In NBA Preseason action former Oregon Ducks Player Aaron Brooks, now with Chicago put in a team high 22 points to lead the Bulls to a 103-94 win over the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night. Brooks also had five rebounds and six assists in the win. He had ... Continue reading →
As we head into the second half of the college football season, Rivals.com National Recruiting Director Mike Farrell updates his pre-season Farrell 50, the top 50 college football players in the country, with a mid-season look. This list is based on th... Continue reading →
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Last week, Lee Corso made a comment saying how Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich needs to make some changes to his coaching staff in order to get Oregon back to the national championship. This week during ... Continue reading →
Which bowl games could the Ducks play in?
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It’s been a common theme in the way Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich approaches each of his teams practice sessions. Work hard and strive to improve every day in every phase of the game. It’s that mantra that gives his team and his program the consistency and recipe for success. As Oregon ( 4-3 / […]
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In a city so enamored with the number twelve, it was twelve that was the magic number following the Washington Huskies loss to the Oregon Ducks on Saturday night at Husky Stadium. Twelve consecutive times now, the Huskies have lost to the Ducks. 2015 ... Continue reading →
The UO head coach joined the weekly conference call of Pac-12 Conference football coaches on Tuesday, three days after his team beat Washington to move to 4-3.
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Oregon will only practice twice during their bye week and after their first session on Tuesday Mark Helfrich answered questions from the assembled media. Continue reading →
The Oregon women's golf team shot a season-low 289 today to finish 10th at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Continue reading →