College GameDay Returns to UO Campus

EUGENE, Ore. — Saturday will be a busy day on the University of Oregon campus. ESPN’s College GameDay is returning to Eugene for a big match up against UCLA. The athletic department has confirmed that ESPN will be setting up College GameDay in the quad. That’s where it has set up the last two years … Continue reading »

Hole Putting Green at Bandon Dunes

BANDON, Ore. — There’s a new 18-hole challenge for golfers on the south Oregon Coast. Bandon Dunes has created an 18-hole putting green called the Punch Bowl. There are only a few of these anywhere in the world. It opened about a month ago, and you can play it through Oct. 31. It takes about … Continue reading »

Ducks to Sport Pink Helmets

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon Ducks will have a new look for Saturday’s game against Washington State, a little pop of color with a powerful meaning. There always seems to be anticipation over what the Ducks will wear come game day. But the latest uniform has already gone viral in a way that the team … Continue reading »

Local Gymnastics Legend Dies

EUGENE, Ore. — A gymnastics legend in Eugene has died, but his family plans to carry on his legacy. Richard (Dick) Mulvihill died Oct. 8, a day before his 85th birthday. He was an assistant coach for the U.S. gymnastics teams and coached athletes who competed in the Olympic games from the ’60s through the … Continue reading »

Franklin Leads Cal Past OSU in Dual Meet

Cal freshman, Olympian Missy Franklin: Oregon State head coach Larry Liebowitz: Cal head coach Teri McKeever: Oregon State senior Crystal Kibby: Cal junior Melanie Klaren: Courtesy: OSU Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore. – Sophomore Sammy Harrison recorded a first-place finish in the 500 freestyle Friday afternoon, as the Oregon State swim team fell to California 161-95 … Continue reading »

Drag Boat Racing Comes to Dexter Lake

DEXTER LAKE, Ore. — The weekend is revving up at Dexter Lake, as boaters arrive in town for the Columbia Drag Boat Association Northwest Nationals. Organizers say the event features some of the hottest action in the country. You’ll see drag boats that reach speeds up to 230 mph. Travel Lane County says three drag … Continue reading »

Olympian Missy Franklin at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — If you want to see an Olympic gold medalist up close, you’ll get the chance Friday. Swimmer Missy Franklin will be competing at Oregon State University. The 18-year-old won four gold medals in last year’s Olympics while she was still in high school. She’s now a freshman at Cal and will be … Continue reading »

Loud Ducks Fans Can Damage Ears

EUGENE, Ore. — Ducks fans are loud and proud when inside Autzen Stadium; but, experts say that might not be such a good thing. Autzen’s considered one of the loudest stadiums in college football, with the noise level reaching 127 decibels. Doctors from the Eugene Hearing and Speech Center say 120 decibels is the threshold … Continue reading »

Cheering On a Dream

FLORENCE, Ore. — It’s a typical Friday night at Siuslaw High School. There’s a slight chill in the air as the Vikings hosted the South Umpqua Lancers. Cheyanne Rudder, 14, a freshman at Siuslaw High, has wanted to be a cheerleader. Rudder has Down syndrome and autism and experts said she’d never go to a … Continue reading »

Tennessee Fans Visit Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — Tennessee fans have a reputation for showing their colors and support for their football team. So dedicated, some have traveled more than 2,000 miles for Saturday’s game against the Ducks. Tennessee fans say it’s a tradition to follow their team, and it was a no-brainer to travel all the way to Autzen. … Continue reading »

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