Monthly Archive: March 2014

Oregon men’s basketball assistant coach Brian Fish to be Montana State head coach, according to ESPN

Oregon men’s basketball assistant coach Brian Fish to be Montana State head coach, according to ESPN

Oregon men’s basketball assistant coach Brian Fish will become Montana State’s head coach, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. Oregon assistant Brian Fish will be the head coach at Montana State, sources told ESPN. News conference set for Wednesday. — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) April 1, 2014 Fish, 48, will replace Brad Huse, who got fired after […]

Former Oregon men’s basketball player and coach Ernie Kent hired as Washington State head coach

Former Oregon men’s basketball player and coach Ernie Kent hired as Washington State head coach

Washington State hired Ernie Kent to be the new men’s basketball coach on Monday. Kent, a former Oregon player and coach, will replace Ken Bone, who was fired on March 18. “Somebody like Ernie that would have a passion for Washington State like he did for the University of Oregon would be someone I’d be […]

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Can You FORGIVE Mark Helfrich?

We, as loyal and dedicated Oregon fans, are all still going through a mental transition from Chip Kelly to Mark Helfrich, and for most of us it has been difficult and even illuminating our true nature of being an Oregon fan, learning...

Pair of Oregon pitchers prepare for batters and weddings during season

Pair of Oregon pitchers prepare for batters and weddings during season

Jessica Sorenson stood on home plate during an overcast day PK Park, blindfolded. Her boyfriend, Oregon baseball reliever Darrell Hunter, stood by the pitcher’s mound in front of all of his teammates. After her sister removed the blindfold, Sorenson saw the group of baseball players and the video board, which had a message: “Jessica Sorenson, will you marry me?” […]

Oregon baseball: Behind seven-run inning, Ducks pound Stanford 9-2 to avoid sweep

Oregon baseball: Behind seven-run inning, Ducks pound Stanford 9-2 to avoid sweep

After dropping its first two games against Stanford (10-11, 3-3 Pac-12) on Friday, the Oregon baseball team destroyed the Cardinal 9-2 on Sunday in Stanford, Calif., to avoid a sweep. One huge inning from the Ducks offense was the difference in the game. Oregon opened the scoring in the first inning. An Aaron Payne walk and an […]