It will be another year without a National Championship for the Ducks and their fans, but that night we lost something even more meaningful — the ability to say we witnessed one of the greatest games in Oregon football history.
The Ducks can put themselves in the best possible position with a win over USC on Saturday. From there, Oregon’s fate could be tied to the Oklahoma Sooners.
Oregon volleyball beat another No. 1 team last weekend and should now be considered one of the nation’s top teams heading into the NCAA Tournament.
Fans feel an undeniable connection to their sporting idols. But who really knows someone like Jerry Sandusky?
The Ducks proved a point on Saturday against the Cardinal, but a return to the BCS National Championship Game is unlikely.
Both Oregon and Stanford are top ten teams now, but the future of at least one team could look very different.
The Ducks look much improved since the Cowboy Classic, particularly on defense.
Fan behavior at Husky Stadium was dangerous, and emblematic of a larger problem.
Bryan Bennett has been impressive, but Darron Thomas is still the leader of the Oregon football team.
The Black Mamba must have Lane Kiffin and the Trojans shaking their heads.
The development of freshman outside hitter Liz Brenner is critical to Oregon’s success this season.
Pay proper attention to Oregon’s track stars as football takes on the Cougars this weekend.
With its one loss coming against the nation’s top team, Oregon is the best of the beaten.
If healthy, the Oregon women’s basketball team has the players to make a run in the Pac-12 this year.
Last Saturday, with Oregon’s running game rolling, Bennett proved he’s a worthy backup against a ranked squad from Arizona State.
When I first started at the Emerald, having a weekly column was like a dream come true. I could finally unleash the inner Bill Simmons that I was convinced was lurking somewhere within me. The sounding board that I’d coveted since middle school was right there, in the form of a blank Microsoft Word document each week.
The NCAA’s new football taunting rule is misguided and harmful to the sport.
A stint on the bench for Oregon’s superstar running back could open doors for others on the team.
Oregon has a team that some expect to make an NCAA Tournament appearance for the first time since 2008. Coupled with an NBA season that could very easily be canceled altogether, Duck fans might be stuck watching this new team for more than a few games in 2011-12.
Though ducking the media would have been understandable, James instead put on a show in a press conference that illustrated everything that makes him special.
Expectations of a record crowd put even more pressure on the Ducks to perform against a top flight opponent.
Oregon’s look against Cal is sure to set the Ducks apart in more ways than one.
Sept. 26, 2009 is a date that will stay with me long past my time here at the University.
For the first time in years, a distinct preseason buzz surrounds the men’s basketball team.
Facing off with five of the nation’s top six teams could make or break Oregon’s season.