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  • Dana Altman 5 North Dakota1314KC E1393633741825

    Altman Deserves Some Love

    The Ducks could have folded, could have checked out, given up and quit.  One month ago they were spiraling out of control, looking lost (at times) on the court and appeared to be out of the equation for an NCAA tournament berth.  Lesser teams would …

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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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    Duck Basketball — Where’s the Love?

    Oregon leads the nation in Scoring and comes in at No. 7 in Field Goal Efficiency – but where’s the love?  Granted, some of the other stats rankings aren’t as special: assists, No. 24 (which is certainly solid but not elite) and rebounding, No. 155. On the surface, rebounding …

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  • DanaCS

    Ducks Snatch Victory From the Jaws of a Cougar

    The 13th-ranked Oregon Ducks defeated an upset-minded BYU team, 100-96 in OT, to improve to 11-0 on the season. In a matchup of two of the top offensive teams in the nation, many had expected the kind of fireworks the two teams provided in the overtime thriller. And once again when the outcome seemed …

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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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  • Jason Calliste Featured Image Craig Strobeck

    Duckling Profile: Jason Calliste. . .Sudden Impact

    Craig Strobeck The Oregon Ducks are riding high following a 28 point win against UC Irvine and advancing their record to 10-0.  Three games away from the start of conference play, Oregon and Arizona are the only Pac-12 teams still undefeated.  How have they been …

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  • Bb

    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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  • Houston transfer Joseph Young commits to Oregon

    University of Houston guard Joseph Young visited Oregon last week and has committed to the Ducks. The 6′ 3″, 185-lb sophomore averaged 18 points per game for the Cougars this past season and shot 42 percent from three-point land.  Young added to an already impressive appeal …

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  • Dotson8

    One Duck in Pac-12′s Top 12…

    I’m not going to be that guy to sit here and yap on about how Oregon basketball was talented this season and performed to expectations.  Coming into the season there were arguably no go-to guys – EJ Singler being the clear veteran scorer, though – …

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  • Stealing The Show: A Story Of Two Tales

    The University of Oregon Men’s Basketball team has had an amazing turnaround this year.  The seniors, freshmen and everyone in between have stepped up – especially down the stretch – relentlessly continuing to push forward as they eye their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament …

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