The Oregonian provides an overview of the women’s NCAA basketball tournament sweet 16. Oregon plays number 11 seed Central Michigan, one of two 11 seeds to make the sweet sixteen, on Saturday at 3 PM. A year after making an underdog run to the elite 8, Oregon faces an underdog in the sweet 16.
The Oregon women have played two games in thsi years tournament, in each game they’ve convinced the opposing coach that they are Final Four worthy. Meanwhile the team tries to take the tournament one game at a time and knows an upset can happen at any moment.
Back by popular demand, FishDuck offers some analysis on the potential for Oregon football to run the quarterback out of the pistol formation under new head coach Mario Cristobal.
Oregon women’s lacrosse lost in overtime over the weekend to number 12 USC. Overtime was forced by a goal with 8 seconds left in the game. Oregon fell to 4-3 and 2-2 in conference in their inaugural season as a varsity sport.