Tagged: Oregon

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No. 25 Ducks Outlast No. 20 Bears

The Baylor Bears, ranked 20th in the nation made the trip from Waco, Texas, to Matthew Knight Arena for a matchup with the 25th-ranked Oregon Ducks Monday night. As one of the marquee matchups as a part of ESPN’s 24-hour college basketball marathon, it was a rare...

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Men’s BB — Three Players Who Can Make an Early Impact

After two exhibition games, the Oregon men’s basketball team’s regular season tips off Friday night against Jackson State. The Ducks achieved what most teams set out to do in exhibition games, which is first and foremost to win, but secondly...

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4 Duck Standouts at the Halfway Mark

After the success of the 2014 Oregon football team, the 2015 Ducks entered the season with high expectations. There were expectations from themselves, fans, and local and national media — expectations that seemed reasonable due to the continuous success the Ducks...

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There Are Bright Spots Moving Forward

I won’t lie, it was hard. I stood nine rows back on the 20-yard line, surrounded by my fellow students and friends, watching the Ducks let opportunity after opportunity slip out of their grasps. We were wet and cold, but simultaneously...

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Why the Next 3 Games Could Make or Break the Oregon Program

Heading into the 2015 season, the Ducks had many questions. Questions such as “Who will be playing quarterback?” and “Who is going to start in the secondary?” These questions lingered throughout the spring and summer and now after one of...

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Recruiting Update: Mid-Summer Haze

News Not unlike the smoky horizon of the west coast, the ’15-’16 recruiting cycle has settled into a mid-summer haze, seeing several key story lines move into a holding pattern. While much has been made of Bryce Youngquist’s (4-Star/Rancho Cucamonga,...