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Crouser's father, Dean, said Sam has been invited to throw in three European competitions in a span of less three weeks, including the German national championships. The younger Crouser, a two-time NCAA champion for the Ducks, made Team USA for last year's World Outdoor Championships, but failed to advance to the event final. Comment?
Reports were glowing from prospects who visited the Oregon Ducks during the spring game last weekend, but no recruit seemed closer to a commitment than 247Sports three-star running back C.J. Verdell . After arriving Friday evening, the 5-foot-9, 195-pound ball-carrier, out of Mater Dei Catholic , took a quick tour of the facilities and nearly committed on the spot. Comment?
The reviews on Oregon Ducks spring game visits have been glowing from recruits, and that trend continued at one of the program's most glaring positions of need. After losing Vavae Malepeai to USC on signing day , and considering the expectation that Royce Freeman will head to the NFL after this season, Oregon is in search of running back help in the class of 2017. Comment?
Yarntastic Fiber Arts closes for good at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 27 . Until then, all remaining stock is 70 percent off. Comment?
Ryan Crouser's huge performance at last weekend's Big 12 Indoor Championships puts him on the road bigger things. In his roundup of the Division I college conference indoor meets for the Daily Relay, Squire rates Crouser's shot put of 71 feet, 3 1/2 inches as the weekend's outstanding single performance by a male athlete. Comment?
Suburban homeowners ripping out thirsty lawns are dotting their new drought-tolerant landscapes with milkweed native to California's deserts and chaparral - plants that have the potential to help save water and monarchs at the same time, because the female monarch will only lay her eggs on milkweed. Overall numbers of the majestic black-and-orange butterflies have dropped from 1 billion to fewer than 60 million over the past two decades as milkweed nationwide has fallen prey to development and pesticides. Comment?
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