Well, it was a good weekend for Oregon athletics. Oregon basketball won it's second game in a row, something that was unthinkable a couple weeks ago, and Oregon baseball won a series against the defending champion Fresno State Bulldogs. On to the links!
- Oregon beat OSU last night on the strength of a 51 point second half, winning 79-69. They turned things on in the second half, and played with a ridiculous amount of energy. On the defensive end, they were flying around, letting no shot go uncontested. Along with this Oregon didn't turn the ball over in the second half (only 1 of their 10 total turnovers were in the second half), and this led to a 19-0 run. After all the struggles Oregon has had this year starting the second half, this was a welcome change.
- Oregon baseball won their series against FSU, despite losing the final game 10-3 on a dreary, rainy day. Freshman Antony Kreitz hit the first Duck homer at PK Park in the 9th, though the game was out of reach by that point. Overall, the series was a strong effort by the Ducks, but you don't win them all in baseball, and taking the series was all we could hope for.
- Apparently Bryce Brown had a very good weekend in LSU. But then again, the source for this info is his "mentor" Brian Butler, whose investigation by the NCAA is going to continue for a few more weeks.
- In other football news, Rob Moseley jumps on the spring preview bandwagon, and Ted Miller continues his look around the Pac-10 by position, looking today at each team's running back situation.
As always, leave your links in the comments. GO DUCKS!