Getting started in running can be a daunting and intimidating task, especially in a town like Eugene where it seems as if everyone is a runner. However, becoming a runner in this town is the complete opposite of daunting and intimidating. There might not be a better town in the United States to get started. Here are three tips on how to get started in running.
Ask any runner, and they will be able to tell you exactly when, and how they got started in the sport. For me, running is a way to stay sane in the chaotic college life. Between classes, meetings, homework and exams, running is my time alone with my thoughts. It’s my time to just enjoy being outdoors doing what I love most.
It’s game time, Ducks fans! Here’s what the experts at EDN see playing out! Comment below with your MVP and score prediction. Check in throughout the game on twitter @EDN_Sports for live tweets about the game.
The No. 4 Oregon Ducks and Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles face off on Saturday at 12:00 pm with Eugene Daily News bringing you a live blog of the game. There is no betting line on the game due to the FBS versus FCS matchup.
After the victory over Fresno State, head coach Chip Kelly and the backfield duo of Kenjon Barner and De’Anthony Thomas spoke about the team’s performance, including the explosive first half from Barner and Thomas, as well as the second half struggles the Ducks faced for the second consecutive game.
For the second consecutive week, it was a tale of two halves for the No. 4 Oregon Ducks on Saturday against Fresno State, walking out with a 42-25 win that was by no means pretty.
Much has been made about ticket prices for Ducks football games over the past few weeks. With all that said, Oregon was still able to maintain its decade long sellout streak. How do the Ducks compare to other major universities?
Mariota made his first collegiate start on Saturday, but you wouldn’t have known it by the way he played. In Oregon’s dominating 57-34 victory over Arkansas State, Mariota displayed near perfect precision on his passes in his relatively short appearance, completing 18 of his 22 pass attempts for 200 yards and three touchdowns.
The No. 20 Oregon Ducks volleyball team survived a scare Saturday against No. 24 Ohio State, coming back from an 0-2 deficit to take the match 3-2. Oregon’s perfect campaign is still intact at 3-0.
Oregon’s Bryan Bennett will have serious questions to answer very soon about his future. Should he transfer. Should he stay put? A lot depends on the first three weeks.