The sports world looks aghast at the acts of some NFL players. Even worse, fans suspect their behavior is just the tip of the bad boy iceberg. How many sports gods of the past knocked their women out or laid the lash on their young kids? Do you really want to know if Super Joe […]
Utah’s apparently not what I thought they were. In addition, Oregon State and USC showed us something, Stanford and Washington didn’t, and Colorado continues incapable of getting out of their own way in the process of proving even the tiniest semblance of worth, in a conference worth more than them since they joined it a […]
On this episode of Prep Sports Eugene, host Chris Park interviews Ashland High School football coach Charlie Hall.
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RECORD LAST WEEK: 9-11 (Week 3) OVERALL: 28-27-1 Back to work after a Week 4 hiatus Minnesota at Green Bay Start: Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB He’s been up and down this season, but a home game against Minnesota has been a strength for him in the past. Sit: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, MIN While he was […]
This week Big D actually invite On 1 on the mic to talk about his favorite team, the New England Patriots, and their terrible loss last Monday night’s game, Susan discusses proper dating etiquette in the Powder Room segment, and there is some big news about what’s coming for the show! The Voodoo Lounge is […]
The long arduous baseball season came to an end Sunday afternoon for the Seattle Mariners when they would receive no more help from the lowly Texas Rangers. Behind stellar pitching from Sonny Gray, the Oakland Athletics pulled the rip cord on their free fall in the standings and ensured at least one more game against […]
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein recaps Week Four of the NFL season. He also discusses Derek Jeter’s farewell at Fenway Park and why Clayton Kershaw should win both the NL Cy Young and NL MVP.
The Seattle Mariners’ 2014 season is a wrap. It took 162 games to eliminate the Mariners from post-season for the 13th consecutive year. They did everything they could to push the Oakland Athletics to a one-game playoff for the second wild card spot. Unfortunately for the Mariners, they needed help from the Texas Rangers and […]
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As the start of the NBA season approaches, I’ll be breaking down each Trail Blazer expected to play a role in the team’s chances for success. Today, we feature the Glue, Nicolas Batum. (Stats provided by NBA.com.) How Did He Do Last Year? We can start with this: Nicolas Batum played 82 games for the […]
You have to give the Portland Timbers credit. They just keep finding new ways to make the impossible possible. This week, instead of coming out half asleep and playing themselves into a huge deficit which they have to furiously rally back from, the Timbers snatched the first two goals and then pressed the self-destruct button […]
Another great weekend of college football is in the books. Not necessarily exciting, with only two ranked teams losing during the week, but enjoyable nonetheless. The big winner of Week 5 was undeniably UCLA, who, after a sluggish start to the season, pummeled 15th-ranked Arizona State 62-27. So where did UCLA end up? Let’s find […]
This column was written by Kyle Martinak of PortlandSports.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News As is the custom for a top-tier WHL team, the Portland Winterhawks have had a nasty opening week due in large part to the absence of their best and brightest. With the NHL prospects gone, their leadership responsibilities have fallen […]
As the country continues to call for Roger Goodell’s head, the ongoing cheerleader pay scandal ignited by a Raiderette continutes to fly under the radar as far as media attention goes. Even before the Ray Rice story achieved critical mass, current and former cheerleaders from the Oakland Raiders, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New York Jets, Cincinnati […]
With the Oregon Ducks and the Seattle Seahawks both off this week, the Portland Trail Blazers still a few days away from training camp, and the Seattle Mariners all but eliminated from playoff contention, we’re staring down the barrel of a dud of a sports weekend. Heck, what should have been the best college football […]