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August 6, 2002


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Forfeitures unlikely punishment for scheme - Eugene Register-Guard
Lead paragraph: The University of Oregon isn't likely to face disciplinary action that could result in forfeiting past games as a result of players exchanging their complimentary tickets for reduced rent, though it can't entirely be ruled out.

Harrington getting comfortable, creating competition for starting QB job - Detroit Free Press
Lead paragraph: Mike McMahon is still the Lions' starting quarterback

QBs wage tight duel for top job - The Detroit News
Lead paragraph: McMahon, Harrington aim to start

If you win a lot, there ought to be an investigation - Oregonian
Lead paragraph: Happy, happy New Year

Ludwig learned from the best - Portland Tribune
Lead paragraph: UO coordinator trained under Pokey Allen and Al Borges at PSU

Pac-10 investigates University football players' conduct - Oregon Daily Emerald
Lead paragraph: The six current and former athletes, whom have yet to be identified, allegedly exchanged complimentary football tickets for lower rent at local apartments

College football equals business - Oregon Daily Emerald
Lead paragraph: Money, it's a gas. Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash. New car, caviar, four-star daydream, think I'll buy me a football team." -- Pink Floyd

Preseason polls pick Ducks as third-ranked Pac-10 team - Oregon Daily Emerald
Lead paragraph: Oregon, the 2001 national runner-up, is ranked No. 15 by coaches but is predicted to finish behind both Washington Schools

Ticket negotiations delay distribution of sports pamphlet - Oregon Daily Emerald
Lead paragraph: A brochure listing Oregon's sporting events and the corresponding ticket release dates is still being produced, which may inconvenience some students

Women's Basketball Announces 2002-03 Schedule - UO Athletics
Lead paragraph: Six of the Ducks' nine non-conference foes were NCAA Tournament qualifiers last year.

OTHER UO NEWS

Grant boosts UO language studies - Eugene Register-Guard
Lead paragraph: A foreign language center at the University of Oregon has become one of three new national centers for language instruction and research.


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