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EUGENE, Ore. – Just two days after the Oregon Women’s basketball team knocked off seventh ranked Arizona, the Ducks were back at home facing another top team. Just across the street from Matthew Knight Arena, the Wild Duck Café’s doors opened at 11 AM, but people were lined up early to get a seat. “"We're getting a lot of energy really early, said Wyatt Orwick, General Manager of the Wild Duck Café. People are excited for this game we're going into a strong weekend, coming off some good serious wins, this would be a really big win for us." Not only did the marquee matchup bring a lot of duck fans to the arena, it also brought fans from over three-thousand miles away." "I'm happy that we're here with the pandemic issue and the game wasn't postponed, said A.J Rosario, a East Hartford, CT resident. “ I was keeping my fingers crossed, I was here actually in 2016." East Hartford, Connecticut is 30 minutes away from UCONN’s campus and 3,014 miles from Eugene. The Ducks won the game 72-59. EUGENE, Ore. – Just two days after the Oregon Women’s basketball team knocked off seventh ranked Arizona, the Ducks were back at home facing another top team. Just across the street from Matthew Knight Arena, the Wild Duck Café’s doors opened at 11 AM, but people were lined up early to get a seat. “"We're getting a lot of energy really early, said Wyatt Orwick, General Manager of the Wild Duck Café. People are excited for this game we're going into a strong weekend, coming off some good serious wins, this would be a really big win for us." Not only did the marquee matchup bring a lot of duck fans to the arena, it also brought fans from over three-thousand miles away." "I'm happy that we're here with the pandemic issue and the game wasn't postponed, said A.J Rosario, a East Hartford, CT resident. “ I was keeping my fingers crossed, I was here actually in 2016." East Hartford, Connecticut is 30 minutes away from UCONN’s campus and 3,014 miles from Eugene. The Ducks won the game 72-59. MLK holiday and marquee matchup draws big crowd at Ducks game