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  • Singler propels Ducks past Cardinal

    STANFORD, Calif. – Oregon coach Dana Altman prefers his players not think about the postseason just yet. E.J. Singler knows it’s too late for that.


  • Political motivations suspected in Oregon bunny burglary

    An Oregon farmer and instructor for the Portland Meat Collective says there was likely political motivation behind the theft of 23 rabbits.


  • Oregon Ducks beat Wisconsin to win Rose Bowl

    PASADENA, Calif. – The Oregon Ducks had waited 95 years to win another Rose Bowl, and the last few seconds stretched for an eternity. The players in mirrored helmets held …


  • Roundup: Cougar women claw way to 2OT victory over Beavers

    Sage Romberg hit a jumper with 2 minutes, 10 seconds left in the second overtime Saturday to give Washington State the lead before Tia Presley and Jazmine Perkins hit free …


  • Study finds men’s GPAs drop when football team wins

    On campus, a successful football team is a cause for celebration. So much celebration, in fact, that three economists have found a link between a winning season at one big-time …


  • Virginia beats Oregon on court

    EUGENE, Ore. – Mike Scott had 17 points and 13 rebounds and Virginia overcame a sluggish first half to defeat Oregon 67-54 on Sunday. Joe Harris added 15 points for …


  • Oregon wins Civil War to earn spot in Pac-12 title game

    EUGENE, Ore. – It became clear that LaMichael James wasn’t too badly hurt when he and Oregon teammate Kenjon Barner danced on the sidelines before the start of the fourth …


  • James leads No. 6 Oregon to rout of No. 3 Stanford

    STANFORD, Calif. – LaMichael James made one defender slip, then another. He cut back, sprinted through a seam and burst into the open field, taking large chunks of yards – …


  • Oregon’s Kelly expresses disappointment in Harris

    Oregon coach Chip Kelly says the situation surrounding suspended cornerback Cliff Harris is “very disappointing.” Kelly did not comment at length about Harris at his weekly news conference on Tuesday. …


  • First Look: Washington State at Oregon

    Winning may not be a viable option this week, but playing well can certainly be. After the disappointing loss to Oregon State last weekend, the Cougars need to bounce back …


  • Golden Bears collect first Pac-12 win of season

    Zach Maynard threw for one touchdown and ran for another and California’s defense completely shut down Utah’s offense in San Francisco to help the Golden Bears get their first Pac-12 …


  • Oregon, WSU bookend Pac-12 poll

    Defending Pac-12 champion Oregon is the choice to win the 2011 Pac-12 Conference football title in a preseason poll of media members who regularly cover the league. WSU is picked …


  • Oregon to draw on pot revenue

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Oregon lawmakers have decided to tap the popular medical marijuana program for an estimated $7 million to fund other health programs and reject a pile of …


  • Astoria proud to be oldest U.S. settlement west of Rockies

    ASTORIA, Ore. – This coastal town, writer Calvin Trillin once said, “remains a place strongly marked by its history.” You can see that strolling along the waterfront, where every turnoff …


  • Huge crowd watches Oregon spring game

    EUGENE, Ore. – Just a few months removed from the BCS championship, the Oregon Ducks played their spring game Saturday before a Pac-10 record crowd of more than 43,000. Heisman …


  • CdA rape suspect may be headed to Oregon

    A rape suspect wanted by Coeur d’Alene police may be traveling to Florence, Ore., authorities announced Monday. Scott Patrick Giordano, 30, was reported to be in a 1973 GMC truck, …


  • Tsunami debris could wash ashore in Oregon

    Some debris from the tsunami that hit Japan could be washing onto Oregon beaches in about a year.


  • Oregon coach Altman has a dilemma

    Oregon coach Dana Altman says Creighton wouldn’t have been his first choice for an opponent in the College Basketball Invitational championship series. Altman had 11 straight 20-win seasons and seven …


  • Vandals will play at USF in CollegeInsider.com event

    Former NCAA tournament darlings Northern Iowa and Valparaiso highlight the 24 teams selected to play in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament on Sunday. As previously announced, Idaho will play at San …


  • Nation’s top two offenses square off in BCS championship game

    GLENDALE, Ariz. – Oregon has the fastest car. Auburn has the best driver. The college football season is a race to the finish. Don’t blink Monday night during the BCS …


  • Oregon linebacker’s family has long history of championship wins

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – If Oregon linebacker Casey Matthews should need to seek any outside advice – or even any words of encouragement – before the national championship, he’s got a …


  • Oregon sage grouse map to help steer development

    A new map illustrating key sage grouse breeding habitat across the West is designed to help land managers make decisions about where to allow developments like wind power facilities or …


  • Ducks-Tigers for BCS title

    EUGENE, Ore. – Change is coming to the national title game, though it has nothing to do with any of those BCS busters you heard about all season. Southeastern Conference …


  • Broncos poised to pass TCU

    NEW YORK — Boise State has pushed closer to TCU in the latest BCS standings and seems primed to pass the Horned Frogs with one more big victory. Oregon and …


  • Wallowa Lake produces record kokanee

    A lake near enterprise is producing kokanee — land-locked sockeye salmon — big enough to be prizes even for saltwater fishermen.


  • Clues emerging about wrecked WWII plane in Ore.

    Officials investigating the wreckage of a World War II-era dive bomber found in the Oregon woods say at least three U.S. Navy planes of that type went down in that …


  • WWII plane found near Oregon coast

    PORTLAND – Loggers working near the Oregon coast discovered the wreckage of a World War II-era warplane in woods not far from a naval air station decommissioned in 1948, military …


  • Oregon plagued by steelhead

    Biologists are urging anglers to catch and keep a larger portion of the huge bounty of steelhead expected to continue pouring into Oregon Coast rivers for the next week or …


  • It’s coming up roses for Oregon

    EUGENE, Ore. — It was billed as a Civil War for the ages, the biggest of all of them. It might have been the best.


  • GoGo Finder helps you fill up your spring, summer

    Plenty of events, concerts and other diversions are awating you through the greater Northwest.

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