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Oregon State beats Oregon 12-2 in rubber match
Michael Conforto hit a grand slam home run and Oregon State defeated Oregon 12-2 on Sunday in the rubber match of the Civil War series this weekend at PK Park.
Spring a vital step for Pac-12's new coaches
Oregon coach Mark Helfrich has a head start on the Pac-12's two other new coaches.
Eugene Marathon: a 26.2 mile challenge
The half-marathoners and those going the full 26.2 miles started just outside Hayward Field and finished inside on the track, which was one of the big draws for the runners.
Oregon native hopes to ride to Olympic Gold
Kevin Mansker currently has or shares nine records at velodromes throughout the United States. Olympic Gold is next on his list of goals.
Future basketball stars learn to shoot at camp
During the week after Christmas, kids in Springfield have a low-cost opportunity to learn the finer points of basketball
Paralympics athletes have their eyes on London
Dozens of Oregon athletes are training for the trials this June. Not the track and field trials at Hayward Field but the National Trials in Indiana for the Paralympic Games.
Heisman Tour stops in Eugene
Big names and famous faces returned to Eugene on Saturday as a part of the Sports Illustrated Heisman Tour.
Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports website
To visit the new Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports commission website, click the link above.
TrackTown 2012: Olympic hopefuls to practice at LCC track
As the 2012 Olympic Track and Field Trials at Hayward Field get closer, Lane Community College is gearing up to host the competing athletes.
UPDATE: Chip Kelly decides to stay at Oregon
Despite several media reports, University of Oregon Head Football Coach Chip Kelly will not leave to take a coaching job in the NFL.
New commission kicks off drive to attract events
A newly-formed team has kicked off a drive to bring more big-time sporting events to Lane County.
Southern Oregon high school students compete for rodeo supremacy
High school students bucked up again today competing in the Southern Oregon High School Rodeo competition.
Marshfield athletes held to higher academic standards
The new rules are aimed at helping those who struggle in the classroom.
The "What If" Game
What's more fun? Picking who will play in the college football bowl games, or the actual games.
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