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March 2013 - page 2

Oregon’s Best NFL Draft Prospects of the Chip Kelly Era

With the 2013 NFL Draft approaching, I decided now would be a pretty good time to look back over the past six drafts to see which of the guys were the best NFL Draft prospects.

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March 31 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: Happy Easter sunshine, truck crash, Feds want money back, crash fatality Hwy 36, successful beach cleanup, Eugene Roadster Show, Ranger Station gets LEED award, Cole Irvin completes the sweep, Armstead and Wilson go Elite Eight, Huskies beat UO softball, Hawkins and Mercado to Junior National Team

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Cole Irvin Pitches Complete Game as Ducks Sweep Huskies

The Oregon Ducks kept their conference momentum going by taking down the Washington Huskies behind the impressive pitching of Cole Irvin. Throwing Oregon’s first complete game of the season, Irvin powered the Ducks to a 6-0 sweep of their rivals from the north.

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Lane Leads Decathlon and Heptathlon After Day One

Lane’s track and field program saw two of their athletes take the lead in the decathlon and heptathlon, respectively, at the end of day one of the Lane Multi Qualifier. Thomas Cranor is currently the leader in the men’s decathlon while Kara Hallock is leading the women’s heptathlon.

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Former Ducks Malcolm Armstead and Jamil Wilson Play in Elite Eight

Two former Oregon Ducks basketball players had big games for their respective schools in the sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.

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Happy Easter! Here’s hoping (Or is that hopping?) the sunshine brightens the day before the clouds move in followed by a chance of showers.

_______________     No winner this week. Here is my weekly weather quiz question for the last time. What is a “Microburst?” Here is the correct answer. A “Microburst” is a convective downdraft with an affected outflow area of less than 2½ miles wide and peak winds lasting less than 5 minutes. Microbursts may induce dangerous […]

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Huskies upend UO softball

SEATTLE — No. 16 Washington came back from a run down to score in the fourth and sixth innings to beat No. 10 Oregon, 2-1, in their Pac-12 softball series finale. First baseman Kailee Cuico hit a solo home run in the second inning for Oregon (28-5, 5-1 Pac-12), and …

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Oregon’s Cole Irvin has the right stuff in a sweep of Washington

Before a typical start, Cole Irvin shows up at PK Park two hours before first pitch, changes quickly and heads out to the field to hang out with his UO baseball teammates. On Saturday, Irvin changed things up. He spent his first hour at the stadium in street clothes, clearing …

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