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    Things I Would Rather Do Than Watch the World Cup

    Biggest sporting event in the world! Dwarfing the Super Bowl and the NCAA Tournament combined! More than one $Billion wagered worldwide! Watched in more than 800 million homes worldwide in 356 countries in three galaxies! Sport with the most openly phallic trophy in the history of the world! Just stop! …

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    Because an Oregon Mom is the Best Mom

    Good morning, Ducks!  It’s Mother’s Day weekend and FishDuck.com/momrockssohard is the place to come for Mother’s Day gift ideas.  If your Mom is the Duck fan that I think she is, one of these shirts may be just the thing to make sure you get …

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    Aaaand They’re Off!

    It’s the first Saturday in May and that means its time for the Kentucky Derby.  The food, the mint juleps, the pageantry … All of which make the Kentucky Derby the most exciting two minutes in sports … east of watching Beaver fans leave the …

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  • Oregon baseball: Scott Heineman out for year but is ‘slam dunk’ to gain extra season

    Oregon baseball infielder Scott Heineman will undergo labrum surgery in April after straining his left shoulder on a swing against Loyola Marymount on Feb. 23 and re-tweaking it on March 14 against USC. The surgery will cost Heineman his junior season, but Oregon head coach George Horton said after Sunday’s 3-1 win over Utah that […]

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  • Oregon baseball: Ducks feel pressure to handle hobbling Utes this weekend

    Last weekend, the Oregon State baseball team came into Utah’s Smith’s Ballpark and dominated. The Utes lost by a combined score of 19-2, averaged five hits per outing and never held a lead in the three games. This wasn’t much of a surprise, as Oregon State is ranked fourth in the nation and Utah is one of […]

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  • Oregon baseball: Several signs of light in losing effort for Ducks’ first Pac-12 game

    The normally sure-handed Tyler Baumgartner was having a rough defensive night, but he didn’t do anything egregious  going into the eighth inning. The right fielder missed a catchable ball on a diving effort in the first inning and bobbled a ball off the wall in the third inning during a run-scoring play, but the first […]

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  • Emerald roundtable: Oregon baseball begins Pac-12 play this weekend against USC

    Every week during baseball season, our sports staff will discuss various topics surrounding an upcoming Oregon series. Today, digital sports editor Victor Flores and sports reporters Andrew Bantly and Madison Guernsey discuss Oregon’s performance in non-conference play and preview the Ducks’ first Pac-12 series against USC this weekend at PK Park. 1) How would you […]

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  • Raw video: George Horton on the Pac-12 and Oregon’s pitching rotation

    ) Before Oregon baseball practice Wednesday afternoon, head coach George Horton discussed the Ducks’ upcoming series versus USC, his impressions of the Pac-12 as a whole and his starting pitching rotation of Tommy Thorpe, Matt Krook and Jeff Gold. Follow Victor Flores on Twitter @vflores415

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    Pac-12 Power Positions: Running Backs

    With months to go before the start of the 2014 football season, we’re forced to feed our football addiction by taking a look at some of the returning talent.  Throughout the Pac-12 this last year, running backs dazzled fans all over the conference and kept …

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    The Unholy Mess That Is Football Recruiting

    National Letter of Intent day has come and gone.  How your Webfoots fared depends on who you ask.  National publications list Oregon’s class in the 22-26 range.  Those posting on Oregon message boards rank the class anywhere from “The bestest class in the history of …

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