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June 2015 - page 2

Oregon-Auburn to meet in 2019

If at first you don’t succeed: Try, try, try again.
Oregon announced on Tuesday that it will play Auburn in a nonconference game on Aug. 31, 2019, at AT&T Stadium in a rematch of their meeting in BCS national championship game that followed the 2010 season.
The Ducks have already played two games at the Dallas Cowboys’ sumptuous stadium in Arlington, Texas. Read more … Continue reading

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Helfrich’s Philosophy for Success

There are many important factors contributing to the winning tradition of the Oregon Ducks. Some of the more obvious factors are hard to miss. The Ducks have been fortunate enough to have some spectacular players dazzle Autzen Stadium and its…

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Prospect Profile: Chris Yaghi

In the early part of June, as commitments seemed to be flowing weekly and new offers were spreading like weeds, decommitments from other programs were considering the Ducks, camps were happening and the regional Opening events were in full swing, defen… Continue reading

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With Edward Cheserek and Robby Andrews squaring off Thursday at L&C, the 1,500 should be fast: Oregon track & field rundown

Oregon runners Blake Haney, Colby Alexander and Daniel Winn are also entered in the 1,500.

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The Jake Fisher Effect: Aggressive Oregon Offensive Linemen!

Offensive tackle Jake Fisher may end up leaving a legacy at Oregon far beyond winning a ton of games; he may have changed the perspective and attitude of the Duck offensive line forever. Tyler Johnstone said it well in a… Continue reading

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Which track & field athletes made Team USA for 2015 IAAF World Championships? Full list

These athletes earned their spots by finishing in the top three in their events at the U.S. championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.

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An embarrassment of riches at running back in the Pac-12

If 2014 was the “Year of the Quarterback” in the Pac-12, 2015 will focus more heavily on the ground game. Trying to decide which running back at best … Continue reading

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