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The Pac-12 Makes More Money Than the SEC: Bank It

Oregon Duck fans – and Pac-12 fans, for that matter – are sick and tired of hearing about how great the Southeastern Conference (SEC) is. Broadcasters constantly speak about how the SEC is ahead of the Pac-12 in recruiting, qualit… Continue reading

Oregon’s Linebacking Analysis: Why It Will Be Better in 2015

When looking at Oregon’s linebacker unit from 2014, a common theme often arises — inconsistency. FishDuck.com discussed it here and here, as others did here. In my experience, inconsistency typically stems from player inexperience… Continue reading

Rule Changes and Recruitment Will Help Move Oregon into Basketball’s Elite

After the 2013-2014 basketball season, everything was looking rosy for Dana Altman and Oregon basketball. They just finished a season which saw them win the Pac-12 tournament and the team had a strong showing in the NCAA tournament, narrowly … Continue reading

NCAA Track & Field Championships single day tickets on sale Tuesday

Single day tickets for the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships, where two champions will be crowned at one meet, will go on sale to the public at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 26.
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Oregon Baseball’s Heineman named Pac-12 Player of the Week

OREGON’s Scott Heineman and his .562 week earned the Ducks’ first baseman the Pac-12 Player of the Week honor.
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Heineman Pac-12′s Player Of Week

Scott Heineman hit .562 over four games to help Oregon play its way into the postseason, and was honored Monday by the conference. Continue reading

Best Ducks in the NFL: Defensive Edition

A couple weeks ago, I posted an article that listed the best Ducks to ever grace the NFL on the offensive side of the ball. Now, it’s time to honor the best defensive Ducks in Oregon history. To reiterate, this… Continue reading

Marcus Mariota Shoulders More Pressure than Probably Even He Realizes

Win the Fiesta Bowl in your first year as a starter? Check. Rose Bowl? Check. Heisman trophy? Check. Top three draft pick? Mhhhm, that one too. These accomplishments, of course, forget to mention the truck load of hardware won after… Continue reading

Mo Farah headlines the Prefontaine Classic men’s 10,000 meters

Oregon-based athletes Cam Levins and Hassan Mead also are entered.

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Why Oregon Will Have Two 1,000-Yard Rushers

It’s no secret the Ducks are loaded in the backfield this year. With three proven every-down backs, and a slew of young talent waiting for a chance to shine, Oregon is in as good a position as any team in… Continue reading

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