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  • Mark Helfrich confirms wide reciever Eric Dungy will explore option to transfer from Oregon

    Oregon head football coach Mark Helfrich confirmed this afternooon that Dungy will explore the option of transferring from Oregon. “We will continue to support Eric in pursuit of his college football dreams,” Helfrich said. “He will always be a member of the University of Oregon family. We wish him well.” ESPN reported earlier in the day that […]

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  • Oregon men’s basketball: Damyean Dotson cited for using false ID at Taylor’s Bar & Grill

    Oregon men’s basketball guard Damyean Dotson, 19, was cited and released by the Eugene Police Department for using a false identification last night in attempt to get into Taylor’s Bar & Grill. The incident occurred around 12:47 a.m., EPD spokeswoman Melinda McLaughlin said. Taylor’s security took Dotson into custody after they determined Dotson was using someone […]

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    Facebook Data Reveals Oregon Football’s Fandom and more

    Kevin Cline Using Facebook data, a map has been unveiled which dissects fan loyalty across the United States, pin-pointing it all the way down to each county.   Immediately, the Oregon green sticks out as the Ducks dominated the west with green in 10 states.  …

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    Phil Knight’s Next Project

    Kevin Cline Now that Phil Knight’s $68,000,000 has been fully dispersed for the newest of the new Duck facilities, many people wonder, what will Uncle Phil do next?  More classrooms and lecture halls?  Another library?  More offices for professors?  Maybe a giant playground?  Well, to …

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  • Remember the Man

    Legendary Oregon Track Coach (and NIKE co-founder) Bill Bowerman once said, “If you have a body, you’re an athlete.”   I interpret Bowerman’s words as meaning that whether you compete for the Ducks at Hayward Field or you’re just starting your first exercise program, you should …

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  • Oregon Athletics leading the way for academics?

    “Schools making the Sweet 16 typically see a 3% jump in student applications the following year, studies show.”  This according to D1 Ticker – a division 1 news consolidator – shows the type of power winning in the tournament has.  With just two wins, a …

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  • Oregon’s Uncle Phil

    Everyone knows the name and the face, but few people know the man. Phillip Knight is the force that most view as being behind Oregon’s rise to national prominence.  His countless efforts have put the isolated college town of Eugene, Oregon, on the map and has helped to bring in top …

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    Oregon Women # 1, Men # 4 in Capital One Cup Standings

    Created to rate the best athletic universities in the country based on a point scale, the Capital One Cup gives money back to the first place schools in the men’s and women’s categories at the end of each year.  Points are awarded for each collegiate sport based on the …

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