All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Oregon Duck Basketball’

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    A Duckling Profile: Elgin Cook

    It’s the basketball off-season and, as per usual, Coach Dana Altman is out busy recruiting players from around the country to fit his scheme for the upcoming season. Around this time last year, Altman recruited the extremely talented, high-flying Elgin Cook from the JC ranks. …

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    Position Change Makes Johnathan Loyd One Rare Duck

    If there are any Duck fans out there still skeptical or on the fence about Johnathan Loyd’s place in Oregon Duck athletic history, Dana Altman’s first recruit just gave you another reason to get on board. Already the winningest player in the long history of …

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    Recruiting Update: The Dancing Bear Returns

    Kevin Cline Football Recruiting News You thought I was going to lead off with Portland Trail Blazers legend Arvydas Sabonis, didn’t you? What! This is football season… oh, just you wait. Oregon is waist deep in two-a-days, and a clearer picture of the 2013 campaign …

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    Ducks and Hoyas To Battle in South Korea

    Kevin Cline The 2013 Armed Forces Classic will be played at the United States Army base, Camp Humphreys, in South Korea on Friday, November 8. This second installment of the men’s basketball Classic will feature Georgetown University against the University of Oregon. The match-up is …

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    Who Can Claim The Title of: Best Sports College?

    Question for debate: What college in the U.S.A. is the best all-around sports school? I am proud to say the Oregon Ducks are firmly entrenched in this conversation and after last year’s performance is currently the top school in my eyes.  Other schools in the …

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  • Mac Court to Matt Arena

    When considering Oregon men’s basketball, two things that come to mind are McArthur Court and Matthew Knight Arena.  Both buildings were architectural achievements in the eras they were built and McArthur Court was known as one of the loudest courts in the country for decades. …

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