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September 2, 2002

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UO REPORT - Oregonian
Lead paragraph: Recap Junior quarterback Jason Fife looked good in his first start, tailback Onterrio Smith ran hard...

Harrington under the gun -- from a barrage of questions -
Lead paragraph: -- Quarterbacks are under constant pressure...

Season's outlook gloomy, but foundation for future is solid because of Marty and Joey -
Lead paragraph: In terms of winning games for the upcoming season, the prospects are as bleak and gloomy for the Detroit Lions as they have been in the last two decades.

Hill impressed with new-look Ducks -
Lead paragraph: Fresno State coach Pat Hill says Oregon hasn't slipped a bit despite having new starters at key offensive spots.

Rankings: Week 3 (Sep. 3 - 9) -
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Jeff Sagarin NCAA football ratings -
Lead paragraph: COLLEGE FOOTBALL 2002 Ratings thru results of SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2002

Oregon Cruises Past Mississippi State - UO Athletics
Lead paragraph: Fife, Smith look sharp as Ducks win 36-13 in remodeled Autzen Stadium.

Questions following Bulldogs to Eugene - Eugene Register-Guard
Lead paragraph: Too many penalties. A search for a cornerback. A standout receiver injured.

Soccer Falls 2-1 at Top-20 Ranked Florida State - UO Athletics
Lead paragraph: Ducks register 11 shots; Peters comes up with nine saves.

Volleyball Sweeps Northridge To Win Fremont Loan and Investment Tournament - UO Athletics
Lead paragraph: Freshman Kelly Russell earns MVP honors.

Oregon set as O'Neil takes on new position - Eugene Register-Guard
Lead paragraph: It's been a couple of years since Oregon volleyball player Katie O'Neil was last in a position to be an offensive threat.


UO libraries open stacks for public use - Eugene Register-Guard
Lead paragraph: University of Oregon librarian Deborah Carver believes everyone should have a chance to take home resources from the school's libraries - a collection of more than 2.4 million books and countless other materials.

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