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Justin Phillips

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News/Sports Reporter for Newsradio 1120 KPNW and Lead Editor for Fansided's - Originally from Philadelphia(Penn State Graduate). I write about Oregon Athletics and Occasionally the Pac 12. Proud to be a voice on EDN!
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Oregon Ducks On The Diamond: Softball Ranked Number One, Baseball Falls from Polls

The Oregon Baseball team started out the season on a high note, reaching as high as eighth in the polls, but the month of March was not kind. The Ducks played seventeen games and won just seven. The stretch does not get easier this week with five games in five days starting on Tuesday with home game against Portland. Oregon heads to Hillsboro to face Seattle on Wednesday before a three game weekend series starting on Friday night hosting Michigan State. Keep Reading

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Oregon Ducks On The Diamond: Softball Hits the Road, Baseball Returns to PK Park

Cheridan Hawkins has been a workhorse again for the Softball team in the early going. The team opened Pac-12 Conference play last weekend hosting Oregon State in Civil War matchup. Oregon swept the Beavers out of Howe Field and Hawkins threw in all three games. In the opener she threw a no-hitter and in the series finale she threw a two hitter. She came away with three wins last weekend. Keep Reading

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Oregon Ducks and Pac-12 Well Represented in Super Bowl 49

The Northwest will be well represented in the Super Bowl next weekend, and that includes the University of Oregon. The Ducks will have four former players in the game, according to CBS Sports. Coming off a loss to Ohio State in the National Championship was disappointing. Former Safety Patrick Chung and Running Back LeGarrette Blount with the New England Patriots along with former Center Max Unger and Fullback Will Tukuafu in Seattle have a chance to win a Championship of their own. Keep Reading

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Oregon Ducks Shoot Thirty-Five Percent in Loss to Arizona

As a team Oregon shot three for twenty from beyond the arc. Arizona was two for eleven. The Ducks hit twenty-seven of the fifty-six shots they took landing thirty five percent on the night. The Wildcats fared better at forty-eight percent thanks to thirty-two points in the paint. Oregon also found themselves in foul trouble early with Elgin Cook entering halftime with three fouls. Keep Reading

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SportsDesk: If Oregon Ducks QB Leaves Who Else May Depart?

f the Junior Quarterback decides to depart some of the key players this season could follow. On the Offensive Line Senior Hamani Stevens who played two roles on the Line this season will also depart, leaving a big hole to fill for 2015. We already know that Doug Brenner is the heir apparent to the Center position which will be left vacant by departing Senior Hroniss Grasu. Keep Reading

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