FootballGameDay

Oregon, Kansas State fans begin trek to Arizona

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FootballGameDay

In light of NCAA meeting, Duck fans debate Chip Kelly's future

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FootballGameDay

Willamette Week: How Chip Kelly’s focus on football ruffles boosters’ feathers

On Wednesday, Willamette Week published an in-depth look at Chip Kelly’s career at Oregon, both as a coach on the field and as an invaluable money generator off it. UO alum John Locanthi spoke to boosters, former coaches and players and members of the media to paint a portrait of a …

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Uncategorized

Our gift to you? These great stories and more

Don’t forget about us over break. We’re working hard to bring you great stories like these: → We sent sports reporter Eddie Paskal to Louisville, Ky., to cover the Ducks’ run to the NCAA volleyball national championship tournament. Check out our videos, recaps, photos and more chronicling Oregon’s historic season. …

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GameDayVolleyball

Duck fans around the country celebrate Oregon volleyball's win

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CrimeNews

Two killed, shooter dead at Clackamas Town Center; UO students, alumni present at time of shooting

At least two people were killed and up to 60 shots were fired at Clackamas Town Center outside of Portland Tuesday afternoon. A police spokesman, Lt. James Rhodes, announced that the shooter was also dead by an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, bringing the total number of fatalities to three. On …

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FootballGameDay

Former Duck LaMichael James solid in NFL debut Sunday

After 12 weeks of sitting on the sidelines, former Oregon running back and current San Francisco 49er LaMichael James finally saw his first NFL minutes Sunday against the Miami Dolphins at Candlestick Park. James was placed on the active roster for the game for the first time all season after …

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FootballGameDayNews

Oregon Duck mascot head recovered after skydiving mishap

ESPN College GameDay host Chris Fowler tweeted today that the Oregon Duck mascot head came loose while the Duck was skydiving and was apparently missing. The head was later recovered about a mile from where the Duck landed.   BREAKING NEWS: ORE Duck head has been recovered. In one piece.A …

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News

How a Mitt Romney presidency would affect your sex life

Sarah Moseley winds her way through the exam rooms and administrative offices of Planned Parenthood’s brand new $8.5 million health center on Franklin Boulevard. She makes a stop in the large, welcoming waiting room, noting that since the facility opened in early September they have seen more men than they …

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GameDayVolleyball

No. 2 Oregon volleyball remains undefeated after two sweeps in home stand

The Oregon volleyball team is in rare air this year. Still undefeated and boasting a No. 2 ranking in the country for the first time in program history, the Ducks (13-0 overall, 4-0 Pac-12) continued their winning ways with two sweeps this weekend at Matthew Knight Arena. On Friday night, …

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Cross CountryGameDay

Women's cross country looks to build on last year's success, men hope to bounce back into title contention

After a summer that saw 10 former Ducks — including four who competed in cross country at Oregon — participate in the 2012 Olympic Games in London, the attention of Track Town USA once again turns to the Ducks’ cross country team. Placing fifth in last season’s national championship — …

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Back to the Books

Global Scholars Hall, open this fall, could put other housing complexes to shame

Well, this certainly isn’t Bean. The Global Scholars Hall, which opens for business fall 2012, is the latest and greatest residence hall at the University, wiping the floor with the previous crown jewel, the Living Learning Center. Walking into the Global Scholars Hall, located next to the Natural History Museum …

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FootballGameDay

Surgery puts John Boyett out for 2012 season, potentially ends Oregon career

Senior safety John Boyett told the Napa Valley Register Sunday that he will undergo surgery this week to repair partial tears in both of his patella tendons. The surgery will end his 2012 season. Boyett read from a prepared statement: “I’ve had a lingering injury that I played through all …

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FootballGameDay

Marcus Mariota dazzles in Ducks football debut

The Honolulu native was nearly perfect in his debut, throwing for 200 yards, completing 18 of 22 passes and recording three touchdowns. And he did it all in just one and a half quarters.

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FootballGameDay

Oregon football by the numbers

144 — Rushing yards running back Kenjon Barner needs to reach 2,000 in his career 293 — Arkansas State’s average passing yards per game last year, 16th best in the country 5 — True freshmen listed on Oregon’s depth chart, including tight ends Pharaoh Brown and Terrence Daniel 7 — …

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FootballGameDay

De’Anthony Thomas, Dion Jordan lead Ducks with four watchlists

Oregon’s playmakers have been tabbed as contenders for top collegiate honors since the summer, led by running back De’Anthony Thomas and defensive end Dion Jordan, who each made it onto four watchlists. RB Kenjon Barner Maxwell Award (player of the year) Doak Walker Award (top running back) Paul Hornung Award …

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Law SchoolSpecial Sections

Burned-out adventures

It’s Sunday evening, or Saturday morning, or hell, even Wednesday afternoon, and you need a break.

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Law SchoolSpecial Sections

High-class cocktails to ‘tipple’ your fancy

So you’re a lawyer now — well, you will be (hopefully) soon. Your free-spirited undergrad days are far behind you, as should be those crappy, sugar-soaked “cocktails” you were always downing. You’re a grownup now; you better start drinking like it! These five cocktails will make you sound like a …

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News

Q&A with Michael Gottfredson

The UC Irvine’s media relations department met with him to get answers to important questions.

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News

Who is Michael Gottfredson, anyway?

Book author, executive vice chancellor and provost as well as a “glass-half-full kind of guy” are just a few samplings of his life.

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Opinion

Brown: My sad, lonely trip to see ‘Titanic in 3D’

Fifteen years waiting can drive anyone to drastic measures.

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ColumnsGameDay

Brown: Oregon football, track team could learn something from each other

Oregon track and field is basically the antithesis of Oregon football.

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News

Condolences, remembrances pour in for Pagenstecher’s sorority

University community, Fraternity and Sorority Life members using social media to mourn the loss of Chi Omega member.

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NewsOpinion

Take a Minute: Barack Obama’s same-sex marriage announcement, Maurice Sendak and cabernet sauvignon

President Obama today announced his support for same-sex marriage in a move that thrilled my Facebook friends and Twitter follows.

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NewsOpinion

Take A Minute: Jessica Simpson, barbecue cats and beads bees

Oh my stars, you guys, it finally happened: Jessica Simpson had her quintuplets.

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FoodWknd

10 ‘college cocktails’ for the student on a budget

A real cocktail is supposed to have three ingredients. But we’re in college! Who has time to make orange twists or simple syrup? Welcome to the ‘College Cocktail’: two ingredients and enjoy!

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ArchivesNews

Oregon track superfan Lynn Cox personifies Track Town USA

Lynn Cox hasn’t missed a home track meet in three years. She has season tickets to Hayward Field and prefers to sit near the track, near the athletes she’s bonded with.

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Opinion

Brown: Seeing into the future, one palm at a time

I’ll admit it right now: I’m fairly gullible. I believe in ghosts. I think something freaky is going on in the Bermuda Triangle. I definitely avoid breaking any mirrors.

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HousingSpecial Sections

Where to shop now that you’re on your own

Well, you’re finally out of the dorms and on your own. You have to cook for yourself now. But where on Earth do you buy the ingredients?

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