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The Heimlich case, one year later


It’s always interesting when the big boys come to town. Sports Illustrated and the New York Times both have chimed in with lengthy — in SI’s case exhaustive — takes on Oregon State University pitcher Luke Heimlich.

Spielberg and “The Post”: Some thoughts on truth and the movies


I saw “The Post” last night. And the first thing I did when I got home was fire up the computer and test it. How close to the real story was it? What liberties did director Steven Spielberg and his team take with the story of the Washington Post’s publ...

Kamp, Yruretagoyena Latest Casualties in Football’s “Super Size” Era


As of last Thursday, two of Oregon’s big men, junior OL Andre Yruretagoyena and junior DL Sam Kamp, have officially retired from college football. Both Yruretagoyena and Kamp cited health concerns and will forgo their final seasons of playing eligibility, the latest in collegiate career casualties stemming from football’s...

The Art of the Oregon Long Snappers


Oregon doesn’t use its long snappers — true freshman Tanner Carew and redshirt freshman Connor Johnson – as much as other teams in college football use theirs. The long snapper is a specialist center, a hired cannon that is accepted as its own skill position within...

Register-Guard to sue UO after district attorney denies appeal requesting records from sexual assault case


The Lane County District Attorney rejected two newspapers’ appeal for the University of Oregon to disclose public records from the sexual assault case involving three former Oregon men’s basketball players: Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin. One newspaper, The Register-Guard, will sue the UO in Lane County Circuit Court as a result. “The rejection of our appeal […] Continue reading →

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