The third member of what was once known as the Sports U “Fab Five” has committed. Hudson Catholic forward Louis King, a five-star recruit in the class of 2018, committed to Oregon in a video posted to Twitter on Thursday, picking the Ducks over Seton Hall, Purdue, N.C. State and Kansas. “I would like to announce… Continue reading “Boys Basketball: Hudson Catholic 5-star forward Louis King commits to Oregon”
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tyler Dorsey scored 27 points and Dillon Brooks added 17 as Oregon knocked off top-seeded Kansas 74-60 on Saturday night to reach the national semifinals for the first time since 1939. The game was played at Sprint Center, less than an hour from Allen Fieldhouse, the home of the Jayhawks, but the… Continue reading “Oregon derails Kansas, lands first Final Four trip since 1939”
By Marcus Shockley
The NCAA onslaught of investigations continues now with the Oregon Ducks, where one or more players’ eligibility over the past two seasons has come into question. While no player has specifically been named in the investigation, it’s apparently widely known exactly who is being referred to:
Oregon officials did not identify the player or players involved but numerous media reports have identified center Michael Dunigan as the key figure in the investigation.
However, even though the article cited above (from the Statesman Journal) states that Dunigan is still on the Oregon roster, that’s no longer true, as Dunigan has bolted for a professional gig in Israel.
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