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Fri, Sep 19 01:17 PM
Oregon defensive back Ifo Ekpre-Olomu says playing against pass-happy Washington State is not a hardship but an opportunity. Actually, just 60 passes would be a relatively modest total for Washington State, which boasts the nation's top passing offense heading into Saturday's Pac-12 opener against the second-ranked Ducks in Pullman, Washington. Last year, Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday threw the ball an NCAA-record 89 times as Oregon beat the Cougars 62-38 in Eugene, Oregon. Oregon (3-0) has won seven straight games against Washington State (1-2), which opened the season with losses to Rutgers and Nevada, games the Cougars were expected to win.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Oregon Ducks News
Thu, Sep 18 06:10 PM
Things to watch in Week 3 of Pac-12 play, including the first big test for two teams: GAME OF THE WEEK: California (2-0) at Arizona (3-0). The Bears are off to a roaring start, already doubling their win total from last season. The Wildcats have had a few hiccups, yet finished the non-conference season undefeated under coach Rich Rodriguez again. Improving upon a 1-11 season a year ago wasn't asking much, but the Bears are definitely playing better in their second season under Sonny Dykes.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Oregon Ducks News
Thu, Sep 18 06:04 PM
From hybrid running back Byron Marshall, to track champion Devon Allen and former point guard Johnathan Loyd, Oregon's got a varied cast of targets for the quarterback. Marcus Mariota has thrown for 806 yards and eight touchdowns so far this season for the No. 2 Ducks. The early Heisman front-runner has spread his attention around, hitting 13 different teammates with passes, including six different Ducks for touchdowns. Normally known for a dynamic ground game, Oregon is ranked 18th among FBS programs with an average of 330.3 yards passing per game.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Oregon Ducks News
Wed, Sep 17 07:35 AM
After Oregon updated its men's basketball roster on Tuesday evening, it didn't take long for savvy fans to point out a key difference. JaQuan Lyle, Oregon's top freshman, is no longer on it. Lyle was not admitted to the university despite being cleared by the NCAA, reported Wednesday morning . An Oregon spokesman confirmed Lyle has been removed from the roster but offered no further comment, citing student privacy laws. Adding to the confusion over Lyle's status at Oregon is a tweet he sent Tuesday night that read " I'm good, y'all! I promise, just wait!!" The report indicated Lyle needed to finish a summer course to complete his admission requirements to Oregon and a final determination on that course has yet to occur.  Whether Lyle ever dons an Oregon jersey is unclear at this point, but what's abundantly clear is how big a loss it would be for the already shorthanded Ducks if he can't play this season.  Lyle,'s No. 24 recruit in the Class of 2014, is an outstanding outside shooter who can also both score and distribute off the dribble. He is projected to start right away at wing if he is able to play for the Ducks this season. Not having Lyle would leave Oregon with only 10 scholarship players and further diminish the Ducks' depth. Between five seniors graduating, several key transfers and the dismissal of Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin, Oregon returns only two key players from last season: Pac-12 player of the year candidate Joseph Young and forward Elgin Cook. If Lyle indeed is denied admission to Oregon, he would be the second member of the Ducks' freshman class to have that happen despite meeting NCAA standards. That suggests Oregon perhaps is being especially vigilant with its admissions process in response to the rape allegations that led to the dismissals of Dotson, Artis and Austin in June. Austin, a Providence transfer, was suspended for his freshman year at Providence after being accused of sexual assault but Oregon took him anyway, a decision that has since been heavily criticized. - - - - - - - Jeff Eisenberg is the editor of The Dagger on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @JeffEisenbergYahoo Sports - NCAA Men's Hoops - Oregon Ducks News
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