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Blazers Drop 5th Straight...Oregon Softball Slips In Polls

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The Trail Blazers kept it close for the early part of the game against Minnesota last night. They trailed by one at the end of the third. But they lost momentum in the 4th quarter and fell 121 to 109. Deandre Ayton led the way in scoring with 22 points and 16 rebounds. Anfernee Simons finished with 20, and Scoot Henderson had 14 points with 8 assists. Newly Acquired Delano Banton put in 16 points in 26 minutes. Jerami Grant was held to just 12 though. The Blazers have now lost five in a row, and take on the Timberwolves again tomorrow night.

College Hoops:

The Oregon State Men are at Arizona State tonight. The Beavers will try to halt a 4 game losing streak. Their last win was against the Sun Devils on January 27th. Tip-off is tonight at 6.

NFL:

Seattle made reports of several coaching hires the past week official yesterday with the announcement of Offensive and Defensive coordinators, along with five others. New coach Mike Macdonald and General Manager John Shneider have assembled a staff with varying levels of experience. Now the crew will start identifying draft needs.

College Football: 

7 Oregon players and 4 Oregon State players have been invited to the NFL Draft Scouting Combine taking place February 26th through March 4th. Washington has 13 and Washington State has 3 players invited.

The Ducks are ranked number 3 in ESPN’s Updated way too early rankings. New Big 10 foe Ohio State is number 2.

College Softball:

Oregon dropped a little in the polls after their opening weekend. The Ducks are 14th in the USA Softball Poll and slid to 17th in the Coaches Poll. The U of O is 4 and 2 on the season…playing 4 games in San Diego this weekend.

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