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  1. Oregon's 'Rooney Rule' expected to become law

    Ted Miller

    Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller A bill that would require Oregon state universities to interview at least one minority candidate when hiring head coaches or athletic directors rolled through the state Senate on a 52-0 vote Tuesday, and Gov. Ted K...

    Blog | June 24, 2009
  2. Stat attack! Some Week 5 Pac-12 numbers

    Ted Miller

    Some Pac-12 numbers for your review. Number to the left is national rank. Scoring offense 2. Oregon, 59.8 points per game 3. UCLA, 52.7 11. Arizona State, 44.3 19. Utah, 42.0 20. Oregon State, 41.6 T21. Stanford, 41.3 Total offense ...

    Blog | October 01, 2013
  3. Stat attack! Some Week 4 Pac-12 numbers

    Ted Miller

    Some Pac-12 numbers for your review. Number to the left is national rank. Scoring offense 2. Oregon, 61.3 points per game 3. UCLA, 52.7 15. Arizona, 43.7 18. Washington, 42.7 20. Utah, 42.0 24. Oregon State, 41.0 Total offense 2. Or...

    Blog | September 24, 2013
  4. Midseason report: California

    Ted Miller

    California Bears Record: 3-2, 1-1 At midseason, we still don't know who California is. They looked great on both sides of the ball during a 2-0 start, which included a 52-7 blistering of Colorado. Then the Bears went to Nevada on a Friday ni...

    Blog | October 12, 2010
  5. Halftime report: UCLA 3, Oregon 0

    Ted Miller

    Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller Ten years ago, would you have believed UCLA and Oregon would be 3-0 at halftime? The Pac-10 is now a defensive league. The Bruins lead on Kai Forbath's 52-yard field goal. And that's our scoring summary. ...

    Blog | October 10, 2009
  6. Kai Forbath boots 52-yarder

    Ted Miller

    Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller UCLA kicker Kai Forbath might earn first-team All-America honors. He just booted a 52-yard field goal to give the Bruins a 3-0 second-quarter lead. And he's now 13-for-14 this year with two over 50 yards....

    Blog | October 10, 2009