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PORTLAND, Ore. — Payton Pritchard struggled on Tuesday night, shooting 4-11 from the field and committing six turnovers. But with the game on the line, he confidently sunk a stepback three and sealed one of Oregon’s (3-0) most impressive nonconference wins in recent memory, an 82-74 victory …

While the Oregon men’s basketball performance didn’t quite match the historic night for the women’s team just a few hours earlier, Dana Altman’s crew had themselves a fantastic night of their own in a 106-75 win over Boise State on Saturday. 

Freshman Lillian Mould rebounded in the consolation round on Saturday, earning a win in both singles and doubles play. Mould’s performance was silver lining in what was otherwise a tough tournament for Oregon women’s tennis. 

Oregon’s College Football Playoff hopes were seemingly dashed the moment Auburn’s Seth Williams caught the game-winning touchdown with nine seconds remaining in Week 1.

In the last three games, the Ducks have given up 30 points per game, uncharacteristic for a defense that held teams to just 7.6 points per game the previous six matchups. Nevertheless, the No. 7 Ducks still stand at 8-1 with three regular season games to go.

The last three wins for Oregon football have all been huge in their different ways, but they are linked by a common theme: none of them have caused head coach Mario Cristobal and his squad to get ahead of themselves. 

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The Oregon men’s tennis team won twice Wednesday at the ITA National Tournament in Newport Beach, California, including a singles win from Joshua Charlton and a doubles win from Charlton and his partner Ty Gentry.

Two and a half minutes into the second half, Oregon point guard Payton Pritchard ripped the ball from Fresno State guard Jarred Hyder and dished it ahead to his former high school teammate and New Mexico State transfer Anthony Mathis. Mathis converted a layup and extended the Ducks lead to 1…

With just under five minutes to play in the first half, Oregon’s lone center collapsed to the floor and the previously boisterous Matt Knight crowd, fell silent. Francis Okoro quickly arose after writhing in pain on the ground. He grimaced, gripping his left shoulder and quickly headed to th…