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History of the Oregon-UCLA Duel Meet

History of the Oregon-UCLA Duel Meet

Last weekend the Duck – Bruin dual resurrected itself after a 23-year hiatus. UCLA and Oregon had a series of 14 dual meets between 1966 and 1985 and the Bruins won 10 meets.

In 1994, as part of the Pepsi Team Invitational, UCLA beat Oregon 85-78 by winning the 4x400 meter relay. br> Over 16 of those years (rankings started in 1970) that there were dual meet rankings (by Track and Field News) the Bruins were the top dual meet team in the country with six titles and only one finish below third, in 1978 (Oregon's first victory), when UCLA finished fourth and Oregon was... Recommended Stories

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