The Ducks and Cougars came into the game tied for fourth in conference, but Oregon capitalized on sloppy WSU errors and executed on offense and defense.
Both Oregon and Washington State enter this three-game series tied for fourth place in the Pac-12, 3 1/2 games out of first.
Can the former Oregon point guard really beat out high-end wide receiver recruits for playing time, and if so, what does that say about the returning receivers?
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    Oregon State Oregon State Signed 6-8, 220 pound power forward Cameron Oliver from Sacramento, California. He averaged 21.5 points and 10 rebounds in 11 games during his senior year. Oliver tore his ACL his junior year and missed over half of his senior season. Oregon State...
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    Jairus Byrd joined the Saints for several reasons, including the fact they paid him a lot of money. But the former Bills safety said he was looking forward to bringing his ability to create turnovers to the creative defenses of coordinator Rob Ryan.
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    The San Francisco 49ers are reportedly looking to make a move to move up in the NFL Draft next month and are dangling former Oregon running back LaMichael James out there to do so, this according to Matt Barrow of the Sacramento Bee. Here's what Barrows wrote: According to...
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    Check out these two videos as Johnathan Loyd spoke to the media today for the first time since joining the Oregon Ducks football team for spring workouts. Loyd, who played point guard for the basketball team and won more games during his four-year career than any player in...
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    The fifth-year seniors are in line to take over as full-time starters for the first time in their careers.
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    EUGENE - Oregon is in a race to develop several wide receivers in time for the 2014 season, and that endeavor is being hindered by an injury to redshirt freshman Darren Carrington. Carrington, a promising four-star recruit from the 2013 recruiting class, is in the running...
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    Oregon will enter the 2014 season with the most unproven group of receivers the program has seen in nearly 20 years.