At approximately 11 a.m. this morning, I caved. After years of denial, dismissal and stubborn refusal, I stopped fighting what I thought was the good fight and picked up the controller. I finally played FIFA for the first time.
Two 100-yard rushers. Over 500 total yards. 27 first downs. 42 points. The Ducks didn’t play a bad game on Saturday when they dismantled Fresno State 42-25. Not hardly. But if you were to take to the twittersphere in the second half of Saturday’s game, you might think the Ducks were losing by …
While the plodding pace of the second half (which incidentally earned Marcus Mariota & Co. an uncommon win in the time of possession battle) was boring and led to many leaving Autzen early, it was a really cool thing for me to see.
Several other fall sports are currently in season and it is important as students to support their athletic accomplishments as well.
Compensation to players to use their likeness is something the company can run with.
Over the past two weeks at the U.S. Olympic Trials, a group of talented individuals came together, put their best efforts on the line and formed an elite team on a worldwide stage.
In a world dominated by male fans, male reporters, male CEOs of sports agencies — all-male everything — a female athlete’s look can be the difference between unsung hero status and media superstar.
The Duck women fell just short of an elusive crown in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Is 2012 the year?
George Horton and the Ducks are now two wins away from the holy grail of college baseball — a trip to Omaha, Neb. for the College World Series.
Undeniable tension — every play, every pitch, every moment — is what is separating this Duck postseason from previous years.
If the Ducks don’t win their regional, Keudell’s start this weekend will be the last time he takes the mound as a Duck, and that means you’re running out of chances to see one of the greatest pitchers in Oregon history. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
With an excellent track record with television production, HBO continues to offer a good product to viewers.
I am no longer a sports fanatic.
After a regular season filled with egomaniacs and narcissists, the playoffs are boiling down to teams with holistic mentalities.
I’ve noticed something in the I-don’t-even-want-to-think-about-how-many hours I’ve spent at PK Park this spring. The Ducks seem to have that so-called x-factor that special teams always seem to have.
Between the action on the court and the cinematography off of it, the Spurs have somehow been reborn as one of the coolest teams in the NBA.
While online information has helped sports fans, the same can’t be said for the media.
Playoff sports are always more intense than the regular season, but as a spectacle, the NHL playoffs are truly in a league of their own.
Days away from claiming two track and field championships, both baseball and softball may be the cherry on top with NCAA regionals.
Don’t be fooled by any of the NCAA’s claims about protecting student athletes — it’s all about self-preservation.
Oregon track and field is basically the antithesis of Oregon football.
Among my friend group and Twitter family, the NBA seems to be getting the hype and attention it deserves. However, in my opinion, the collective action gets overlooked by a large percentage of our nation’s population.
USC’s taking of the two may be enough to bring the Pac-12 back into prominence.
On the tenth anniversary of the infamous Allen Iverson “practice?” video, here are some other things that have been referenced to death.
Oregon boasts a first-class program, and the Olympic Trials are approaching. Familiarize yourself with track and field before you regret it.
The Ducks may be shorthanded once again when they travel to Arizona this weekend, but they can’t use that as an excuse in what could be the biggest series of the season.
A brief look at a few players that made waves in Oregon’s spring game on Saturday.
The NFL draft may not have gone the way Thomas wanted, but that doesn’t give fans the right to criticize him.