Oregon Ducks News for March 5, 2014
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Jairus Byrd a good safety option for Green Bay Packers, Chicago...

The Bills' free safety is among the premier playmakers at the position, and Sporting News' No. 2 overall unrestricted free agent.

10-second rule set aside, Waverly Austin's big game, Trail Blazers...

Plus, Devon Collier's achievement, and MLS Jersey Week.

Oregon Ducks baseball: Coach George Horton on pitcher Jeff Gold,...

Horton talked about how the Ducks responded to losing all three games against Cal State Fullerton last weekend by beating Seattle in a doubleheader on Tuesday, which helps prepare the team for this weekend against Ohio State.

Mark Helfrich hangs with Oregon Pit Crew: Ducks tweet of the...

The football head coach turns up with the students for Oregon's victory over Arizona State.

Oregon's regular-season finale against No. 3 Arizona sells out...

This is Oregon's first sellout of the season at home.

Why do Oregon Ducks Run Slower at the Combine?

The Oregon Ducks arguably play faster than any team in the country. Athletes are recruited based off their speed and the strength and conditioning team trains them to be faster. So why doesn't their speed carry over to the NFL Combine? The combine has come and gone and the uncomfortable meat market at times takes a break until schools run their pro days.  Oregon is a school that has prided itself on having the fastest players in the country.  So why don't they perform that way at the combine

Waverly Austin, Oregon basketball's biggest enigma, becomes UO's...

The Oregon big man said his improved play is a sign of his "urgency" to play well before his UO career ends.

National view on college football's proposed 10-second rule:...

The national perspective on the proposed 10-second rule.

Class of 2014 DT in a holding pattern [$]

The Oregon Ducks are done with the Class of 2014 and have already gotten their first commitment from the Class of 2015. But wait a minute. The Ducks still may add another player to the prior class before all is said and done.

Johnson talks Texas offer

Kirk Johnson has always liked Texas a lot especially since his father, Johnnie, played there. After he received an offer from the Longhorns in recent days things got even more real.

Johnson brothers talk UT offers [$]

Nobody traveled further than brothers Kirk Johnson and Collin Johnson to attend Saturday's UT Longhorn junior day. It was worth the effort for both.

Oregon State's Scott Rueck named Pac-12 coach of the year in...

Also, Oregon's Jillian Alleyne and Oregon State's Ruth Hamblin and Sydney Wiese are named All-Pac-12 selections. Alleyne and Hamblin earn All-Defensive nods. And Weise and Oregon's Chrishae Rowe are named All-Freshman Team picks.

College football's proposed 10-second rule is withdrawn before...

EUGENE -- A college football rules proposal that would have ensured defenses 10 seconds to substitute after each play will not be in effect for the 2014 season after its own fate was rendered moot by a own last-minute...

5 SEC coaches lead nationwide fight against 'Saban rule' that...

Mississippi's Hugh Freeze, Auburn's Gus Malzahn, Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin, Tennessee's Butch Jones and South Carolina's Steve Spurrier have "divided up names that we are going to call that we felt like had an interest in this."

Oregon's Mike Moser and Damyean Dotson not shocked by Ducks'...

Despite the midseason lull, senior Mike Moser and sophomore Damyean Dotson aren't surprised at Oregon's turnaround.

Nick Saban compares no-huddle offenses to cigarette smoking,...

"The issue I'm arguing for is the increased number of exposures, the player safety issue," the Alabama coach says in an interview with ESPN.

Oregon center Waverly Austin surprises with career night (video)...

The Oregon senior came out of nowhere to score five points, grab 10 rebounds and block five shots.

Ducks' bid for a fifth consecutive NCAA Indoor title comes into...

The Ducks have the potential to score big points in a number of events.

Ferris teammates like CSU [$]

After Colorado State coach Greg Lupfer offered Ferris (Tex.) teammates Derrick Walker and Javaughn Thurmon last spring, the Rams still stand as the only school to offer the talented teammates. Get the very latest on their recruitments in this premium update.

Getting to know: Royce Freeman [$]

The Class of 2014 is now part of the history books and much of the attention of the recruiting community has turned to the Class of 2015. At Duck Sports Authority we have one last task before we let go and that is conducting final interviews with all of Oregon's signees.

Quack Fix: Basketball wins 6th straight, Westhead out, baseball...

Your daily collection of Oregon Ducks links, today we round up a busy day in Oregon sports. Basketball moved to over .500 in conference play, Paul Westhead's contract won't be renewed, Oregon football got their first commit of 2015, and Links Oregon basketball picked up it's 6th straight win against ASU last night, led by....Waverly Austin? Wait, am I reading that right? The Ducks jumped out to a 15-0 lead, gave it up, but still got the victory late. Will Rubin has a bit more on Austin, w

Q & A with Oregon football recruit Zach Okun: Oregon rundown

The four-star offensive lineman said his "idea wasn't necessarily to commit" but that he was swayed by the camaraderie within the program.

Ducks extend winning streak to six [$]

The Oregon Ducks hosted the Arizona State Sun Devils on Tuesday night in hopes of continuing their five game winning streak and they did just that, winning the game 85-78.

Photos: Oregon Ducks vs Arizona State Sun Devils

The Ducks won their sixth straight game Tuesday night, taking down the Arizona State Sun Devils 85-78. Check out our best photos from the game.

Oregon 85, Arizona State 78: Moser, Austin lead the way as Ducks...

An unlikely hero aided the Ducks in their win over the Sun Devils The Ducks defense spent the first minute of the game under siege from the ASU offense as they collected a pair of offensive rebounds, but a steal and dunk by Joseph Young ignited the Ducks offense as they jumped out to a 15-0 lead which had Matthew Knight Arena rocking. Arizona State would respond closing the lead to 17-16 but were never able to get over the hump as Oregon used timely offense and stingy defense to come away with

Ducks Ride The Wave [$]

EUGENE - For forty minutes Oregon had the rim protector they've so coveted. After struggling with bigger all teams, Waverly Austin neutralized the Arizona State front court players and the Ducks won a key Pac-12 game 85-78 at Matthew Knight Arena.

Austin's career night leads UO over ASU, off NCAA bubble

Oregon senior Waverly Austin grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds and blocked a career-high five shots in Tuesday night's 85-78 victory over Arizona State.

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