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Bowl Game: Key to the Rebuild of Duck Football

Ducks Need a Miracle to Reach Bowl Eligibility After some signs of life in a victory against ASU, the Ducks returned to playing really badly in their blowout loss to the USC Trojans. With the loss, the Ducks now sit at 3-6,…

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Dana Altman – The Right Stuff for Ducks Basketball

A two-and-a-half mile walk from the legendary loudness of Autzen Stadium will bring you to Matthew Knight Arena: a $200-million office for a $2-million-a-year coach. In a few weeks, Altman will be entering his 27th season as a college basketball head coach…

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Ducks’ Struggles Could Cost Huskies a Playoff Spot

For more than a decade, the Washington Huskies watched their hated rivals to the south rise to the upper echelon of college football. This rise was accompanied by the annual beating the Ducks put on the Huskies each fall for 12 straight years….

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While Oregon Football Tailspins, Three Ducks Basketball Games To Anticipate

For those expecting an epic border clash, there was disappointment. For those that were hoping to see a resurgence to save the season, there was despair. For those that predicted a win, there was embarrassment. If you watched looking for…

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Buckle Up: Time To Ride the Oregon Football Roller Coaster

It used to be that Oregon fans made light of the other teams in the Pac-12 for their roller coaster seasons. You know the ones I’m talking about. Where they have pre-season hopes, maybe some hype around a returning quarterback…

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Overlooked No Longer, Brenden Schooler Flies as Oregon Duck Safety Net

A trendy criticism of the Oregon Ducks is their defense – or lack of it. When fans take a look at the field Saturday they may notice that defensive coordinator Brady Hoke‘s defense will feature only one senior in the…

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Prukop, Carrington, Nelson and Brooks-James: Pac-12 Championship Is Still in Play

Oregon lost last Saturday. They lost the game, a starting wide receiver and the blindside protection for Dakota Prukop. The Ducks lost a lot – but they did not lose the season. The next few months appear to be headed…

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Young Duck Troy Dye Makes Splash In New Look Defense

There is no substitute for hard work and preparation, and if anyone is the perfect Week 1 embodiment of this mantra it is true freshman linebacker Troy Dye. Dye wasted no time making an impact in his first collegiate game, loudly…

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Under-the-Radar HS QBs Finding Great Success at Oregon

Over the past couple of decades, Oregon has developed into a top Pac-12 program and a force to be reckoned with on the recruiting trail. Oregon’s unique culture, exciting style of play, success on the field, world class facilities, flashy uniforms, etc., have…

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Oregon Softball Snags 4th-Straight Pac-12 Title, Psyched for Post-Season Play

The Women of Oregon softball have done it again! Not only did they defeat Utah in this weekend’s series, but they took the Pac-12 title, as well! This is their fourth straight Pac-12 title, solidly placing this team at the top of…

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