Your morning helping of Oregon Ducks news.
The Civil War ends with a whimper, we get to know a bit more about an Oregon commit, and Track tries to get by in Austin.
Not only did I go to the Corvallis Applebees last night, I went and saw the "Star Trek: Into Darkness" at the Carmike Theater. Great night out but unfortunately, I'm having this overwhelming urge to move to SFO and start up Starfleet Academy.
Your daily dose of Oregon Ducks news including updates on Civil War baseball, Softball's win over BYU, a special seat at PK Park that honors POW/MIA soldiers, odds the men's basketball team will with the 2013-14 national championship and more.
Oregon softball starts their run at the Women's College World Series tonight, as they host BYU. The Ducks host the Beavers in a Civil War likely for the Pac-12 title starting tomorrow. It'll be a good weekend for Oregon sports.
In today's fix, we talk Mark Helfrich and how he's ready to take over from Chip. We also look at the baseball and softball teams as they get closer to the NCAA tournament, and Track goes for more conference titles.
Your daily dose of Oregon Ducks news and links including updates on the Oregon Softball team's run at a conference championship, football commit Torrodney Prevot and Kenjon Barner talking "Madden NFL 25".
Spring practices are over for every team in the country, and Rob Moseley takes a quick look at each opponent Oregon will be facing and their main storylines. I think I'm most intrigued by Cal....
Gotta race out this morning, so no movie quote. Let's get straight to the Quack: Oregon baseball notched another win last night, defeating Seattle U., 12-7. Mitchell Tolman went 3-4 with 7 RBI...
Your daily collection of Oregon Duck links. Today we talk the NFL Draft and Dion Jordan, changes to the spring game, and more from Oregon's battle with the NCAA.
Links and articles to Ducks sports including summary of the series against Ucla in baseball and the Dual Meet in Track and Field against Arkansas