By Jarrid Denney, ScoopDuck: On Dec. 13, Dana Altman stated with cautious optimism that he hoped some combination of Oregon’s four injured players could make a return to game action after Christmas.
None of those four — Keeshawn Barthelemy, Nate Bittle, Ethan Butler, or Jermaine Couisnard — were available for the Ducks during their New Year’s Eve showdown with Oregon State in Eugene.
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Oregon's head coach was less-than-optimistic while discussing the return timeline of four of the Ducks' key players.
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