Oregon Looks to Finish Season Strong, Hopeful for NCAA Tournament

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It’s no secret that the Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team has flown under the radar all season long. Despite the fact that the Ducks have one of the youngest rosters in the Pac-12 conference, head coach Dana Altman has established a winning environment by preaching ball movement, unselfishness and pride. Of course, the team wouldn’t be successful if the players …

Here Come the Ducks: A Look Into the Future

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One of the most important things that we learn about this game called “life” is to live in the moment. We’re taught to appreciate each and every single day and to take advantage of every opportunity that comes our way. Well, I think I want to look a bit into the future. More specifically, I want to look into the …

Oregon Comes Out Victorious in its Last Home Game

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Dillon Brooks scored 19 points and pulled down eight rebounds, Joseph Young added 14 points, and Elgin Cook put up 12 points of his own to help the Oregon Ducks come out on top in a 69-58 victory over the No. 9 Utah Utes on Sunday afternoon. The Ducks (20-8, 10-5 Pac-12) came into Sunday’s game fighting for their NCAA …

Three Reasons to Attend Oregon’s Basketball Last Home Game

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This Sunday officially marks the last home game for the Oregon basketball game team when they square off against Utah. Matthew Knight Arena will most likely be packed for this game as fans want to have their last chance of seeing the Ducks play before they embark on their last three away games and hopefully, earn a berth into the …

We All Know Grasu Wants to Play, But Will He?

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With only two days left until the commencement of the 101st Rose Bowl, the Ducks have been utilizing the last couple of days to recap their game plan come kickoff. This especially includes sharpening things on the defensive side of the ball  in order to stop “Famous” Jameis Winston from controlling the game. On the offensive side, one of the …

Oregon’s Top 3 Moments of the 2014 Season

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As yesterday marked the beginning of the college football bowl games, it also started the countdown for the Ducks showdown against the Seminoles on January 1. This in fact is the biggest game of the year for Oregon and there’s no doubt that they’ll be grasping to the idea of going all-out. However, as important as it is to focus …

Three Key Questions Going Into the Civil War

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Ladies and Gentleman, today is the 2014 edition of the Civil War. This college football rivalry has been recorded as the seventh most played college football rivalry game. Heading into this game, Oregon State stands at an overall record of 5-6, while the speedy Ducks are 10-1. Today is another big game Oregon needs to win if they want to …

Catching Up with Hamani Stevens

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  After having a second bye week, the Ducks are back in action preparing for this Saturday’s afternoon game against Colorado. This is going to be quite a special night for everyone as it’s the last game home game of the season. However and most importantly, this is “Senior Night!” This Saturday will be a magical night for the seniors …

Three Takeaways from Ducks’ Bye Week

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Bye weeks have always been considered a good thing for any sport team, and this bye seems to be exactly what Oregon needs after a brutal game against the Utah Utes. The Ducks suffered significant injuries during the game — the biggest and most saddening was Pharaoh Brown‘s. The TE went down with a devastating season-ending knee injury. Plus, well-respected …

Catching up with Ducks Assistant Coach Tom Osborne

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It can be both a good and bad thing when a team has a bye week. For the Ducks, it’s more of a good thing as they were pretty banged up going into the Utah game last Saturday. Against the Utes, it seemed as if the “injury bug” continued biting Oregon’s key players such as center Hroniss Grasu, cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu and tight end …

College Football Playoff Committee Says Ducks Need Convincing Bye Week

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It is a much-needed bye week for your Oregon Ducks as they catch their breath after the Utah game. Oregon defeated the Utes handily, and without any bizarre or memorable plays. Except for the one I can’t watch enough. Now would be the time to ponder the playoffs, and see what may be ahead for the Ducks as they approach …

“SuperMariota” favorite for the Heisman Trophy

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After a fantastic week 11 in the 2014 College Football season, the Heisman Trophy competition has never been more intense. Teams such as Mississippi State, Alabama, Florida State, and Oregon try to remain or rise up in the College Football Playoff Top 25 rankings and the country’s most outstanding players are attempting to push up their stock in order to …