Oregon stormed court No. 4 in celebration of Daniel Sardu’s clinching victory following UO’s first win over UW in 10 years.
Month: February 2014
Pellum and Neal added new titles in the offseason as defensive coordinator and passing game coordinator, respectively.
The first-year assistant coach would earn $50,000 if Oregon finishes the season No. 1 in the major polls, among other benefits.
Oregon forward Mike Moser finishes a dunk in the second half of Oregon’s 87-83 double overtime win over UCLA. The Associated Press EUGENE — On the last day of January, with Oregon 2-6 in Pac-12 play following a two-point loss…
WESTWOOD, CA. – Holy moly, was this a battle for the ages! If the Ducks ever needed a game to boost their confidence this was it! After a frustrating loss to UCLA back in Eugene earlier this year, Oregon made a personal note to themselves that when they’d visit UCLA, […]
The NFL off season is completely different than college football’s in one significant way: the NFL team gets to pick its players through the draft, the trade and free agency, and fans get to speculate endlessly over who they should or shouldn’t choose. For a college team, it’s more like […]
With months to go before the start of the 2014 football season, we’re forced to feed our football addiction by taking a look at some of the returning talent. Throughout the Pac-12 this last year, running backs dazzled fans all over the conference and kept us on our toes. Though they […]
The Emerald sat down with Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown this morning and discussed last December’s snowball fight incident, after which Brown was suspended for the Alamo Bowl due to his involvement. Brown talked about his actions on Dec. 6, the criticism he received, the extensive media attention surrounding the incident and his suspension. When the […]
Basketball is a sport that has developed into a much more complex game than to those who knew it many years back. It has certainly evolved into a bigger, faster and stronger game. In such a sport which has so many essential components for both the team and individual players, […]
While it seems like the 2014 class just signed their papers, the 2015 cycle is already well under way. Two of the common questions early each year are: “How many scholarships are available?” and “How will those scholarships be used?” Using a method I’ve used each of the past two […]
Oregon does not tackle players to the ground in practice and uses high-tech ways to track their players, as well, in order to track injuries easier.
Oregon head baseball coach George Horton broke two pieces of news before practice this afternoon. The first was that third baseman Scott Heineman missed last night’s 8-2 win over Portland due to a left shoulder sprain he suffered against Loyola Marymount on Sunday. Horton said Heineman is day-to-day. The second piece of news regarded pitcher Porter […]