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Chip Kelly Journal — A Defining Moment: DeSean Jackson’s Release

Conventional wisdom dictates that a Philadelphia Eagles team whose offense earned the second-highest total yards would likely stay the course with its current personnel. Anyone who made that assumption ignored the fact that Chip Kelly does not care about conventional wisdom. The release of DeSean Jackson, the Eagles’ most dangerous receiver, this past March was a defining moment for Kelly. The …

Mary Cain fights out of trouble and runs away with the USA Junior women’s 3,000

The world junior record falls in the men’s 110 hurdles.

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Brennan Makes 400 Final at World Junior Championships

Brennan finished third in her heat, the fastest of the three, and crossed the finish line in 53.81, securing a spot in Friday’s final. Continue reading

Kenya leads medal count with eight, USA second with seven: IAAF World Junior Championships 2014

EUGENE – Kenya took the medal lead with eight after three days of competition at the IAAF Junior World Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field. Piling up most of its medals in the distance races, Kenya has two golds,… Continue reading

Ducks Lacrosse Announces Fall Camp

Oregon Lacrosse’s 2014 Fall Camp will take place on August 23 at Marymoor Park in Redmond, Wash. Continue reading

Northwest Florida State College releases statement regarding Brandon Austin’s admittance

Austin will play basketball for the school on scholarship.

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Oregon’s Cole Walsh fails to advance past qualifying round in pole vault

Oregon pole vaulter Cole Walsh was eliminated from semi-final contention at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships after failing to clear the 5.10 meter mark. On his first attempt at 5-meters, Walsh was out of sync. “My first jumps aren’t always the best,” Walsh said after the event. “I usually take a little bit longer […] Continue reading

Class of 2015: 3-Star QB Ty Griffin Joins His Brother RB Taj Griffin at Oregon

On the first day of Pac-12 Media Days the Oregon Ducks received some good news concerning a recruit. We reported late last season that the brother of Oregon Commit Taj Griffin, Ty – who at the time was looking at leaving Georgia Tech, has in fact de… Continue reading

Oregon Prison Receives Bomb Threat

On July 24, 2014, at approximately 10:15 a.m., the Oregon State Correctional Institution (OSCI) in Salem received a bomb threat. The Oregon State Police has been notified.
The Oregon Department of Corrections is taking steps to ensure the safety of the…

Softball Adds Georgia Transfer Glasco

Oregon has signed former SEC Co-Freshman of the Year and Gatorade National High School Player of the Year Geri Ann Glasco for the 2015 season. Continue reading

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