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Stanford's Brett Michael Doran looks at a pitch in Sunday's win for the Cardinal. Doran drove in two of the Cardinal's four runs in the 4-2 victory. (Photo credit: Ian Garcia-Doty/The Stanford Daily)

Nothing Has Changed

The Ducks once again took down a Pac-12 Goliath, this time in the form of the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal two games to one. Oregon still needs to increase their production in all facets of the game, but this team could be primed to make a run deep into the College World Series.

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Ekpre-Olomu (left) defends USC receiver Marqise Lee in a heart-reaking loss for the Ducks last season (Photo credit: Steve Dykes/Getty Images)

A Youngin’ No More

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu came into the Ducks as a relative unknown, then quickly made his presence felt. He started as a true-freshman for the Ducks in several games including the Rose Bowl against Ohio State, one of just two true-freshman to do so.

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Wesley Matthews (left) steals the ball from Jason Terry (right) in a game earlier in the season (Photo credit: Tim Sharp/AP)

Blazers Fall to Visiting Mavs, Look Towards Lottery Pick

Portland ended its week at 1-2, a disappointing effort and essentially ending its playoff hopes. From here the Blazers will look to improve its placement in the NBA draft lottery and try and steal a high draft pick.

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Thomas in his sophomore season against Stanford, one his best wins as a collegiate. Thomas bested Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck both times they faced (Photo credit: Rick Bowmer/US Presswire)

A Legacy Unmatched

Darron Thomas’ bizarre decision to enter the NFL draft early leaves the very real question of, “what will his legacy be as an Oregon quarterback?” Will he be revered for his on field success like former Duck Akili Smith who to left the Ducks early for the draft, or like Jeremiah Masoli who ended on a negative note?

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At just 4-5 in conference play, the Cardinal will have a lot to prove against the Ducks.

Ducks Sweep Visiting Dons, Prepare For Weekend Series Against Cardinal

Oregon prepares for No. 6 Stanford and a crucial series this weekend. What do both teams need to do come away with a series win?

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Oregon's Johnathan Cabral celebrates a first place finish and flashes the "O" to Ducks fans (Photo credit: Alex Shoemaker)

Ducks Sweep Pepsi Invitational

Oregon’s men and women track teams swept the Pepsi Invitational at Hayward Field, coming away decisive winners in both. The Ducks have been the premiere track and field university for over a decade and a half, and both men and women teams will be in contention for another national championship.

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Oregon's Scott Heineman (left) and brother Tyler Heineman of UCLA (right) faced one another for the first time as collegians this past weekend.

Keudell Leads By Example

Oregon baseball took the weekend series two games to one over No. 5 UCLA. The Ducks are tied for second in the Pac-12, behind just Arizona, and are looking like a team capable of making a push deep into the post season.

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Milwaukee Bucks' Beno Udrih guards Portland's Wesley Matthews on a drive to the basket (Photo credit: Jim Prisching/AP)

Bucks Snap Blazers’ Two Game Win Streak

Blazers fall to Milwaukee by 24 on the road, but they aren’t out of playoff contention yet. Can this team still find their way in the playoffs?

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Aliotti instructs players in practice (Photo credit: Rivals)

Spring’s Most Heated Position Battles

Whose job is safe this spring? According to coach Kelly, nobody’s. Who has the inside track to a starting spot on the depth chart?

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A side-by-side look of quarterbacks Bryan Bennett and Marcus Mariota. Bennett is the only Ducks quarterback in serious contention for the starting job who has seen time in action.

Oregon Football Kicks Off Spring Practice

Oregon spring practices are underway and expectations are higher than ever for these Ducks. Chip Kelly spoke to the media after practice on what we can expect this season.

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