January 29, 2010
USC up next AT OREGON 3 p.m., Saturday, McArthur Court USC has won its last four in Eugene against the Ducks, but this will be the Trojans' last trip to McArthur Court -- also known as "The Pit" -- because the Ducks will open Matthew Knight Arena next season. The Ducks are led by guards Tajuan Porter and Malcolm Armstead, who are each double-digit scorers. -- Baxter Holmes
January 24, 2010
Up next VS. OREGON Thursday, 7:30 p.m., McArthur Court, Eugene, Ore. Oregon is led by guard Tajuan Porter, who was averaging 12.3 points a game before Saturday. UCLA has won nine of its last 10 games against Oregon, including the last five. -- Chris Foster
March 2, 2009 |
. -- Tajuan Porter scored 24 points and Oregon overcame a 13-point deficit in the second half to beat Oregon State, 79-69, on Sunday. Matt Humphrey added a career-high 17 points for the Ducks, 8-20 overall and 2-14 in the Pacific 10 Conference. Oregon trailed, 45-32, when Joevan Catron scored inside at the 16:17 mark of the second half to spark a 24-3 run. Porter and Humphrey each scored eight points during that stretch.
January 4, 2009 |
After watching Oregon shoot only 37% from the field in a loss to USC on Friday, UCLA Coach Ben Howland suspects that the Ducks might come up with a better effort when his team plays at McArthur Court this afternoon. "They missed shots they're not going to miss against us," Howland said. The 12th-ranked Bruins still remember their visit to Eugene last season when they needed 26 points and 18 rebounds from Kevin Love to prevail in a close game.
March 24, 2007 |
In the dog days of February, Oregon lost five of six games in one stretch. Now the Ducks are a victory from the Final Four, but it would have to be a big one. They face defending NCAA champion Florida next. The Ducks can thank 5-foot-6 freshman point guard Tajuan Porter for the privilege after watching him score 33 points and make eight of 12 three-pointers in their 76-72 NCAA Midwest Regional semifinal victory over Nevada Las Vegas in front of 26,307 Friday in the Edward Jones Dome.
November 22, 2006 |
The biggest freshman debut of the season will come when 7-foot-1 Greg Oden plays his first game at Ohio State come early January, if not before, after recovering from wrist surgery. One of the littlest freshmen in the country already has made his mark. Tajuan Porter, Oregon's 5-6 starting point guard, is the Ducks' leading scorer after five games, highlighted by a 38-point performance against Portland State in which he made a school-record 10 three-point baskets.