27 times in a 63-60 upset loss at home against Lamar, Oregon States struggles continued at Nevada. The Beavers will look to bounce back Tuesday at Tulsa.Nevada: Nevada won one of its most high-profiled out of conference home games of the season and looks to continue that momentum as one of eight teams in the Great Alaska Shootout beginning Sunday with a tournament home game against Iona.UP NEXTOregon State goes to Tulsa for a game Tuesday.Nevada stays at home to face Iona on Sunday night. New Balance 999 Italia . Newcastle dominated in the early stages but City weathered the storm and then raised its game in extra time. Negredo broke the deadlock from close range after a simple move in the 99th minute before Dzeko took the ball round goalkeeper Tim Krul to seal the victory in the 105th. http://www.nbalancescarpe.it/new-balance-996-revlite/new-balance-996-uomo-prezzo.html .J. -- Marty Brodeur beat the Pittsburgh Penguins yet again. http://www.nbalancescarpe.it/new-balance-999-shop-online.html . Team physician Dr. Steve Traina performed the surgery Friday. 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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Just over a week after whipping NHL-leading Montreal 10-1, Columbus had its fans chanting We want 10! late in the second period Saturday night during another blowout.This one wasnt so satisfactory to coach John Tortorella, though.Sam Gagner scored twice, Nick Foligno got a goal and two assists and 13 Blue Jackets had at least a point, helping Columbus rout the St. Louis Blues 8-4.The Jackets demanding coach wasnt as enthused as the home crowd, instead calling out his teams defensive and physical mistakes.We shot the puck and it went in the net, Tortorella said. Its not going to happen that way that often. We need to understand how were playing, not what the score is. As far as the checking part of the game, as far as our sticks. A lot of the little things in the game. Were going to continue to work at that.Alexander Wennberg, Brandon Dubinsky, Markus Nutivaara, William Karlsson and Zach Werenski also scored for Columbus.The Blue Jackets rebounded from a tough loss Thursday night in Boston and have points in six of their last seven games (5-1-1), winning four straight at home. Cam Atkinson added a career-high four assists, and Brandon Saad, Scott Hartnell, Lukas Sedlak and Boone Jenner each had two.Foligno agreed with his coachs assessment, even after thumping a St. Louis team that played in the Western Conference finals last season.I still think weve got a lot to improve on in our game, he said. I didnt like some of our decisions. Its hard sometimes when you get up that fast. But Im not going to take anything away from the win. Its a big win at home.Sergei Bobrovksy, pulled in the first period against the Bruins, stopped 33 shots for the Jackets.Robby Fabbri scored twice and Vladimir Tarasenko and Kevin Shattenkirk also scored for St. Louis, which has lost three straight and five of seven.I think were in a spot right now where were a little dazed by the situation, Shattenkirk said. You look bacck at the last five or six years, we havent really had a run like this at all.dddddddddddd Its new to us and we have to grow out of it. Its not fun. Its frustrating for everyone.Jake Allen stopped eight of 12 shots and was pulled early in the second period. Carter Hutton finished with 14 saves.St. Louis dormant offense finally showed up, but its goaltending was a no show. Tarasenko and David Perron had three assists, but the Blues lost their fourth consecutive on the road by a combined score of 22-7. All St. Louis goals came on the power play.Were not competing at the puck near hard enough and were not firm with it, St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock said. Thats a bad recipe. It doesnt matter what you do in the offensive zone if youre going to get beat one on one in your own zone.The Blue Jackets led 3-1 after the first period and 7-2 heading into the third.Gagner started it at 2:34 of the first, turning from behind the net and lifting a backhand shot inside the near post.Shattenkirk tied it three minutes later, finishing a rush.Just 8 second after that, Foligno put the Blue Jackets ahead, powering a snapshot off Allen at 6:43 for his sixth.Wennberg scored later in the first, and Gagner, Dubinsky, Nutivaara and Karlsson scored in the second for a 7-1 lead. Fabbri made it 7-2 late in the second.Tarasenko and Fabbri then sandwiched goals around Werenskis tally in the third.Game notes Dubinsky had missed the last two games with a lower-body injury. ... St. Louis and Columbus entered tied as the top penalty killing teams in the league. ... Fabbri played on the first line after being a healthy scratch Thursday in a loss to Nashville.UP NEXTBlues: Welcome Buffalo on Tuesday night to begin a three-game homestand.Blue Jackets: Play five of next six at home, including Washington on Tuesday night. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '