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STRICT GUIDELINES WILL BE PART OF RETURN TO PAC-12 SPORTS – “Right now we’ve got reason to be, let’s say, cautiously optimistic that all of our states sometime in June are going to allow their campuses to allow for voluntary workouts” – Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott

The Pac-12 will introduce strict guidelines for all of its member institutions to follow before allowing student-athletes to participate in voluntary workouts this month. All student-athletes returning to campuses will be required to be tested for COVID-19 and will also undergo antibody testing, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott announced in a prepared ... More

OREGON – UTAH STATE INK A NEW THREE GAME FOOTBALL SERIES – Ducks Secure Two of Three Home Contests Beginning in 2027

While the 'stay at home' order continues to exist for most of the country, there's still important and necessary work going on behind the scenes in college athletics, including the University of Oregon. Some of that work is scheduling. Two games inside Autzen Stadium highlight a three-game series between Oregon and Utah State which begins in 2027, ... More

NFL DRAFT DAY – JUSTIN HERBERT’S SENIOR SEASON COMMITMENT HAS LED HIM TO THIS MOMENT – “I’m 100 percent sure that I made the right decision and if I were given that decision again, I’d make the same one,”

When Justin Herbert made his decision to return to Oregon for his senior season, it was done with purpose and a long term plan! He understood to become a quality quarterback, and to become an attractive first round prospect to teams in the NFL, he had to increase his value in every aspect of his game. “I wanted to become a better quarterback, better ... More

WNBA DRAFT DAY – SATOU SABALLY RECONSIDERED RETURNING TO OREGON DUE TO COVID-19 – Sabally Now on the Verge of Being the WNBA’s No. 2 Overall Pick

If Ruthy Hebard was the peanut butter and Sabrina Ionescu was the jelly, then Satou Sabally was the two pieces of bread to make the yummy goodness that was Oregon women’s basketball for the past few seasons. It’s no coincidence that the Ducks program took flight to new heights when Sabally arrived. At 6-foot-4, the German moved and had the moves of a ... More