Blazers Win...Pac 12 Championship Today

SPORTS 12-01-23



Portland beat the Cavs 103 to 95 last night with a big 4th quarter comeback. The Blazers defense came through along with some timely 40 percent three-point shooting to secure the second win in a row. Shaedon Sharpe had 29 points to lead six scorers in double figures. Scoot Henderson and Malcolm Brogdon both tallied 7 assists. The Trail Blazers go back to the Rose City standing at 6 and 12. They face the Jazz tomorrow night at a 6:30 tip-off.


The Oregon Women lost to Portland 91 to 60 last night. It’s the Ducks 2nd 30 plus point loss in three games, dropping their record to 4 and 2

The OSU men used a strong second half performance to handle UC Davis 71 to 59 last night. The Beavers are now 4 and 3 on the season.

The Oregon State women take on Western Kentucky tomorrow afternoon at 2.

The Oregon Men take on Michigan tomorrow. Coverage starts at Noon on KBND.


The Seahawks played Dallas tough last night but couldn't hold the lead losing 41 to 35. Geno Smith threw for 334 yards and 3 touchdowns with one interception. After the game, coach Pete Carrol mentioned his disappointment with officiating, specifically the penalties called against defensive backs and a costly delay of game call.  The loss drops Seattle to 6 and 6 .

San Francisco is at Philadelphia in a rematch of last year’s NFC championship game. The 49ers are field goal road favorites and looking for their 4th straight win after losing 3 in a row. Kick-off is set for 1:25 

College Football:

5th ranked Oregon will take on number 3 Washington in Las Vegas today in the Pac 12 Championship game, with a likely spot in the College Football Playoff on the line. The Ducks are 9 and a half point favorites with oddsmakers expecting a high scoring matchup setting the over/under at 66. The game could also decide the Heisman Trophy for Ducks quarterback Bo Nix or Huskies QB Michael Penix Jr. Coverage starts at 3, with kick-off just after 5, and then hear all the post-game reaction here on KBND.


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