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    Oregon’s Success Doesn’t Depend on Recruiting Rankings

    Oregon will never win any recruiting championships.  While teams such as Alabama, USC and LSU tend to dominate in the rankings, the Ducks rarely crack the top-15.  Year after year they bring in solid, but unspectacular recruiting classes, yet year after year, Oregon takes those same recruits and …

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    Let the Games Begin!

    Oregon football pummeled Texas in the Alamo Bowl last week.  Oregon baseball is No. 6 in preseason rankings.  And while that’s all good and fun, this, ladies and gentlemen, is basketball season.  So how exactly is the Duck basketball team performing?  Well, they are 13-0 …

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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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  • 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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    What Now Oregon?

    Kevin Cline It would appear that after four straight years of BCS appearances, the University of Oregon football team will be left on the outside looking in.  Most likely the team will be headed to the Alamo Bowl, something that most pundits and fans would …

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  • Recruit Jordan Bell now eligible to join Oregon men’s basketball team

    Four-star recruit Jordan Bell has qualified to start practicing and playing with the Oregon men’s basketball team, according to The Oregonian. Bell, a 6-foot-7 forward, committed to the Ducks as part of the 2013 class. He’ll have all four years of eligibility and can start practicing as soon as he arrives. While it’s unclear whether […] Continue reading

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  • Freeman makes big move in latest R100

    The latest Rivals100 presented by Under Armour has been revealed, and with it there are six new five-star prospects and one losing that coveted status. While there aren’t as many huge moves as there have been in the past, the addition of six new prospe… Continue reading

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    Ducks Outrun Mustangs, Remain Undefeated

    Kevin Cline The 14th-ranked Oregon basketball team defeated the overmatched Cal-Poly squad, 82-61 on Sunday evening before an announced home crowd of 5,580.  The Ducks were able to jump out to an early double-digit lead against the Mustangs behind a lights out performance in the opening minutes from eventual game MVP Johnathan Loyd, and a sharp shooting effort by sophomore Damyean Dotson. Loyd, the senior point … Continue reading

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  • With BCS still option, it’s calm before postseason storm

    Next weekend will feature Oregon’s first two postseason practices, as well as several results around the nation affecting the Ducks’ bowl destination. Continue reading

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    The Green and Yellow Outshine the Green and White

    Craig Strobeck EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon looked to continue its five-game winning streak on Saturday against the North Dakota Bison.  The Ducks had competed their hearts out on Friday with a dominating win against Pacific, which meant that the bench needed to contribute on Saturday to help alleviate the stress and fatigue of the starters. That’s exactly what happened, as Dana Altman … Continue reading

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