The Titans finished off a three-game sweep Sunday, handing Oregon its second straight one-run loss, 5-4.
"We played well these last two days, we just need a little more to win, a couple breaks our way," said UO second baseman Aaron Payne, who had two opposite-field, RBI singles among his three hits Sunday.
■ Casey Fluegge takes a look at the O-line as we inch closer to spring practice.
Call them the Big Uglies, but what happens up front will ensure that college football’s highest octane offense remains a thing of beauty. With the possible exception of quarterback, nowhere on Oregon’s roster is there more reason for optimism heading into the 2014 season than in the offensive line.