Andrew Haubner joined the KEZI 9 News team as Sports Director in April 2018.
Andrew spent the previous two years as Sports Director at KTWO-TV in Casper, Wyoming, covering everything from pro rodeo to high school football. He also had the unique chance to cover the University of Wyoming football team's rise from the basement of the Mountain West to a conference championship game. While in Wyoming, Andrew brought several special segments to KTWO, including interactive film sessions, weekly live interview segments, and hosted a high school football show each week. It was the first show in Wyoming dedicated to Friday night football across the state. Andrew was also the recipient of the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters award for Best Sports.
Prior to his time in Wyoming, Andrew attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he covered the Buffaloes for three years on television, radio, and in print. He also completed an internship with the NBC Sports Network while in college.
Oregon has always been a type of home for Andrew. His father, a UO graduate, was raised in the Seaside/Cannon Beach area. Andrew grew up just outside of New York City, and remembers seeing Joey Harrington posters in Times Square. He even has a Harrington bobblehead from those days.
Andrew enjoys skiing, hiking, and in the summer, you can find him out on the golf course in a sand trap, going for double bogey on his off days.
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The Ducks offensive coordinator is headed to Las Vegas to take over the Rebels vacant head coaching position.
Oregon wins their first Pac-12 football championship since 2014, and will be headed back to the Rose Bowl in the second year of Mario Cristobal's tenure.
Oregon will be headed to the Pac-12 football championship game for the first time since 2014.
The junior will leave Corvallis following one of the best seasons from a receiver in program history.
Oregon and Oregon State finish the year with their best regular season win totals since 2014.
The Ducks will move forward and face Oregon State in the Civil War on Saturday.
The Ducks are now 5-0 to open the season behind Anthony Mathis and Payton Pritchard.
The Beavers and Cougars will be playing for bowl eligibility on Saturday in Pullman. In the meantime, the OSU scout team has given the Beav defense good tests all week.
The Ducks sit tight at no. 6 in the College Football Playoff poll and take on Arizona State on Saturday, November 23rd.
The Ducks will hit the road for four road games before returning to Matthew Knight Arena on December 8th.