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EUGENE, Ore. -- Senior forward Mike Moser talks to media about playing for the Ducks and playing alongside of Joe Young. The Ducks face Utah Valley on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at MKA with tipoff at 6 p.m. The game will be carried on the Pac-12 Networks.
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Oregon may not be receiving as much publicity as other Pac-12 contenders, but transfers Joseph Young and Mike Moser are a couple of reasons why it may not take long for the team to gain more national attention.
The 17th-ranked Ducks look to continue their solid play as they host Utah Valley State on Tuesday night.
Oregon reached the regional semifinals in last season's NCAA...
Joseph Young scored 20 points and No. 17 Oregon needed a strong second half to polish off Utah Valley, 69-54, on Tuesday night.
Johnathan Loyd also had 12 points for the Ducks (3-0), who scored 16 straight midway through the second half to turn a three-point game into a 20-point lead.
One game after setting a Matthew Knight Arena record with a career-high 36 points against Western...
by DSH basket columnist Brian Mahuna
After walloping Western Carolina and scoring over 100 points the Ducks came back down to earth a little bit grinding out a 15 point win over a tough, well coached Utah Valley team. The Ducks came out of the gate hot, with their first three buckets coming from deep and Joe Young coming up with big steals and transition buckets. Young's defense...
EUGENE, Ore. -- One of the pleasant surprises from Oregon's win over Utah was the play of red-shirt freshman tight end Evan Baylis, who recorded his first career reception plus had two key blocks that led to touchdowns. On Monday of Arizona Week, Baylis spoke to eDuck.com's Erik Skopil.
Josh Huff and De'Anthony Thomas stirred up minor trouble in the Twitterverse with comments they made over Stanford's loss to USC and Oregon's reemergence as the frontrunner in the Rose Bowl race.
Huff told his followers, "I don’t want to play in the Rose Bowl unless I’m playing in the national championship.”
Nothing to get in a huff over: Josh Huff stirred...
(Eds: Adds details, quotes. With AP Photos.) By ANNE M. PETERSON AP Sports Writer Marcus Mariota has been right all along: The No. 5 Oregon Ducks just need to play out their season. In December they'll see where they land.
Case in point: The developments this weekend, when Oregon defeated Utah 44-21 a few hours before USC upset Stanford 20-17. The loss for the Cardinal popped...
Marcus Mariota has been right all along: The No. 5 Oregon Ducks just need to play out their season. In December they'll see where they land.
Case in point: The developments this weekend, when Oregon defeated Utah 44-21 a few hours before USC upset Stanford 20-17. The loss for the Cardinal popped Oregon back atop the Pac-12 North.
Should the Ducks win their next two games, they...
by Jeff Newcomb, DSH columnist
Oregon began this season with a simple goal: Rise.
It was a statement, more than a desire. Rise above adversity. Rise above the hype. Rise above the media and the east coast bias, USC, Stanford, and all the lingering doubts that have kept Oregon teams in that frustrating no-man's land of wonder and doubt. Rise, and prove that a west coast offence...