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No. 10 Oregon routed 76-52 at Stanford

STANFORD, Calif. – So much for that undefeated Pac-12 Conference record. Carlos Emory scored 12 points and Arsalan Kazemi had six points and nine rebounds in No. 10 Oregon’s first league loss this season, a 76-52 rout at new nemesis Stanford on Wednesday night. ”That’s the first time we’ve fell flat on our face this...
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‘Kap’ lets playing do the talking

NEW ORLEANS – If there’s a head coach in the NFL that Colin Kaepernick resembles most this week, it’s not Jim Harbaugh. It’s Bill Belichick. Look at any of Belichick’s recent quotes from a news conference, take away the hooded sweatshirt and replace it with a goatee and a few tattoos, and you have Colin...
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Sports Calendar – Jan. 30

High School Wrestling Skyline Conference Dual: Mazama at Henley – 5:30 p.m.Skyline Conference Dual: Klamath Union at North Valley/Hidden Valley – 5:30 p.m.Bonanza & Chiloquin at Southern Cascade League Meet Pac-12 Men’s Basketball No. 10 Oregon at Stanford – 8 p.m. (ESPNU) - The Oregon Ducks get back to work at Stanford, as the Ducks...
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HS Hoops: Both Lost River squads stay undefeated in league

BONANZA, Ore. — In a game where neither team separated itself, the Lost River Raiders held on for a 39-36 overtime win over the Bonanza Antlers. The win lifted Lost River to 4-0 in the 2A Southern Cascade League standings. Bonanza (11-10; 2-2 SCL) led 18-17 at halftime, but Lost River tied the game...
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Blazers erase 21-point deficit vs. Mavs

PORTLAND, Ore. – LaMarcus Aldridge’s buzzer-beating shot had barely left his hands when teammate Nicolas Batum raised his arms in victory. Aldridge’s turnaround jumper fell as time ran out and the Portland Trail Blazers came back from a 21-point third-quarter deficit to beat the Dallas Mavericks 106-104 on Tuesday night. ”I knew,” Batum said. ”I...
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49ers backup Alex Smith says it’s tough to sit

NEW ORLEANS – Colin Kaepernick’s image filled the Superdome scoreboard, his ears tucked into his red 49ers hat just so, as he sat at one of the seats reserved for the biggest personalities and most important players at Super Bowl media day. He is, after all, San Francisco’s starting quarterback. About 50 yards away, not...
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Report: Cavaliers interested in Oden

CLEVELAND – Greg Oden’s next comeback could be with the Cavaliers. A person with knowledge of Cleveland’s interest said the team is exploring the possibility of signing Oden, the former No. 1 overall pick whose NBA career has been sabotaged by injuries. The Cavs are doing their due diligence while looking at Oden, said the...
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HS Hoops: Lost River heads to Bonanza

The Bi-Mart Game of the Week takes us to Pelican Court for a girls-boys basketball doubleheader Tuesday night (5:50 p.m. – 960 the Sports Legend). Klamath Union hosts Hidden Valley, as the boys look to parlay their come-from-behind 58-56 win over Henley Friday night into a two-game winning streak. Meanwhile, Henley looks to rebound...
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UO football adds new passing game coordinator

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon head football coach Mark Helfrich has announced the addition of Matt Lubick to his staff as passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach. Lubick, who brings 17 years of collegiate coaching experience to Eugene, spent the past three seasons in a similar capacity while also serving as recruiting...
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49ers defense ready to bring pressure

NEW ORLEANS – Though all eyes (and microphones) may be on Colin Kaepernick, Frank Gore and the San Francisco 49ers read-option attack this week, it’s the 49ers defense that’ll be tasked with stopping the suddenly high-octane Baltimore Ravens offense in Super Bowl XLVII. The 49ers can score as many points and run as many exotic,...
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