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The Order of the O is for UO former student-athletes who have earned a varsity letter in an intercollegiate sport while at Oregon. The purpose of the Order of the O is to perpetuate the legacy and tradition of University of Oregon Athletics. We promote excellence and leadership of all athletic programs by fostering enduring relationships among current athletes and former letter winners.

The Order of the O has become a productive, viable asset to the University of Oregon by adding value to the UO Athletic department and current student-athletes. Connecting Duck athlete alumni with current Ducks through mentorship and networking, the Order of the O is giving back by building a community to support among fellow Duck athletes.

Once a Duck, Always a Duck!

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BREAKING NEWS (October 3, 2020)

SAN FRANCISCO – The Pac-12 announced today its 2020 football schedule, which features a seven-game Conference-only lineup commencing Saturday, November 7 and culminating the weekend of December 18-19 with the Pac-12 Football Championship Game, presented by 76®, featuring the North and South champions alongside a full slate of Pac-12 games for all teams.
 
 “The schedule announced today is highlighted by exciting and tough matchups that will showcase the depth of our Conference and position our teams well for CFP consideration and postseason Bowl opportunities,” said Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott.  “Importantly, our return to football competition will continue to place the health and safety of our student-athletes and all those connected to Pac-12 football as the highest priority.”
 
Each team will play five divisional games and one crossover game against a non-division opponent, with these six games being evenly distributed between home and away for each team.  The seventh and final week will feature all twelve teams in action highlighted by the Pac-12 Football Championship Game, presented by 76®, on December 18, which this year will take place in a home-hosted format.  The Pac-12 and partners Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders, Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority and MGM Resorts International previously agreed to commence hosting of the Championship Game at Allegiant Stadium in 2021 for its two-year run in Las Vegas in order to ensure a successful launch of the inaugural event.  Details surrounding matchups and television selections for games other than the Football Championship Game in Week 7 will be determined in the near future.
 
All North division rivalry games will take place on the Friday of Week 4 of the schedule, and all South division rivalry games will take place during Week 6 of the season.  The crossover games are Arizona at Washington; Cal at Arizona State; Colorado at Stanford; Oregon State at Utah; UCLA at No. 14 Oregon; and Washington State at USC.
 
The schedule includes eight Friday games along with the Championship Game set to take place on a Friday evening.  The road team for the regular season Friday games is assured of a home game the preceding week.  Updated tie breaking procedures for determining division champions and Football Championship Game participants for the 2020 season will be finalized in the near future.
 
Every football game through the first 6 weeks of the season will be televised nationally by a combination of ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, Fox and FS1. Fox will televise the Football Championship game on Friday, December 18. Exact broadcast schedules will be determined at a later date. 
 
All football competitions will be conducted in accordance with the Pac-12 COVID-19 Medical Advisory Committee health and safety recommendations and guidelines, as previously announced on September 24 when the Pac-12 CEO Group voted to resume football, basketball and winter sport seasons.
 

 

 

2020 Pac-12 Football Schedule

 

 

 

 

BREAKING NEWS: (October 14, 2020)

EUGENE, Ore. – The University of Oregon will host the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships from 2024 through 2027, as announced Wednesday by the NCAA. Hayward Field at the University of Oregon will now serve as the host site for six of the next seven NCAA Championships having previously been awarded the meet for 2021 and 2022.
 
The Ducks most recently hosted the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships in 2018, marking the 16th time the national meet was held in Eugene. Oregon first hosted the NCAA meet in 1962.
 
“We appreciate the opportunity the NCAA has awarded us to host the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships from 2024 through 2027.  It is another opportunity to once again provide an incredible student-athlete experience at Hayward Field, the finest track and field facility in the world,” said University of Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens. “The Eugene-Springfield community, TrackTown USA, loves this event and provides unparalleled support for track and field championships, and passionate track fans attending championship events at Hayward Field have always provided an unrivaled atmosphere for elite competitors. We look forward to hosting this marquee event in six of the next seven years, beginning in 2021, and we know these championships will continue to produce many powerful and memorable moments.”
 
Upcoming NCAA Championships at Hayward Field
2021: June 9-12, 2021
2022: June 8-11, 2022
2024: June 5-8, 2024
2025: June 11-14, 2025
2026: June 10-13, 2026
2027: TBA

FULL NCAA RELEASE HERE: https://www.ncaa.com/news/ncaa/article/2020-10-14/future-ncaa-host-site-selections-through-2026?utm_campaign=trending