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  • Oregon Bsktball Sideline Featured Image Craig Strobeck

    Bench to Trench — Reserve Ducks Dominate CW Battle

    The Ducks held off the battling Beavers in Sunday’s Civil War game, but not necessarily because of the starting lineup.  Seeing the double-digit scoring figures by four of the five starters, people tend to focus all praise towards the fab five, but what about the …

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    Men’s Basketball: Ducks Lean on Seniors, Dump Dogs

    Oregon needed to make a statement during this three-game home stand.  And now it is two down, one to go for the Ducks (17-8, 5-8) after a 78-71 win over the Washington Huskies (14-13, 6-8) on Wednesday night. The win marked the 500th for Dana …

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    Ducks Keep Rolling, But Need ‘BIG’ Help Soon

    Craig Strobeck Dana Altman’s team just keeps getting better.  Ten games in and they have yet to lose, and for the most part, have won convincingly with a 15.6 point average margin of victory. Coming off another stellar performance Tuesday night against UC Irvine, Oregon …

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    Ducks Rolling on the Road to the Big Dance

    Kevin Cline With football coming to an end and basketball in full swing, Duck fans couldn’t be more excited for our 9-0 men’s basketball team, which is rolling down the road toward the Big Dance like an empty 18-wheeler with a tail wind.  Last year the Ducks won the PAC-12 …

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  • Men’s basketball: Oregon vs. Illinois game preview

    It should be quite the homecoming for Mike Moser when the Ducks play Illnois on Saturday night in Portland. Moser, one of Oregon’s newest transfers, graduated from Grant High School in Portland before taking his talents to UNLV for three years. Upon graduating from UNLV, Moser still had one year of eligibility left and decided […] Continue reading

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    The Hunger Games: Oregon Transfers Play to Win

    Steve Francis When it comes to college basketball, most fans focus on star power and the celebrity of a team.  Several NBA franchises are even suspected of “tanking” their seasons to increase their chances of drafting incoming stars who have only played a small handful of college-level games.  Every year, sports analysts and wannabe sports analysts (ahem, my friends) gather around the television set or radio to … Continue reading

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    Altman’s Troop of Transfers – Who are the top 5?

    Steve Francis The Oregon Ducks basketball team is currently 4-0 and ranked 14th in the nation.  The Ducks are in great position thanks in large part to Dana Altman once again pulling in some stud transfers.  I don’t think there is a better coach in the nation at building a team out of transfer players.  Of the 89.5 points per game … Continue reading

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    Oregon Basketball Signs JC Stars

    EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon men’s basketball coach Dana Altman has announced the signing of two junior college transfers, adding forward Elgin Cook and guard Jalil Abdul-Bassit as the latest member of UO’s 2013-14 class. Cook, a 6-6 forward from Milwaukee, spent his freshman season at Northwest Florida …

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  • Elgin Cook Recruiting Called By Our Mark Flores

    If you were paying attention to our recruiting updates then you could not have missed Mark Flores letting us know that an offer from Oregon to Elgin Cook was in the works. Dana Altman appears to have been successful in his efforts.  You can read …

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  • Recruiting Update: Altman Going Tropical In Florida Raid?

    Football Recruiting Head Coach Mark Helfrich is making short work of an Oregon stigma. His recent offers (very early in the recruiting cycle, I might add) place Lighting Yellow and Thunder Green in a favorable position. Relative unknowns, tight end/athlete Ian Bunting (NR/Hinsdale, Ill) and …

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