Oregon Sports Report

by Frank Baldwin August 24, 2016


Basketball: Oregon Ducks men's basketball team nets win in Spain debut

(Greg Walker, U/O)

By Tyson Alger

A season of expectations has started with a win for the Oregon Ducks men's basketball team.  Oregon, which is participating in a 10-day exhibition circuit through Spain, beat the Madrid All-Stars 109-88 on Tuesday. 

Details from the game are limited, but here is the information provided by Oregon: 

  • Six players scored in double figures for the Ducks, who shot 54 percent from the field.
  • Sophomore Tyler Dorsey led Oregon with 19 points. Senior Dylan Ennis and junior Kavell Bigby-Williams each added 16, while senior Chris Boucher and freshman Keith Smith both contributed 12. Freshman Payton Pritchard scored 10.
  • Bigby-Williams nearly had a double-double with nine rebounds, while Ennis had seven boards and Smith grabbed six.
  • Pritchard and Ennis led the team with four assists, while Jordan Bell had the Ducks' two blocked shots.

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Ashton's Olympic events are captured as the 7th video at this link:

 

http://www.nbcolympics.com/news/watch-top-16-moments-rio-olympic-games

 

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Football: Oregon Ducks’ backup quarterback might be true freshman Justin Herbert out of Sheldon High

By Ryan Thorburn

Herbert ran the No. 2 offense during Monday’s situational practice and is in the mix to back up senior graduate transfer Dakota Prukop this season.

“I think he’s definitely in competition for a spot where he’s traveling, where he could be more than just a No. 3 guy and moving that way up,” quarterbacks coach David Yost said. “You never know what can happen as we go.”

Prukop separated himself from the other three candidates during last week’s scrimmage and is expected to win the starting job this week.

Travis Jonsen is still holding out hope that he can remain at the top of the depth chart with a strong finish to the competition. Offensive coordinator Matt Lubick said the redshirt freshman responded well after struggling in the first scrimmage.

“Bouncing back was definitely good,” Jonsen said. “Ever since then I think I’ve done a lot better, and I think the coaches have seen that as well. So it’s only up from here.”




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