The No. 3 Oregon Ducks put on quite show Saturday night, shutting out the No. 20 Arizona Wildcats 49 – 0 and racking up four interceptions. The Ducks offense finished with 228 rushing yards with 267 receiving yard. The Ducks shutout a conference opponent for the first time since 2003.
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 …
More coverage on the way from the Emerald’s sports team. For now, check out these images or scroll through our liveblog. The last time Fresno State beat Oregon at Autzen Stadium was in 1982. At quarterback for Fresno State was a young gun named Jeff Tedford, later one of former Oregon head coach Mike …
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Oregon running back LaMichael James held a short press conference Friday afternoon to discuss his early entry into the NFL Draft. James will take a term off from school to train for the NFL Draft Combine in February.
It was supposed to be Washington’s gallant closing ceremony for 92-year-old Husky Stadium. Instead, Oregon stole the show Saturday night. Just as the Ducks have in each of their seven previous matchups with the Huskies, Oregon won by a three-score margin, extending the longest winning streak in the history of the teams’ rivalry.
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The NCAA’s new football taunting rule is misguided and harmful to the sport.
After ninth-ranked Oregon defeated California 45-13 Thursday night on ESPN, it was another busy weekend full of Pac-12 football action. Arizona State and Stanford improved to 3-0 in league play, while Oregon State picked up its first win of the season over Arizona. Here’s a quick look at the results from the weekend and what’s on tap for week seven.
After narrowly escaping the Golden Bears last year in Berkeley, the Ducks are preparing for another closely contested game.
Golden Bears must halt LaMichael James for a realistic chance to win at Autzen Stadium.
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