Oregon on Sunday made official its hiring of Jim Mastro as running backs coach. Mastro spent the past six seasons at Washington State, a program UO has hired an assistant from in three consecutive seasons. In each of the past two seasons in Pullman, Cougars running backs have gained more than 1,000 yards as both rushers and receivers. Four Cougars running backs combined to average 5.1 yards per carry in 2017. Mastro will also hold the title of run game coordinator at UO.
EUGENE -- Two days after Oregon State delivered Oregon its first Pac-12 loss and extended its women's basketball Civil War winning streak to 14 games, the rivals meet for a rematch Sunday at Matthew Knight Arena. The seventh-ranked Ducks (17-3, 6-1 Pac-12) host No. 18 Oregon State (14-4, 5-2) at 5 p.m. The game will be broadcast on Pac-12 Networks. Miss Friday's game? Here's our recap of what OSU coach Scott Rueck called an "epic game" -- the first in the rivalry to require overtime in 11 years.
Just seven years after Cort Dennison led the Pac-12 in tackles, the former Washington linebacker is expected to join Oregon's staff, a source confirmed to The Oregonian/OregonLive, where he'll tutor UO's outside linebackers. The hiring, first reported by Cardinal Authority, would be the second in as many days for head coach Mario Cristobal, who added Jim Mastro as running backs coach and run game coordinator this weekend. Dennison would be the youngest member of UO's full-time staff.
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Selecting a term
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