Last week, a report indicated that Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt had a verbal agreement to become Kansas State's head coach-in-waiting, before the move was blocked by coach Bill Snyder, who prefers his son succeed him. When asked about the story on Monday's Big 12 coaches teleconference, Snyder said that he did, in fact, try to bring Leavitt to Kansas State earlier this year -- just as a position coach. Leavitt stayed in Eugene. Snyder didn't specify when the offer was made this year.
Oregon and Oregon State didn't budge in the latest Associated Press women's basketball top-25 ranking Monday. The Ducks (3-1) remain 10th after beating No. 19 Texas A&M on the road and then losing to then-No. 5 Louisville as part of the Women's National Invitational Tournament. This week UO hosts Eastern Washington on Tuesday (6 p.m.) and Oklahoma on Saturday (2:30 p.m.) as part of the PK80 women's basketball invitational at Matthew Knight Arena. No.
Two days after Oregon guaranteed itself a 13th game this season, a trio of Ducks have decided to play in a 14th, too. Long snapper Tanner Carew, left tackle Tyrell Crosby and running back Royce Freeman have accepted invitations to take part in the 2018 Senior Bowl, the game's organizers announced Monday. The last Duck to travel to Mobile, Alabama and participate in the Senior Bowl was receiver Josh Huff in 2014.
Meanwhile, in Eugene, Taggart wasn't around for that '16 Civil War loss but quickly understood how much it stung: "You hear everybody was ticked off. Not just our players, but everybody."
@betz786 per the first report about KSU, that was when he was still at Colorado. once he got here, he turned down that KSU offer, per Snyder. Either way, in always looking for best opportunities, coaches are like any other worker.
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