Oregon Pitchers Survived the First Half, Look to Dominate Second Half of Conference Play


Oregon’s pitching has not been great. The highly touted rotation has pitched well, but has failed to reach the levels we expected back in February. The bullpen is questionable, as well. As mentioned last week, the back-end is set, but...

Six Stories For 2016 With Six Days Until Opening Day


The Super Bowl was decided last weekend, and while most of the country is lamenting the end of football, I have been counting down the days to spring. With baseball securely in the driver’s seat and only six days until...

Fare Thee Well


Well, it looks like is going away, at least in its current high content, fast moving iteration. That being the case I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you and farewell to all who have made this journey so...

Ducks’ Biggest Basketball Battle is on the Road


Last night the Oregon Ducks walked away with a W after beating USC 80-75. Now the Ducks are preparing to face UCLA this Saturday in California. This season hasn’t been bad for Oregon; their offense is full of ridiculous amounts...

A Closer Examination of the Ducks’ Jump over Florida State


As Duck fans we are biased. We’re also fanatical, Hawaiian-crazy, freshmen-frenzied football fans who are in the midst of watching one of the many great Duck teams and Duck players of all time. Watching Marcus...

Some Key Aspects of the Oregon vs. Utah game


That’s right Duck fans, tonight is the night! The No.17 Utah Utes will host the No.4 Oregon Ducks in a highly anticipated showdown at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah. Going into this...

Following His Best Game of the Season, Troy Hill Is Ready for Stanford


The Oregon Ducks’ secondary knew the Cal game would be big. Jared Goff and the the Bears’ passing attack came in to the game on an absolute rampage. Even though Goff carved Oregon up...

High Scoring Bears Await the Ducks This Friday


As with Arizona, the Bears are a scary group to face because of their never say die attitude and ability to strike from any part of the field. Logic dictates that the Ducks should romp to victory, but as the game against the Wildcats evidenced, Oregon can be beat if they don’t jump on such offenses early.

Doesn’t Matter Where They Are, Tony Washington is Ready to Play


In an interview for, I got a chance to talk to OLB Tony Washington about the upcoming game while at the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. It’s big. It’s loud. It’s Levi’s Stadium. In the first...

Photos: Ducks get shut out by Cal Bears 6-0 in game 2


The Oregon baseball team couldn’t muster a hit until the sixth inning and didn’t score a run all night as the Ducks lost to the California Golden Bears 6-0 Friday at PK Park. Bears’ starting pitcher Kyle Porter went eight innings, giving up two hits, two walks and two hit-batsmen while striking out eight. Jeff Gold […] Continue reading →

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