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  • Oregon Football Recruiting Manifesto: What Happened in 2012-2013?

    This multi-week series will attempt to take a reasonable, logical and unbiased look at Oregon’s recent recruiting successes and failures while analyzing the program’s recruiting philosophy under Chip Kelly.  The series will then look at how that philosophy already has and may continue to evolve …

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  • Ducks Finally Cash In Against Commodores

    After stumbling through the first two games against #2 Vanderbilt, Oregon finally found a way to push some runs across against the stingy Commodore pitching staff.  While the SEC contenders brought plenty of Oregon’s flaws into the limelight over the weekend, the Ducks (11-5) were …

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    Utah Seniors Wash Away Oregon’s Pac-12 Title Hopes

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Jason Washburn threw the first punch.  His 15 first-half points left the Ducks shaken, dazed, and behind 44-30 at the break.  Then Jarred DuBois knocked the Ducks out.  His late, clutch shooting display helped the lowly Utes maintain their wire-to-wire …

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  • Notes from around the college football nation: Beer for sale and naming rights up for grabs

    Not all rumors are created equal. Monday has come and gone, and Les Miles is still the head coach of LSU.  Whoever put word out of him being fired probably wanted a little recognition on their twitter account.  It just shows the power of social …

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  • Tourneys Loom As Oregon Stumbles

    With Saturday’s loss at Utah, Oregon is officially backing into the PAC-12 tournament, riding a two-game losing streak, and facing a mounting list of questions about where this team stands. With a regular season conference title staring them right in the eye, Oregon laid down …

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    No Big Strides For Oregon’s Offense

    Let’s look on the bright side of things here: in game two against #2 Vanderbilt, Oregon’s bats weren’t connecting yet again, but the offense was considerably more watchable in their 4-2 loss to the Commodores.  It was a beautiful day at PK Park on Saturday afternoon, …

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    Vandy’s Ziomek Dominates Oregon

    Let’s put it this way: it wasn’t pretty.  Oregon’s first whiff of a truly elite pitcher did not go over quickly, as the Ducks were utterly dominated by #2 Vanderbilt’s ace lefty Kevin Ziomek, 4-1 on Friday night at PK Park. After allowing a double …

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  • Ducks Lacrosse Victorious Against The Wildcats

    After an enthralling victory in triple overtime earlier this week, our Oregon Ducks stormed back to Papé field to take on the Davidson Wildcats.  Coming into this game, the Ducks have an upper hand, as they won all four of their previous matched against Davidson …

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  • Ducking Into Some Time Travel

    When I was young I looked forward to the paper being delivered (in the afternoon back then) for two reasons.  Sports and comics.  I read the sports page in its entirety.  I picked and chose among the comics.  Blondie?  Check.  Beetle Bailey?  Check.  Prince Valiant? …

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  • Ice-Cold Ducks Buried in the Rockies

    BOULDER, Colo. – It’s not the time of year to lay an egg, but that’s just what the No. 19 Oregon Ducks did at Coors Events Center in Boulder on Thursday night.  In a game that would have given Oregon a share of the Pac-12 …

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