Oregon signee Ariana Washington: Oregon signee Raevyn Rogers: Oregon signee Ashlee Moore: Baylor/Team USA sprinter Trayvon Brommel:
LOS ANGELES, Calif.– On the eve of the 2014 Pac-12 football media days in Los Angeles, GoDucks.com editor in chief Rob Moseley announced that linebacker Rahim Cassell was no longer with the Oregon program. KEZI 9 News Sports Director Jake Zivin has more on Cassell’s departure in his media days preview. Oregon head coach Mark … Continue reading »
Eugene, Ore.– KEZI Sports’ Mike Skow spoke with Tracktown USA & UO Athletics’ Vin Lananna this week about the upcoming IAAF World Junior Championships as well as the Duck men’s track & field team winning this year’s NCAA Outdoor title at last month’s championships in Eugene. See our full conversation here.
2014 has been the year of Devon Allen. The Ducks’ dual-sport sensation burst onto the scene in Spring, winning a NCAA and USATF national title in the 110-meter hurdles. But Allen says he’s a football player first. His breakout track season has many wondering if he should give up football. Watch his 1-on-1 interview with … Continue reading »
Oregon distance runner Maggie Schmaedick: Oregon steeplechaser Chris Mulverhill: Oregon signee Raevyn Rogers: Oregon signee Ashlee Moore: Oregon signee jumper Nate Moore:
Distance runner Mary Cain: Oregon pole vaulter Cole Walsh: Oregon signee Ariana Washington: Oregon signee Nate Moore: Oregon signee Ashlee Moore: Oregon signee John Nizich:
Spokane pitcher Darrell Hunter: ;
EUGENE, Ore.– Laura Roesler is queen of the NCAA indoor & outdoor 800 Meters. She sat down with KEZI 9 Sports’ Mike Skow to talk about her college track experience & what’s next, home life in Fargo, ND and what she doesn’t want her coach to know about her favorite Eugene food spot.
Former Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon: Former Oregon tight end Ed Dickson: Former Oregon running back Kenjon Barner:
EUGENE — Oregon softball coach Mike White sits down with KEZI 9 Sports Director Jake Zivin for a one-on-one interview to discuss Oregon’s run to the Women’s College Women’s Series, his future at Oregon, and if he would leave Eugene if a new softball stadium isn’t built.