All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘NCAA Basketball’

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    Horrible Situation Turns into an Incredible Outcome

      A few weeks ago the University of Oregon basketball team took a huge hit, as it lost three vital pieces to the future of the program due to some unacceptable actions that have been covered in depth. The entire nation heard of the situation, and …

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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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    Pac-12 Hoops Transformation

    commons.wikimedia.org On a national level, the Pac-12 conference has become increasingly competitive over the past few years.  This upcoming college basketball season should see the overall Pac-12 talent level move even closer to the elite conferences such as the Big East and ACC.  The Pac-12 sent …

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    Louisville Title Improves Ducks’ Reputation

    Feature Photo by Kevin Cline Photography   If you would have told me coming into this season that our basketball team would win the Pac-12 tournament and appear in a sweet sixteen, I couldn’t have believed it.  I hadn’t seen Kazemi play, and youth in …

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  • 12 Over 5 Down Through History

    I am going to start a movement to ban alcohol at NCAA Selection Committee hotels in the future.  The obviously liquored-up 2013 committee placed Oregon in the 12 spot in this year’s bracket, a spot normally reserved for SUNY/Stony Brook, IUPUILSMFT. and Washington.  The Ducks …

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  • All I Want For Christmas Is Madness in March

    With Oregon football securely in another BCS bowl, I’ve turned my holiday wishes to hoops.  This year’s squad is playing with promise and purpose, and the Ducks seem primed for a return to the NCAA Tourney.  At 10-2 with one non-conference game remaining, the magic number is …

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