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October 2014

Sardu and Amos Win in Quarters, Advance to Semis at UNLV

Jayson Amos and Daniel Sardu both recorded two wins a piece in singles play at the Larry Easley Memorial Classic to advance to the semifinals tomorrow Continue reading

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Oregon women’s XC take Pac-12 Championship

Oregon coaches Robert Johnson and Maurica Powell join runner Alli Cash to talk about working as a team to take the Pac-12 Cross Country Championship on Friday in Berkeley.
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College basketball AP Top 25: Arizona and Utah are the Pac-12′s only ranked teams

The Associated Press released its preseason Top 25 poll on Friday and the only Pac-12 teams to make the group were Arizona and Utah.

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Oregon continues to dominate at the Pac-12 Cross Country Campionships

Oregon again proved why it’s one of the best cross country teams in the nation. The women’s team took first place in the meet beating their nearest rival, Stanford, by 20 points. The men…

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Stanford Is Oregon’s Kryptonite? Five Reasons Why ESPN’s Ted Miller Got It Wrong, and Why the Ducks Will Win

If I hear ESPN’s Ted Miller (God bless him) refer to Stanford as “Oregon’s kryptonite” one more time, my head may explode – you know, like the planet Krypton. The problem here is that…

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Mariota and Freeman On Pace To Set New Records

Tomorrow’s matchup against Stanford has important ramifications for the No. 5 Oregon Ducks. A victory against their Pac-12 rival will likely thrust them into one of the playoff slots, while a loss will undeniably…

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Third Time’s The Charm For Ducks

The last two years the Ducks have been in position to play for a national championship, but they have been thwarted by Stanford. All Ducks fans know this and we all understand the importance…

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