Voters seem to be ignoring another sensational season from Oregon’s junior running back. LaMichael James’ Heisman candidacy is flying under the radar.
The Oregon defense is off to a rough start, but it’s too early to point fingers.
The essence of being a Duck is rooted in customs of both the past and present.
There will be a lot of new faces on the Oregon men’s basketball team in 2011-12, giving Duck fans a reason to get excited for something other than football.
Fueled by last year’s postseason snub, Jim Moore and the Oregon volleyball team could be in for a special year.
Cliff Harris and Kiko Alonso were both reinstated last week, and they’ll likely see much more of the field this weekend against Missouri State.
Oregon’s performance against LSU last Saturday will loom like an ever-expanding storm cloud over Eugene for the rest of the 2011 season. The Ducks could go 11-0 the rest of way and win the Pac-10 Championship Game, and it wouldn’t matter. The scars would remain.
Oregon fans endured another long offseason. On Saturday, they’ll be rewarded with a huge matchup against LSU in Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
As a one-time member of the University of Oregon varsity athletics staff, it hit close to home for me when Ducks football recently came under fire for possibly breaking National Collegiate Athletics Association rules. Months earlier, followers of Oregon football cheered their team to the national title game. The focus today remains on football, but for not-so-happy reasons — suspicions that coaches cheated to get star players to campus.
With Seastrunk’s redshirt freshman year steadily approaching, the five-star recruit out of Temple Texas has made more headlines than any Oregon player. Soon we’ll hear his side of the story.
The temptation to break juicy stories about college athletes can be irresistible, but the media should make sure to be responsible in their reporting.
What are the biggest issues facing college athletics? How best should we tackle them? What are the consequences of these actions?
Oregon concludes its 2011 season over the weekend, and draft-eligible juniors like Tyler Anderson, Scott McGough and Madison Boer could turn pro soon.
Oregon’s newest basketball recruiting class looks to be the strongest since 2008, with hopefully a better outcome.
This week’s matchup gives the Ducks a chance to build their confidence heading into the offseason.
In the few years since the Oregon athletic department created online student ticket distribution, has it really bettered the experience for students?
A recent stretch of strong play proves Ducks have the requisite talent to contend next season, even if making the postseason this year isn’t in the cards.
The Oregon football team has produced some outstanding players at the center position in recent years — Max Unger, Jordan Holmes — and Hamani Stevens hopes to be next on the list.
Sports media must remember to treat athletes as individual human beings, not just pawns in a game.
College sports fans love seeing their teams win, but at what cost to the purpose and lifeblood of long-standing rivalries?
The NCAA’s decision to force college basketball players to make their draft decisions in mid-April doesn’t allow players enough time to gather the facts.
The Ducks have an opportunity to beat a struggling UCLA team for the first time since 2004 and pick up momentum heading into postseason play.
Oregon baseball’s head coach and players are clearly frustrated, but maturity will aid the Ducks in future play.
Oregon had big plans for the 2011 outdoor season — plans that have been threatened by a host of injuries to top athletes.
Oregon linebacker Kiko Alonso’s second arrest earned him an indefinite suspension and potentially cost him his career.