Christine Sinclair

Portland Thorns Head To The Playoffs To Face Archenemy – The Road

The Portland Thorns earned a ticket to the playoffs last Sunday thanks to a header by Alex Morgan that ended up being the lone point of a 1-0 victory over top seeded Seattle. Portland will now head to the playoffs in defense of their NWSL crown against a familiar first round foe in FC Kansas […]

Lindsay Brandon

Bust Out Your [Neoprene] Booties – Fall Is Coming!

Not to be another annoying person to remind you that fall will be here soon, but I’d like to offer some exciting activities that await you besides Monday night, Thursday evening, and all of Sunday. By all means, savor every last bit of barbeque and sun. But in the meantime, I would also like to […]

Robinson Cano

Award Season Coming Up For The Seattle Mariners

The Seattle Mariners are playing winning baseball and are in the thick of a pennant race. Many Mariners are having career years and breakout seasons. Looking at their roster and the numbers they’re accumulating, there’s a good chance that several Mariners players have a chance to take home some regular season hardware. The MVP, CY […]

Oregon Plays Washington State at Autzen Stadium

Pay For Play – When Did College Become Free?

We’re in the midst of an NCAA revolution. That’s right, what’s commonly thought of as your grandfathers NCAA – the one consisting of student athletes, institutional pride, and amateurism – is on the brink of a reconstruction, reorganization, and rehabilitation at the hands of a lynch-mob out for the blood of an association of bureaucrats […]

Michigan State Spartans

Michigan State Spartans Versus Oregon Ducks Preview

With the 2014-15 season starting next Saturday, all eyes in Eugene are on the Oregon Ducks’ September 6 matchup with Michigan State at Autzen Stadium – a game which could potentially be Oregon’s toughest of the season. Of the Ducks’ 12 games this season, they are facing four teams in the pre-season top-25: #7 UCLA, […]

Babe Ruth

Love The Little League World Series? Head To Longview!

I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite times of summer is when the fantastic teams of the Little League World Series head to Williamsport, Pennsylvania to compete for an international title. Whether or not a team from Washington or Oregon is competing in the tournament, it remains one of my favorite sporting […]

Mark Helfrich

Oregon Ducks Football Goes All. The. Way.

By the end of each football season it’s easy to say the last team standing was the clear pick. Choose Alabama early and it’s hard to go wrong. Florida State? They’re the returning national champ and the returning Heisman Trophy winner. And here comes Oregon. Around here we’ve expected the Ducks to go all the […]

Irving Lillard

Talent Over Exposure – The Debate Between Damian Lillard And Kyrie Irving

There are certain questions with simple answers. Australia or Oakland? Duke or Weber State? Number 1 or number 6 overall? 4th rated player in the country or a 2-star guard out of high school? These are all questions in which, other than the lifelong Ogden resident or some guy with an obsession with the number […]

Felix Hernandez

Why Felix Hernandez Should Win Both The Cy Young And MVP

Over the weekend, Felix Hernandez’s record setting streak of 16 consecutive games pitching at least 7 innings and allowing 2 or fewer runs came to an end when he was taken out after 5 innings in a loss to the Detroit Tigers. The 2 runs he allowed in 5 innings raised his ERA for the […]

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