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@GoDucks: RT @wintheday: Liz has dropped to 2nd in SI College Athlete of the Year. Vote now! http://t.co/poJic24xUj
Wed, 22 May 2013 00:55:27 +0000
@GoDucks: Today's game between @OregonBaseball & OSU in Corvallis was rained out & will not be made up. Teams split reg season series 2-2
Wed, 22 May 2013 00:49:49 +0000
@GoDucks: That's a wrap: Ducks win 2012-13 Civil War series vs. OSU http://t.co/xTpnkfiLXg
Tue, 21 May 2013 22:44:25 +0000
@GoDucks: RT @CollegeGameDay: Will it happen? RT @ESPNCFB: Oregon QB Marcus Mariota wins the #CFBLIVEVOTE Heisman vote w/ 46% of the votes. Results h?
Tue, 21 May 2013 21:24:27 +0000
As a schoolboy in Portland in 1921, he was all-state in basketball. In college, he captained both the basketball and baseball teams at Oregon. He coached both sports for 28 years, picking up 24 championships along the way. While coaching at
Oregon (1935-47), he modified the patterned fast break and proposed other changes that were beneficial to the game.
But, one accomplishment overshadows all others, the Ducks’ 1939 NCAA title by the Tall Firs, the first-ever national tournament as we now know it. Hobson finished his career at Yale, but returned to Oregon for the remainder of his life. By
then, it was clear, Hobby knew basketball. His book, Shooting Ducks, is the most complete chronicle of Oregon basketball through the 1980s.