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    Fool ‘em Once

    Fool the Ducks once, shame on you.  Several teams ‘gave their all’ in an attempt to upset the mighty Oregon Duck basketball team, but none came closer than the tenacious BYU Cougars this past weekend.  In fact, in 38 minutes of gameplay, they prevailed.  The Ducks …

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    Duckling Profile: Jason Calliste. . .Sudden Impact

    Craig Strobeck The Oregon Ducks are riding high following a 28 point win against UC Irvine and advancing their record to 10-0.  Three games away from the start of conference play, Oregon and Arizona are the only Pac-12 teams still undefeated.  How have they been …

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  • Best Ducks sports tweets from the weekend

    Every week, the Emerald sports staff will collect and post their favorite tweets from Oregon athletes, coaches, media, etc. Below are the favorites from sports reporter Anne Yilmaz from Dec. 13-15. Oregon distance runner Jeramy Elkaim  comments on the weather: After a very quick winter it is officially spring in Eugene #soakinupinthesun — Jeramy Elkaim […] Continue reading

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  • Ducks down Dons 100-82

    Oregon extended their winning streak to four after defeating the University of San Francisco 100-82 at Matt Arena in Eugene on Saturday. Continue reading

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  • Are Basketball Players Athletic Enough To Be Football Players?

    When talking about athletes, a lot of the time we like to think to ourselves, could he really compete in another sport? A prime example of this would be LeBron James, and whether or not he could have been an NFL star as well. Sometimes, …

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  • Oregon basketball to play Georgetown in Armed Forces Classic

    Oregon’s men’s basketball team has been selected to play in the Armed Forces Classic this fall against Georgetown.  (Site still TBD.)  The Armed Forces Classic honors the men and women of the military and is part of ESPN’s Veteran’s Week in November. It’s currently in …

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