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    Oregon sweeps Oregon State

    The Oregon Ducks swept the Oregon State Beavers with their second win over them this season 85-75.  Oregon was behind 41-34 at halftime, they managed to storm back with a 51-34 second half and win the game. Carlos Emory had a stellar game putting up …

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    Small Ball: Even Striking Out Can Count as a Success

    Baseball has always been and will forever be a numbers game.  Because of that, baseball is one of the only sports in the world that allows its fans to compare the legends of the game’s early days with the stars of today.  Thanks to the …

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  • Dion Jordan Feeling Some Brotherly Love?

    The NFL combine finished up on Tuesday with a former Duck quickly flying to the top of the rankings.  Dion Jordan put on a show at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis where he wowed scouts with speed and athleticism throughout workouts at the combine.  Jordan, …

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    Oregon vs Oregon State Preview

    The Oregon Ducks take on the Oregon State Beavers tonight in Matthew Knight Arena.  Oregon looks to sweep the Beavers with this win and stay tied atop the conference with Arizona.  The Ducks walked away from Corvallis with a 79-66 win on January 6th. Head coach …

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    Developing Offensive Linemen for the Zone Scheme

    When watching the Oregon Ducks execute their high octane run game it is easy to get caught up in the playmaking ability of their skill players. Watching guys like Marcus Mariota and De’Anthony Thomas is exhilarating.  What some fail to realize is the success or …

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  • The Bowl Game that Changed Oregon Football

    Most Duck fans are familiar with the play that changed Oregon football. Kenny Wheaton’s early break on Washington quarterback Damon Huard’s pass deep in Duck territory and subsequent 97-yard touchdown return propelled the Ducks into the 1995 Rose Bowl and forever improved the program’s trajectory. The play …

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    LaMichael James: Poised to Break Out for the 49ers

    The pistol offense is a funny thing.  Once you think you have a read on it defensively, the formation pulls out trick after trick.  Now having one of the most athletic quarterbacks in all of football, the 49ers successfully implemented the pistol offense and rode …

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    ‘Colt 15′ Is a Scary Human Being…Is He Human?

    Colt Lyerla is the Ducks’ best-kept secret.  With 25 receptions for 392 yards and six touchdowns, he’s seemingly forgotten in the discussion of best tight ends in the country – but he shouldn’t be.  Lyerla has all-conference ability and first-round draft potential; Here is why: …

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    Oregon Basketball Analysis: Down-and-Dirty Defense Allows Ducks to Run Free

    Until Oregon’s recent payback win over Stanford, when the Ducks shot 48% from the field, its outside shooting woes and stagnant offensive production have been well-chronicled, especially in the nine-game absence of point guard Dominic Artis. The offensive scouting report on Oregon?  “Pay close attention …

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    Oregon’s Pitchers Mow Down Portland 3-1

    Midweek games usually showcase extended relief outings, with mediocre pitching and uninspired offense – unless you have a pitching staff like Oregon’s.  The #6 Ducks were pressed to find a fourth starter for their Tuesday night matchup with Portland at PK Park, especially since typical fourth-starter …

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