With Loss Out Of The Way, Oregon Basketball Turns To The Future

You knew the streak would end at some point.  The Oregon Ducks had won nine games in a row, including their first seven Pac-12 contests, blazing to the top of the conference standings, and into the AP Top 10 for the first time since Aaron Brooks and Tajuan Porter were hitting threes under the guidance of head coach Ernie Kent at McArthur Court.  Oregon's charge back to...
Via Oregon Sports News
February 01, 2013  |  Discuss

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