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Archive for: August, 2015

Where Did The Week Go…

Where Did The Week Go: Police on the lookout for ‘Portland Pooper,’ David Spurlock arrested after refusing to leave jail and this week’s Netflix pick is the unpredictable action comedy ‘Stretch.’

Autzen Zoo Pac-12 Schedule Breakdown: Washington State QB Falk Looks To Lead

Last season the Washington State Cougars went 3-9 and finished 2-7 in the Pac-12 Conference. This season Head Coach Mike Leach is looking to reload some key positions, including at Quarterback where it appears that Luke Falk has the inside track to sta… Continue reading

Ducks search for consistency while Eagles look to send a message

SEATTLE, WA - SEPTEMBER 06:  Quarterback Cyler Miles #10 of the Washington Huskies rushes against the Eastern Washington Eagles on September 6, 2014 at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington.  (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)The way to beat a spread team is with disruption. Oregon’s offense has been prolific over the last eight seasons, but their handful of losses reveals a common pattern. It’s a tempo offense, designed to move the chains with quick positive gains and then strike quickly. With its wide splits and the ball tossed and […] Continue reading

8-30-15 Kat Mertz Post Game

8-30-15 Kat Mertz Post Game

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8-30-15 Taylor Kuroda Post Game

8-30-15 Taylor Kuroda Post Game

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2016 4-Star Point Guard Payton Pritchard Commits To Oregon

The Oregon basketball team just picked up a huge commitment. 2016 four-star Payton Pritchard, out of West Linn, Oregon, has decided to stay close to home. The 6-foot, 188-pound point… Continue reading

Eaton Sets Dec 400 World Record!

Two-time defending decathlon World Champion Ashton Eaton bookended his day with record breaking results. Continue reading

Kuroda’s Late Goal Gives Ducks First Win of the Season

Freshman Taylor Kuroda scored in the 75th minute to lift the Ducks over Fresno State 1-0 Sunday afternoon at Papé Field. Continue reading

Gameday: The uncertain face of Oregon football

**Editor’s Note: This story first appeared in the Emerald’s “Gameday” edition, which was released on Aug. 27. Copies are available on stands throughout Eugene.  As the Oregon football program’s high-octane offense took the nation by storm over the past 10 years, there was never a question as to who the … Continue reading

Tyjon Lindsey setting visits

Rivals.com national recruiting analyst Adam Gorney caught up with standout WR Tyjon Lindsey to discuss his upcoming visits including one to Oregon. Continue reading




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