Topic: Oregon

Plagiarism crops up in Oregon senate race

By on Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 1:18 am.

As November approaches, political campaigns are coming about in full swing and there have been a few hiccups in the race for the Senate seat. Some troubles have come from republican candidate Dr. Monica Wehby’s campaign and accusations of plagiarism have been linked to some of the plans previously posted to her website. Current Oregon […]

Oregon soccer wins in overtime, Abby Steele claims record

By on Thursday, Sep. 25 at 8:01 pm.

As her team warmed up on the field before their Pac-12 season debut against Washington, Oregon head coach Kat Mertz just wanted the music to be louder. By the time Oregon completed its 1-0 overtime victory against the Huskies within the friendly confines of Papé Field Thursday afternoon, her ears had to be ringing with […]

Oregon rises to challenge at Washington State

By on Friday, Sep. 26 at 11:11 am.

Assistant coach Steve Greatwood’s experience had brought him to one conclusion. “They’re going to say hey, the two starting tackles are out, but there’s nothing we can do about that,” the University of Oregon coach said during the week. “More coordinators are going to try to scheme their blitzes on formations than they are on personnel from […]

Sexual assault task force issues recommendations to UO president

By on Tuesday, Sep. 23 at 2:26 pm.

The University of Oregon Senate’s Task Force to Address Sexual Assault sent its official recommendations to Interim President Scott Coltrane on Friday. This is the first action the group has taken in response to the university’s handling of an alleged sexual assault by three basketball players in May. The only recommendation with a price tag […]

Oregon minimum wage workers get 15-cent boost in 2015 to $9.25 per hour

By on Thursday, Sep. 18 at 5:48 pm.

The Oregon Board of Labor and Industry announced on Wednesday that the state’s minimum wage will increase to $9.25 per hour starting on Jan. 1. That puts Oregon $2 above the federal minimum wage of $7.25 and 7 cents below Washington, the state with the highest minimum wage. The announcement comes at a time when […]

Gameday: Here’ s how Oregon and Wyoming Stackup

By on Wednesday, Sep. 10 at 4:13 pm.

It seems like a tough act to follow, but ask anyone from players to coaches about the turnover from a top-ten matchup to a game against Wyoming and the same answer resonates. No disrespect toward Wyoming, but the national exposure following this game won’t quite be comparable. Nevertheless, Oregon will conclude its non-conference schedule Saturday […]

Gameday: Eugene natives don Oregon colors and inspire a community

By on Thursday, Sep. 11 at 12:30 pm.

As Taylor Alie took a knee to seal Sheldon High School’s 13-6 victory in the 2012 state championship game, one chapter of his life was ending while the next was just about to begin. Fast forward 21 months and Alie is currently in the middle of that next chapter, playing at Autzen Stadium on Saturday, while donning the green […]

Twitter takes on College GameDay

By on Saturday, Sep. 6 at 10:06 am.

ESPN’s College GameDay was in full effect this morning in Eugene, Oregon for the top 10 non-conference matchup between No. 3 Oregon and No. 7 Michigan State. From Lee Corso donning the customized Duck mascot head to Kirk Herbstreit picking the underdog Spartans, here are the highlights and reactions from the Twitter world. And yes, […]

GameDay Roundtable: Opinions and predictions leading up to Michigan State-Oregon

By on Wednesday, Sep. 3 at 11:23 pm.

With plenty more to discuss about the Michigan State-Oregon game this Saturday, staff reporter Ryan Kostecka, Associate Sports Editor Hayden Kim and Sports Editor Justin Wise answered a roundtable of questions, giving their thoughts and predictions leading up to the highest ranked non-conference matchup of the year.  Who or what will be the difference in whether Michigan […]

GameDay: A clash of opposites, Michigan State’s physicality meets Oregon’s speed

By on Friday, Sep. 5 at 9:46 am.

When No. 7 Michigan State lines up against No. 3 Oregon on Saturday, it’ll be a clash of opposites. Oregon’s cutting edge spread contrary to Michigan State’s traditional pro style offense. The Spartans’ 4-3 based quarters defense as opposed to the Ducks’ 3-4. It’ll feature speed against size, up-tempo versus clock management and a non-conference matchup […]

Q&A: Mark Dantonio and his brand of physicality clashes with Oregon’s cutting edge offense

By on Wednesday, Sep. 3 at 4:04 pm.

Since Mark Dantonio inherited the role as head coach of the Michigan State football team in 2007, the program has enjoyed its most successful era in the school’s history. Since 2007, Dantonio’s team has gone from a team that former Michigan running back Mike Hart called the Wolverines’ little brother to three seasons of 11 […]

Oregon soccer wins 1-0 thanks to late goal from Kristen Parr

By on Sunday, Aug. 31 at 3:49 pm.

Oregon women’s soccer concluded their participation in the Nike Tournament Sunday afternoon as they faced off against Loyola Marymount at Papé Field. In a close contest through most of the game, it was a late goal from Oregon junior forward Kristen Parr that broke the tie and gave the Ducks a 1-0 victory over the […]

Oregon volleyball rallies from early deficit to beat Illinois State in five

By on Sunday, Aug. 31 at 3:10 pm.

Oregon volleyball remains undefeated this season, winning the final game of the Oregon Invitational against Illinois State 3-2, within the friendly confines of Mathew Knight Arena on Saturday afternoon. In a series that came down to the wire, Oregon (3-0) was able to claim the victory in the fifth set despite stumbling early. Oregon found […]

Report: Oregon Five-Star commit Taj Griffin out for season

By on Monday, Aug. 25 at 4:19 pm.

Taj Griffin, the number one all-purpose running back and five-star Oregon commit, is out for the remainder of his senior season after being diagnosed with a torn ACL Monday, according to Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The McEachern High School star hurt himself while trying to make a tackle on special teams Saturday during […]