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    Who “Won” the Summer?

    As a college football season, this is the worst time of the year. We haven’t had football in months, and our patience has run thin in anticipation. Spring games are fun and all, yet they are like giving a sip of water to someone who …

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    Taj Just the First of Oregon’s Southeast Steals?

      Football Recruiting Commitments Saturday’s “Salute the Day” spring game had more than on-field revelations as several recruits made their own headlines.  Long time Oregon target Shane Lemieux (NR/Yakima, WA) verbally committed to Steve Greatwood  & Co. after what was a fantastic weekend visit. “I’ve …

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    Oregon Football: Six “Other” DLs to Watch in the Spring Game

    The Oregon Ducks football team is scheduled to play its annual Spring Game on what should be a picturesque Saturday inside Autzen Stadium.  And with it, the 2014 season will be officially under way. And, like every season, another batch of seniors have graduated, which leads to …

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  • NFL goal helps Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown push past tragedies

    When Pharaoh Brown called his mother on graduation day, he sounded calm. Jeannetta Smith assumed her son was pulling another prank, but this one angered her. “This is not how you play,” Smith said. Brown wasn’t joking. His friend, Fred Zuber, had drowned hours earlier. He sounded calm because he was in shock. Brown, Zuber and three […]

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    Draw the Line

    Peppered with talent, various levels of success, and featuring a new man calling the shots, it’s time for Oregon’s defensive line to draw the proverbial “line in the sand.” We’ve all heard the knocks on Oregon’s teams over the past few seasons, critics talk about …

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    In Defense Of: The Duck Defensive Line

    Gone from the 2013 Duck D-Line are such stalwarts as Wade Keliikipi, Taylor Hart and Ricky Havili-Heimuli.  All very good players who will be missed, but the cupboard isn’t bare.  Though some fans panicked at Oregon’s inability to close on a couple of highly regarded …

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  • GameDay: Oregon football players struggle transitioning to basketball, but should they specialize?

    With about a second left in the game, Pleasant Grove High School trailed Monterey Trail 59-58 on Dec. 10, 2010. Pleasant Grove’s head coach, John DePonte, decided to run the final play for his star junior, Arik Armstead. “Coach Duponte draws up a play, gets it to Arik, who hits a turnaround jumper at the […]

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  • After the Buzzer: Dana Altman discusses transfer players, UCLA and Arik Armstead

    The Oregon men’s basketball team will face 16-4 UCLA Thursday night at Matthew Knight Arena, and Ducks head coach Dana Altman expects the Bruins to be a tough test. Sophomore guard-forward Kyle Anderson especially impresses Altman, as do freshmen Zach LaVine and Bryce Alford. During Tuesday’s Pac-12 media teleconference, Altman discussed UCLA and Mike Moser […]

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    Calliste Leads Ducks Away From the Abyss

    For a team in disarray on offense and playing matador defense during the last 5 games — all losses — Jason Calliste, the 6-2 senior guard from the Detroit area, said “Enough!” by dumping 20 on the Cougs, on 8-10 shooting (4-of-6 from behind the arc), to …

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    Duckling Profile: Arik Armstead – A Force on the Field and on the Floor

    Not every high school athlete makes it in college sports, especially at the D-1 level.  Success at this level requires diligence, athleticism and commitment much greater than even the most demanding high school programs.  It’s a rare athlete who can star at even one college …

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