In their final round of play at the Tallahassee Regional, the Ducks (-8) fell four spots to finish in eighth place overall. The Ducks fell just short — two strokes to be exact — of making what would have been their 26th all-time appearance at the NCAA Championships as Oklahoma (-10) outlasted South Florida (-10) [...]
The Ducks have advanced to the Super Regionals for the second time in two years after shutting out the Wisconsin Badgers 3-0 in the Eugene Regional title game. As the Ducks continue their quest for an NCAA title at the upcoming Super Regionals, they will have their home crowd behind them, which wasn’t the case [...]
Heading into round two of the NCAA Tallahassee Regional, the University of Oregon men’s golf team holds a commanding position as they sit in a tie for fourth place with Georgia Tech and South Florida in the overall team standings. The Ducks (-8) shot an impressive 280 in round one this morning and will be looking [...]
The University of Oregon women’s golf team shot a 13-over 297 in round two of play and currently hold the eighth spot in the pool of 24 teams. Eight teams will advance to the NCAA finals in conclusion of the three-round tournament tomorrow afternoon. Currently leading all teams is No. 12 Purdue (291-286-577). Leading the way once [...]
A new bill that was presented by Representative Brent Barton (D-Oregon City) will force coaches to be responsible for their actions when they were employed. The proposed bill will hold college coaches responsible for breaking NCAA sanctions when they decide to leave before facing NCAA discipline. Currently, the University of Oregon, players and fans will [...]
Imagine for a moment the life of a champion collegiate athlete: Day after day, countless hours are devoted to a pristine balance of athletics and academics. Drive and enthusiasm on the court, track or field is matched only by the perseverance in classroom activities demanded by scholarship contracts. For nine months of the year, you work to [...]
Late Monday night, documents were released that showed the University of Oregon and NCAA acknowledged that “major violations” had occurred within the athletic department. Since these documents have come to light, they have been dissected and scrutinized by college football pundits across the nation. While the end result for the Ducks is still several months [...]
According to KATU in Portland, the station received documents stating both the University of Oregon and the NCAA Enforcement Committee agreed the school committed a series of “major violations” between 2008 and 2011. Now the question becomes, what does this mean for the future of the Oregon football program? The simple answer, while not very [...]
Portland’s KATU.com received documents Monday from the University of Oregon that give Duck fans the first real glimpse into the NCAA violations the football program faces. The documents, which were obtained through a records’ request the station made back in September, detail the violations agreed upon by both the NCAA and the Oregon athletic department. [...]
Oregon lost to Louisville in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Championship Tournament Friday night. On Saturday morning, the next season began for everyone but the seniors. “It starts right now — we got to keep this feeling in the back of our heads and push forward from here,” freshman Ben Carter added. While [...]
My Twitter feed was hit by a bolt of lightning on Tuesday, as hundreds of tweets and retweets rolled in about a new leaked photo of Oregon’s Spring Game helmets. The snowy, digital camouflage lids looked sexy, I had to admit, and according to Trendmap, it garnered social media reaction in every state in the [...]
With all the chatter focusing on Kelly’s transition to the NFL many overlooked the fact that the athletic department will be receiving a little extra income as a result of Kelly’s change of heart.
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The University of Oregon is anticipating a meeting with the NCAA’s committee on infractions this spring due to its relationship with prep adviser and recruiter Willie Lyles, according to Yahoo! Sports. “Sources with knowledge of the Ducks’ discussions” say the school failed to satisfy the NCAA through summary disposition. Neither the NCAA nor the athletic [...]
Johnny Manziel’s family and Texas A&M are moving to trademark the nickname “Johnny Football” ESPN’s Darren Rovell reports.
A USC student manager was dismissed from the team following the Oregon-USC game Saturday night after deflating the pressure of game balls used by the Trojans. According to USC’s Ripsit Blog, the student manager was relieved of all his duties after it was discovered the student altered the pressure of the game balls below NCAA-regulated [...]
Jerry Sandusky got whacked in the face. He deserved it. Thirty to 60 years in prison isn’t nearly enough for what he did, but he will die in jail. And that is how it should be. Everybody who covered for him at Penn State got whacked in the face as well, or they are in [...]
University Athletic Director Rob Mullens sent this press release to the University community this morning regarding NCAA rules and regulations for prospective and current student athletes. Dear Duck Fan: The University of Oregon is committed to continuing to reach the highest levels of success, both academically and athletically. As an institution, we are dedicated to [...]
When Oregon brought back baseball in 2007 and hired George Horton away from Cal State Fullerton, they sent a message to the Pac-10 and the country that they planned a quick rebuild and contention for a College World Series sooner rather than later. Now with Horton’s contract set to expire next month and both sides [...]
The Ducks found their swing on Sunday, consistently moving players around the diamond to eight runs, defeating the Austin Peay Governors 8-1. With the win, the Ducks advance to the Super Regional, the final step before the College World Series in Omaha.