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  1. Oregon State Beavers suspend Castro Masaniai for season opener

    Ted Miller

    Oregon State suspended starting defensive tackle Castro Masaniai for the season opener against Sacramento State after he pled guilty to misdemeanor attempted coercion in connection to a domestic violence arrest in May.

    Story | Conversation | August 12, 2011
  2. What really happened with LaMichael James?

    Ted Miller

    Bruce Feldman provides a fuller picture of Oregon running back LaMichael James' offseason arrest on domestic violence charges. It's a great read that provides more depth into what actually happened versus initial reports. Got to be an ESPN Insider...

    Blog | August 09, 2010
  3. Judgment day for Oregon?

    Ted Miller

    Oregon running back LaMichael James' will face sentencing this morning after making a plea deal on domestic violence charges, and Duck quarterback Jeremiah Masoli will face a burglary charge in court later this afternoon. Masoli JamesAnd co...

    Blog | March 12, 2010
  4. A court resolution for Oregon's James?

    Ted Miller

    Oregon running back LaMichael James, who was arrested on domestic violence charges on Feb. 17, is scheduled to appear in court Friday for a change of plea hearing and sentencing, according to a report from in Eugene. This suggests James ...

    Blog | March 10, 2010
  5. Court making life difficult for UO's James

    Ted Miller

    Oregon running back LaMichael James, charged last week with domestic violence, can't go to class per court order and he is struggling to find somewhere to live that satisfies the court requirements while remaining within NCAA rules, according to repo...

    Blog | February 23, 2010
  6. Statement from Oregon coach Chip Kelly

    Ted Miller

    Oregon coach Chip Kelly released a statement Wednesday afternoon about the recent spate of off-field incidents involving his players, including the arrest of running back LaMichael James for domestic violence. Said Kelly: "We are concerned anyt...

    Blog | February 17, 2010