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Hard Facts: Mouthy fan undermines Blazers

PORTLAND — People who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

This seemingly simple lesson reared its ugly head in Portland.

One person single-handedly beat the Trail Blazers Wednesday.

No, not LeBron James — although he certainly had a hand in it.


Hard Facts: It's gut-check time for the Trail Blazers

Dare we call the Portland basketball team division leaders out loud?

Why not? This young and talented group has earned it.

What worries me is that the Trail Blazers organization may think the grass is greener somewhere else.


Hard Facts: Blazer pride is back

Blazermania is back!

Run as fast as possible to jump on the bandwagon.

The only professional sports team in Oregon is causing the Rose Quarter to bloom again.

Give credit to Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen, general manager Kevin Pritchard and head coach Nate McMillian, because the "Jail Blazers" are no more.


Hard Facts: Ducks' certainly etched in stone

How many people woke up feeling refreshed in Oregon today? Probably not many following the Ducks' loss in Tucson.

While most fans of the soon to be former No. 2 team will not admit it, they were preparing for it.

Why?

It used to be death and taxes were the only two certainties in life, but add another one to the stone slab — the Ducks will let you down.


Hard Facts: It's a cruel world after all


BSU: 'Later, Sooners'


Hard Facts: Where is the line drawn

All sports events start with the playing of the National Anthem. There have been many renditions throughout the years, both good and bad. But must we draw the line somewhere?

Yes, people need to remember that this is not their song— it is our country's song.


Hard Facts: More than athletes

Next time you see an athlete being a jerk, try to remember some of them are people, too.

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