Web Extra: UO Falls in NCAA Tournament

OMAHA, Neb.–Exactly a year to the day, No. 8 Oregon faced off against No. 1 Wisconsin in the Round of 32 in the 2015 NCAA Tournament. While the Ducks kept it close to the very end, they couldn’t pull out the win at CenturyLink Center as they fell 72-65.

Web Extra: Ducks Going to the Tournament

EUGENE, Ore.–The Ducks are going dancing! For the third straight year, Oregon Men’s Basketball is going to NCAA tournament. The Ducks are the No. 8 seed in the West region and will face No. 9 Oklahoma State in Omaha on Friday. If they win that game, they will likely play No. 1 Wisconsin.

Web Extra: Oregon State Pro Day

CORVALLIS, Ore.–NFL Scouts and GM’s made the short trip from Eugene to Corvallis on Friday to watch Oregon State’s Pro Day. All eyes were on Sean Mannion as he tried to prove that he is the third best quarterback in this year’s draft behind Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston.

Web Extra: Oregon Pro Day

EUGENE, Ore.–NFL Scouts from all over the country descended upon Oregon to watch Marcus Mariota throw at Pro Day. And in a surprise twist, Mariota took snaps from under center. Other players like Hroniss Grasu and Arik Armstead discussed the draft process.

Altman, Young, Payton Given Pac12 Honors

EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon and Oregon State Men’s Basketball programs were awarded top honors and the Ducks’ Dana Altman and Joseph Young were named Pac-12 Coach and Player of the Year. From the Beavers, Gary Payton II was named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year. After being picked to finish eighth in the Pac-12 preseason media poll, … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks on Pac-12 Honors

EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon Men’s Basketball was predicted to finish 8th in conference play, but the Ducks have surprised everyone by finishing 2nd in the Pac-12. On top of that, Dana Altman and Joseph Young were named Pac-12 Coach and Player of the Year.

Web Extra: OSU Falls in Pac-12 Quarters

SEATTLE, Wash.–Oregon State Women’s Basketball finally got on the court on Friday and the No. 1 seed fell in an upset to No. 9 Colorado, 68-65. After the game, head coach Scott Rueck and Ruth Hamblin said that the Beavers just need to take this as a life lesson and move on to begin their prep … Continue reading »

Web Extra: UO Falls in Pac-12 Tournament

SEATTLE, Wash.–Oregon Women’s basketball tipped off the 2015 Pac-12 Tournament at Key Arena in Seattle on Thursday, but they fell just short as they lost to Washington State 66-64. The Ducks finish the first season under head coach Kelly Graves with a  6-12 conference record.

Web Extra: OSU Opens Spring Practice

  CORVALLIS, Ore.–Oregon State opened their spring football practice on Tuesday with the beginning of the Gary Andersen Era. The biggest changes? OSU will shift from a pro-style offense to a spread offense.

Web Extra: Oregon Upsets No. 19 Stanford

EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon Women’s Basketball finally got their signature win with a 62-55 upset over No. 19 Stanford on senior night.

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