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    2013 Ten most important players No. 6-10

    Welcome to the first of a two part segment. Now that the Spring game is in the rear-view mirror, what’s the outlook for fall 2013?  Even with a strong group of seniors departing, and several moving on to the NFL, Oregon is re-loading.  I want to show …

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  • Don Reynolds: Before and After Eugene

    This is part two of a profile of two-sport Oregon great Don Reynolds, written by John Schroeder.  If you missed part one, catch up here. It’s an interesting question, if you know that back story:  How does a Corvallis resident – one who was a high …

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  • Don Reynolds Didn’t Just Play Two Sports…He Dominated Them

    This is a two-part series by John Schroeder based on stories from his interviews with the great Don Reynolds, two-sport star in football and baseball, who played for the Ducks from 1971-1975. Don Reynolds came to Eugene in the fall of 1971 intent on solely …

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  • Beavers Slam Ducks, Take Civil War Series

    Eugene, OR – The 4th ranked Beavers took an early lead with a combination of great pitching and an explosive offense and never looked back Sunday afternoon against the Oregon Ducks, taking game three and the series by a score of 12-2. Jake Reed (6-4) took …

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  • Notes From Around The College Football Nation: Saban is the Devil and ACC MESS

    It’s still summer; still no actual college football games.  This is probably the most boring moments of any college football fan’s life.  Now it’s time to pay attention to all the “phantom” news and rumors about your favorite teams and players from around the country.  …

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  • Taking Second

    No. 3 Duck Softball Blanks Badgers, 3-0, to Win Eugene NCAA Regional

    EUGENE – The #3 seed University of Oregon softball team (49-9) celebrated its fourth straight Super Regional bid with a 3-0 win over No. 25 Wisconsin (44-13) Saturday afternoon at Howe Field. Offensively, the Ducks made the most of their three hits – two being …

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  • Ducks drop game two of series to Oregon State

    EUGENE, Ore. – No. 4 Oregon State broke open a tight game late scoring nine runs in the final four innings to hand No. 6 Oregon a 9-0 loss and even their Pac-12 series at one game apiece. The Beavers (42-9, 21-5 Pac-12) scored five …

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    Ducks Win Series Opener on Thorpe’s Gem

    Featured Photo Courtesy Steve Francis Photography The Oregon Ducks scrambled their way to three runs to take battle number one of the Civil War series on Friday night against the Oregon State Beavers.  The victory came behind a brilliant pitching performance from starter Tommy Thorpe, …

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  • Visitor’s Guide to the Great State of Oregon

    Every year the Oregon Ducks, and Duck fans, welcome visitors from around the country to our beautiful state, wax their sub-par teams, and send them on their way.  Not very neighborly.  In light of that I offer the following visitor’s guide to help folks understand, and perhaps …

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  • The Ten Most Influential Plays of the Last Ten Seasons: #5-1

    In case you missed Part 1, read it here.  To read the list in its entirety, go here. Before we get to plays #5-1, here are some plays that just missed the list: Honorable Mention: Kenjon Barner’s punt return fumble against LSU (2011): The play …

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