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Track Ducks Punch Their Tickets To The NCAAs

With the conclusion of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) championships, it is time to place everyone who qualified for the big meet. The 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships will be held March 13-14 in…

Scattershot Ducks slap Beavers for 5th straight win

LAS VEGAS, NV - MARCH 12:  Oregon Ducks mascot The Duck performs during a first-round game of the Pac-12 Basketball Tournament against the Oregon State Beavers at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on March 12, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Oregon won 88-74.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)By Eric Sloat, DSH basketball correspondent In a front of a loud crowd at Gill Coliseum, the Ducks beat the Beavers, 65-62. The win has the Ducks at 13-5, 3rd place for now, with a chance at 2nd, 23-8 overall, and 99% sure of making it to the NCAA Tournament, for the first time ever […] Continue reading

Oregon Wins Fifth Straight Game Entering Pac-12 Tournament

The Oregon Ducks have proven, finally that they can go into a raucus atmosphere with over nine-thousand fans against them and find a way to silence the crowd and earn a big win. Oregon State was looking to play the role of upset specialist on Wednesday… Continue reading

UO Edges OSU in Civil War Thriller

CORVALLIS, Oregon – An NCAA Tournament berth is seemingly assured for the UO men’s basketball team after the Ducks used clutch free-throwing shooting in the final 30 seconds to survive a Civil War slugfest, 65-62, before 9,339 raucous fans in Gill Coliseum. How It Happened: The Ducks (23-8, 13-5 Pac-12) took command after the sixth … Continue reading »

Group Protests Pipeline Project

EUGENE, Ore. — A group of concerned citizens in Eugene is fighting a Canadian gas pipeline that could be installed through Oregon. About 40 community members gathered in the West University Neighborhood Wednesday night frustrated over what a pipeline could mean for Oregon. A number of the homes participating in raising awareness were covered in … Continue reading »

Oregon Ducks’ Pharaoh Brown, after receiving letters of encouragement, thanks Springfield elementary schoolers in person

The Oregon Ducks tight end personally thanked the fifth-grade class that sent him encouragement during his injury rehab.

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Recruiting Update: Chinander Becoming Force

Football Recruiting News Oregon linebackers coach Erik Chinander is finding himself in elite company as one of the West’s premier recruiters. The 35-year old coach is being linked to some of the nation’s top recruits as the 2016 cycle slowly rolls…

Ducks Qualify 25 Entries to NCAA Championships

The Ducks will have 13 entries on the men’s side and 12 on the women’s side, beating last year’s total of 23. Continue reading

REPORT: Kiko Alonso to the Eagles

Adam Schefter was the first to break the story per usual.

Filed to ESPN: Bills have notified LB Kiko Alonso he is going to be traded to Philadelphia for RB LeSean McCoy. Trade official next week.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March… Continue reading

Alleyne, Bando Earn Pac-12 Honors

Jillian Alleyne was named all-Pac-12 and to the all-Pac-12 defensive team while Lexi Bando was named honorable mention all-freshman. Continue reading

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