Oregon State University

  • Oregon State University is Doing Its Own Craft Beer Project Culture

    Oregon State University is Doing Its Own Craft Beer Project

    Oregon has a famous history of home brewing and craft beer making. They’ve taken this long history and turned it i…

  • Oregon State’s Beautiful Beavers Calendar Makes Us Say Hot Dam! [64 PHOTOS] Girls

    Oregon State’s Beautiful Beavers Calendar Makes Us Say Hot Dam! [64 PHOTOS]

    We received a tip from one of the masterminds behind the Women of OSU Calendar alerting us to the beautiful Beavers featured within its pages. This is the "first ever swimsuit calendar featuring 12 of Oregon State University's most beautiful women". While it's definitely healthy to gawk at the gorgeous girls, it's also for a good cause - all profits made by the Women of OSU Calendar will be donated to cancer research charities and I believe they're donating $1 for every "like" on their Facebook page. Who knew your libido could be used for good? Check out pics of the 12 beautiful Beavers after the jump.

  • 2010 Conference Championship Preview Cheerleader Edition [PICS] Cheerleaders

    2010 Conference Championship Preview Cheerleader Edition [PICS]

    Thanksgiving Weekend's games saw Nevada upset Boise State and Auburn come from behind to pull out the victory against 'Bama. This weekend's games feature a handful of conference championships (C-USA, SEC, ACC, and Big 12) along with CIVIL WAR! ... In the Pacific Northwest as the Ducks and the Beavers battle in what should be a dam quacktastic contest.

  • Awesome Alternative Venues For College Football’s Oldest Rivalries Sports

    Awesome Alternative Venues For College Football’s Oldest Rivalries

    The NHL had the bright idea of playing the "Winter Classic" outside at venues not typically used for hockey. The concept has since been adopted by the NCAA with ridiculous results. After this past weekend's pretty awesome Illinois-Northwestern game at Wrigley and Notre Dame-Army game at Yankee Stadium, we at COED got to thinking: what other non-football venues would make for cool college football matchups?