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Ducks Gain Quarterback Pledge

Published: May 27, 2011

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After catching a brief glimpse of Eugene this Friday Whitney High School star quarterback Jake Rodrigues decided to end the recruiting process and pledge to Chip Kelly and the Ducks. Rodrigues who measures in at 6’3” 215 pounds chose Oregon over offers from Miami, Arizona State, and Washington among others. The Rocklin California resident is [...]


Oregon Advances on to CBI Final

Published: March 24, 2011

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After the Creighton Bluejays dispatched the University of Central Florida in the first semifinal of the CBI it was up to the Oregon Ducks to finalize a title matchup between the Dana Altman led Ducks and the Creighton Bluejays, the team that Altman had coached for the previous seventeen years. Standing in the Ducks path [...]


Ducks sweep the Civil War

Published: February 20, 2011

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Dana Altman has done it again, this time leading Oregon to a regular season sweep in the Civil War. The Altman led Ducks prevailed 82-63 in the first Civil War game in Matt Knight Arena, leaving the Ducks sitting with seven wins and seven losses in conference heading down the homestretch. I think its safe [...]


Dana Altman has the Ducks exceeding expectations

Published: February 14, 2011

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Days after the late March announcement that Dana Altman would be the new coach of the Oregon Ducks basketball program, I remember watching a local news special about the new hire and the public reaction. I had been advised to watch because a couple of my friends were interviewed for the piece and of course [...]


WR Farmer & LB Gibson Talk UO (Videos)

Published: November 10, 2010

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Fighton247.com has posted interviews with Farmer and Gibson on youtube. Gibson and Farmer are two of the big trio (Marqise Lee being the third) from Junipero Serra High School. All three are considered top 50 recruits. GEORGE FARMER JASON GIBSON


Ducks Add Cali LB

Published: September 29, 2010

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According to 247sports.com, LB Rahim Cassell out of Lakewood, California has committed to the Oregon Ducks. Cassell was originally committed to Florida earlier this year, but decommitted shortly after. Cassell then reopened his recruitment and visited Oregon during their game vs Portland State. And only a couple weeks later, Cassell made the decision to be [...]


Looking At The Class Of 2009: Trevor Fox

Published: February 4, 2009

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It didn’t take long for Trevor Fox to decide where he would spend his college career. This 6’4” 290 pound offensive lineman committed to Oregon in June shortly after a visit to Eugene. What stood out to him during his visit was the way people acted and treated him. He said it was a lot [...]


Eaton Named Athlete of the Week

Published: February 3, 2009

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INDIANAPOLIS – University of Oregon junior Ashton Eaton has been named USA Track & Field’s Athlete of the Week after winning the men’s heptathlon over the weekend at the Washington Invitational Saturday in Seattle, Wash. The 2008 NCAA Outdoor champion, Eaton set a personal and school record in winning the men’s heptathlon with 6,174 points. [...]


Are Ducks Still Recruiting QB?

Published: February 2, 2009

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With the 2009 recruiting class almost wrapped up as players can sign their letters of intent with their choice of schools starting Wednesday the 4th coaches are scrambling to fill their classes or find their last big get. While Oregon was primarly focusing on Tajh Boyd from Virginia there was also another quarterback the Ducks [...]


Chalk Up Another Florida RB Interested In Oregon

Published: February 1, 2009

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Finishing his first year in Niceville, FL and playing for the local high school produced great results for the Oklahoma transplant Roy Finch. So well that the 5’8 170 pound running back with 4.41 forty speed has earned the attention of a few big name schools from across the nation including two offers. “Right now [...]


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