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October 2014 - page 2

Look Out: Stanford’s Top Offensive Weapon is Already Behind You

Maybe this isn’t the same Stanford. For starters, Stanford is already a three loss team, as well as an unranked team. During the past four years when they’ve played Oregon, they’ve always had a…

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Oregon and Stanford: Will the evil empire rise again?

Stanford Stadium, November 7th, 2013, midway through the third quarter the Cardinal are shellacking the Oregon Ducks. My old college buddy, Ming Louie, and I sit in the stands, enduring the taunts of Cardinal…

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Ducks return home to face a struggling Stanford Cardinal

The bottom line is a simple one for Oregon. Win and they are effectively the Pac-12 North Division champions and will continue to have a say in the national playoff discussion. Lose and it is Stanford that controls the tiebreaker in the Division, an experience that the Ducks are all too painfully familiar with.

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Police Investigate Corvallis Burglaries

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Police are investigating a string of burglaries at some downtown Corvallis businesses. Around 1:55 a.m. Friday, officers responded to Dock 22 at 151 NW Monroe Ave. after the restaurant’s alarm went off. They say someone broke in the front door and stole the cash register and other items. They later found out … Continue reading »

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2014 DuckNews Preview – Stanford

The seeds were sown in the latter years of the Pac-10 but now in the Pac-12, it has been Oregon and Stanford who have set the tone, both in terms national profile as well as on the field in terms of conference championships and BCS representation. Much the same should be the case in 2014. […]

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Stanford GIF! Tactics to Watch for Against the Cardinal

Injuries do create tactical opportunities, as opponents have feasted upon Oregon’s depleted offensive tackle position earlier in the season. However, the Cardinal now have injuries that open up some unique situations that fit within our…

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Roseburg Woman Dies in Hunting Accident

MYRTLE CREEK, Ore. — A Roseburg woman was killed in a hunting accident in Douglas County Thursday. The sheriff’s office has identified the 20-year-old victim as Rachel Frerichs of Roseburg. It happened in the 4000 block of Clarks Branch Road, about 10 miles north of Myrtle Creek. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says the Rachel’s … Continue reading »

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Man Sentenced for Robbery, Shooting

EUGENE, Ore. — A judge handed down a sentence for a man found guilty of robbery and a shooting at a medical marijuana grow operation in the Bethel area. Matthew William Dean Ogletree, 24, will spend 15 years for the 2011 incident. Investigators were able to tie him to the crime using DNA evidence found … Continue reading »

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Fugitive Captured in Lane County

DEADWOOD, Ore. — After hiding in Lane County for more than 20 years, a fugitive from New York has been caught. The Lane County Sheriff’s Office arrested John Franklin Forbis, 72, Thursday at his home in Deadwood. There was a warrant out for his arrest after being caught with more than 800 pounds of drugs. … Continue reading »

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