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Sanders watched big upset

Tanner Sanders is one of the big-named prospects in the Pacific Northwest for the 2014 recruiting cycle and the Corvallis (Ore.) Crescent Valley athlete attended the Oregon State-Wisconsin game last weekend.
It was a great time for the junior to head over to the hometown stadium because the Beavers upset then-No. 13 Wisconsin in one of the biggest wins in program history and Sanders said it was a great scene.
The 6-foot-5, 198-pound prospect who could play multiple positions in college said it was thrilling to be in attendance.
"I was at the game and I was on the field talking to some coaches before so it was good," Sanders said.
"It was a huge win for Oregon State. They played great on both sides of the ball and the fan base was unbelievable. The fans were great and then the field rush was great to see there.
"They're letting me take my time with recruiting. Every time I see one of the coaches they have a conversation with me so it's really good and I'm comfortable with those guys."
So far, Sanders has received offers from Oregon State and San Diego State and he said many other programs have gotten involved.
Almost the entire Pac-12 along with a few other schools are sending recruiting mail but Sanders does not plan to rush a decision especially since his junior season just started and he's not sure when he'll be about to see more campuses.
"I'm just getting a lot of the form letters from pretty much all over the Pac-12," Sanders said.
"I think I have every school except for USC. Everybody else has sent me something. I'm getting Nebraska and Boise State so it's going pretty well so far.
"I don't know about visits yet because I play basketball too so I don't know if I have the time to take many unofficial visits this year."
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