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The Top Three Least Outrageous Headlines for Next Season’s Offense

There’s already been a lot of speculation about the outcome of Oregon’s 2015 season, despite the fact that the team has had very little time to practice with its full roster. As is customary with the football off-season, the media….. Continue reading

Best WR Corps in School History Will Ease Transition Away From Mariota

The quarterback may fill the most important role on the football field, but he is nothing without his wide receivers. That said, there is perhaps no receiving corps in the nation feeling more pressure than that of the Oregon Ducks, in… Continue reading

Liz Brenner Set to Join Oregon Women’s Basketball Team for 2015 Season

Liz Brenner has been around the Oregon Program for what seems like forever. She has excelled in the classroom and also excelled on the court, regardless of which type she was on. Brenner has been a part of four different sports including Women’s Bask… Continue reading

Recruiting Update: JUCO Trail Beginning to Heat Up

News Summer is upon us. Life along the recruiting trail is getting its first glimpse of heat rising off the ever-changing national landscape. Oregon’s move into California has been well-documented as of late with increasing interest in standout J… Continue reading

Oregon Can Be the Next Back-to-Back Heisman Winners

In the history of the Heisman Memorial Trophy, only two colleges have had back-to-back Heisman winners — in 1945 and 1946 by Army with fullback Doc Blanchard and running back Glenn Davis winning the award. Then 28 years later when Ohio … Continue reading

#USATF Championships: Prandini Shines,Taking 200 Meter Title

Oregon Ducks Junior Jenna Prandini has had a very special month of June, complete with NCAA Championships and National Championships. It all began just over two weeks ago for the multi-event student athlete. At the NCAA’s she earned points in all thr… Continue reading

USA Ends Play in Shenzhen With Win Over China

Shenzhen, China – The NetScouts Basketball USA All-Stars closed out play in Shenzhen with a 78-70 win over host China before 4,588 fans at the Bao’an Gymnasium in Shenzhen. It was the Americans second straight win over China. The Americans played with only eight players again with Andrew Warren not getting a rest until the […]

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#USATF Championships: Women of Oregon Leaving Their Mark

After three days of competition at the US Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field, current and former members of the Oregon Ducks family have shown the speed and ability to enter international competition and qualify for the IAAF World Champions… Continue reading

@GoldenNuggetLV Games of the Year: Oregon Favored vs USC

The 2015 College Football season is inching ever closer and on Friday the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas released the point spreads for their 2015 College Football ‘Game of the Year’ lines. The entire 2015 College Football season, mainly they key games… Continue reading

#USATF Championships: Ashton Eaton ‘Fired Up’ After Long Jump Performance

Former Oregon Duck and Bend native Ashton Eaton hoped for a strong showing in the long jump at the USATF Championships this week at Hayward Field. Eaton did not enter the decathlon, his main event (okay, main ten events) as part of an overall plan to i… Continue reading

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