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Sports >  UW basketball

Washington holds off Oregon’s late rally for 61-56 win

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 24, 2019, 10:03 p.m.

Jaylen Nowell scored 20 points, capped by three free throws with 1.6 seconds left, and Washington weathered a furious Oregon rally to escape 61-56. Oregon’s last possession ended with Paul White throwing the length of the court out of bounds, and Matisse Thybulle added two more free throws for the final points.

Blog Posts


Ernie Kent after Oregon

My video camera gave out early in Ernie Kent's postgame interview, but here's what the WSU coach had to say after game.


Pregame thoughts from Eugene

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News >  Idaho

Oregon Duck Is Attractive Alternative

On Wednesday, September 5th, the Oregon Duck announced his candidacy for the President of the United States of America. The Duck made his official announcement in a brief press conference at the University of Oregon’s Casanova Center in Eugene, Oregon, through the help of translator...
News >  Idaho

Ducks Lose Ex-T-Wolf York For Year

When Oregon offensive lineman Carson York was given the prognosis of his second major knee injury in nine months, he wasn’t distraught. The former Lake City standout, who learned he’d miss the remainder of his senior season due to a broken knee cap he suffered...
News >  Idaho

Ex-LCSHer 2nd Best Pac-12 Lineman college football writer John Breech has named Oregon’s Carson York, a Lake City graduate, the second-best offensive lineman in the Pac-12. York, a senior, helped the Timberwolves to a 12-0 record and a state title in 2006. He’s a returning all-Pac 12 selection, a...
News >  Spokane

Ducks star cited with driving 118 mph

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris has been cited with driving 118 mph on a suspended license. Oregon State police say Harris, 20, was pulled over after an off-duty trooper spotted him about 4:35 a.m. PDT Sunday on Interstate 5 south of Albany,...
News >  Idaho

Coach inspires ‘Ducks-style journalism’

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News >  Idaho

Ex-LCHS Wolf York Shines @ UOregon

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News >  Idaho

Blount Throws Another Punch

LeGarrette Blount, shown here in this AP file photo scoring a touchdown for the Tennessee Titans, against Seattle in an exhibition game Saturday in Seattle, punched a teammate during practice Wednesday. The rookie running back capped off a feisty night practice with a short punch...
News >  Idaho

Final: Ohio 26 Oregon 17

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