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CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Marie Gulich scored 14 points and the No. 24 Oregon State women kept its home-court win streak intact by rolling past Portland, 62-45 Friday night.Gulich, a 6-ft-5 center from Cologne, Germany, converted 5 of 9 from the flr and was 4 of 4 from the line while the Beavers collectively struggled from the field, hitting just 21 of 58 shots (36.2 percent). Gabriella Hanson added 11 points and grabbed three steals.Oregon State (3-0) knocked down just 4 of 20 shots from beyond the arc in the game, three of those by Kat Tudor, who was 3 of 8 from distance.Ashley Gray finished with nine points to lead Portland (0-3), which shot 27.8 percent from the field (15 of 54).Oregon State now is 33-3 at home over the last three seasons and the Beavers have won 15 straight at home.The Beavers play host to Marquette Tuesday. Randy Moss Womens Jersey . This should be celebrated because it will not always be this way. 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PULLMAN, Wash. -- The mind of Marcellus Pippins of Washington State was racing as he saw the lse ftball on the turf at Martin Stadium.He bent down and scped the ball up, and one thought ran through his brain.Run fast, dont get caught, Pippins said.He gave no thought to diving on the ftball.It was me and the touchdown, said Pippins, who ran 72 yards for the score that helped ignite Washington States 56-6 win over Idaho on Saturday.Luke Falk threw for 226 yards and three touchdowns as Washington State posted a positive end to a tumultuous week.James Williams rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown for Washington State (1-2), which won on a wet, windy day when the Air Raid offense was not working very well.Idaho (1-2) struggled for the second straight week against a Pac-12 team, after losing at No. 8 Washington.The Vandals have not scored a touchdown against Washington State the past two times the teams have played.Austin Rehkow kicked a 42-yard field goal as Idaho tk a 3-0 lead on its first possession.Williams ran over from the 2 for a 7-3 lead for the Cougars. The touchdown was set up by a 50-yard completion from Falk to Kyle Sweet.Nose tackle Robert Barber blocked a 32-yard field-goal attempt by Rehkow and Pippins scped up the ball and ran 72 yards for a touchdown as Washington State tk a 14-3 lead midway through the second quarter.Once special teams made a play it was like a chain reaction, WSU running back Gerard Wicks said.Idaho quarterback Matt Linehan fumbled on a btleg, and Robert Taylor recovered for Washington State on Idahos 36. Falk threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Gabe Marks as Washington State built a 21-3 lead late in the second quarter.Idaho drove all the way to the WSU 1 midway through the third quarter, but had to settle for Rehkows 18-yard field goal that cut the Cougars lead to 21-6.Washington State replied with a 90-yardd drive that ended on Wicks 2-yard scoring run for a 28-6 lead.ddddddddddddFalk threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Robert Lewis early in the fourth for a 35-6 lead, and the Cougars added three more touchdowns in the fourth.We played hard the whole game, Washington State coach Mike Leach said. Defense played better than offense.The sloppiness with regards to penalties is alarming, Leach said of the 11 penalties against the Cougars.Leach said his players seemed to respond well to a week of hard practices and harsh criticism.We seem to have a group that has a tendency to go soft, Leach said. Weve got to be on them all the time.Idaho coach Paul Petrino did not appear in the postgame interview rm.Washington State was expected to contend for the Pac-12 North, but opened the season with losses to FCS foe Eastern Washington and Boise State. That prompted Leach this week to rip his Cougars as soft. Leach also complained that Pullman police seemed to be targeting his players, after four were recently arrested in three different incidents, which the police chief has denied.THE TAKEAWAYIDAHO: The Vandals, who have designs on qualifying for a bowl game this season, were coming off a 59-14 loss at Washington. The Vandals and Cougars are located in towns just 8 miles apart and this was the 92nd meeting between the two closest neighbors in the FBS.WASHINGTON STATE: Idaho has often been a cure for what ailed the Cougars. Washington State leads the series 72-17-3.GROUND RAIDLeachs Air Raid pass attack got a bit of a rest, as the Cougars piled up 228 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. The coaches believed in us, Wicks said.UP NEXTIDAHO: Plays at UNLV on Saturday.WASHINGTON STATE: Has a bye this week, and hosts No. 22 Oregon on Oct. 1. ' ' '