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Hunt For The Host 2


Think you have what it takes to be on 1080 The FAN? We are on a Hunt For The Host again, and this time it could be you. We are kicking off the ultimate sports reality competition and giving you the chance of a lifetime to get paid doing what you love – talking sports! Click here for all the details.

Polar Plunge


The Portland Polar Plunge is a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations, schools, and businesses to support Special Olympics Oregon athletes by jumping, walking or slowly crawling into the frigid and icy Colombia River waters. Every participant must raise a minimum of $50 for the privilege of taking a wintery dip in an icy body of water and will recieve a commemorative long-sleeved t-shirt and a bowl of soup, plus bragging rights. Want the thrill without the chill? Register for Too Chicken to Plunge! the first 50 regisstered "Too Chicken to Plunge" people to attend the Polar Plunge on Feb. 28th will be invited to enjoy the plunge from the Colombia River Yacht Club's HEATED barge. For those who run, consider the 5K Fun Run/Walk before the Polar Plunge! The 5K Fun Run on-site registration begins at 7:30am and the run starts at 9:00am and the Polar Plunge on-site registraion begins at 8:30am and the plunge begins at 11:00am. For more information and to register, visit Plungeoregon.com 

Pacific Northwest Sportsmen's Show


Celebrate 40 Years of Outdoor Adventure with the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show! Experience big names, big brands and a big selection, all in one big location at the Portland Expo Center, February 4th to February 8th! If you hunt, fish, or just love to play in the great outdoors, this is the big one and it’s right here in our backyard for only 5 days. Tickets and more information here!

Monster Jam Live!


Monster Jam is the most exciting form of family motorsports entertainment on the planet.  The stars of the show are the biggest performers on four wheels: the Monster Jam trucks! The twelve-feet-tall, ten-thousand-pound machines will bring you to your feet, racing and ripping up a custom-designed track full of obstacles to soar over - OR smash through. The 2015 touring season brings more Monster Jam excitement providing entertainment tailored perfectly for your family's budget, and these colorful, larger-than-life beasts are sure to capture the hearts of both young and old. In 2015, Monster Jam will receive 26 hours of original programming on FOX Sports 1 followed by a minimum of two re-airings on FOX Sports 2. See Monster Jam live February 14th and February 15th at the Rose Quarter, tickets are on-sale now and start at just $20.
The Fan's Top Stories

Aldridge selected, Lillard snubbed as All-Stars announced


(AP) . . . Portland surprisingly only had one in LaMarcus Aldridge. Point guard Damian Lillard was not among the seven reserves. More.

Seahawks look to match Pats' Super back-to-back


(AP) It's been a decade since Tom Brady and Bill Belichick guided the New England Patriots to back-to-back Super Bowl victories. Now, the NFL's winningest quarterback-coach tandem tries to prevent the Seattle Seahawks from becoming . . . more.

Woods shoots career-worst 82 in Phoenix


(AP) Tiger Woods never looked more lost on the golf course Friday on his way to an 82, the worst score of his career. More.

EWU QB Adams says he has scholarship offer from Oregon


(AP) Eastern Washington's record-setting quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. says he has received a scholarship offer from Oregon and will visit the school this weekend. More.

The FAN's NFL Page


Follow the latest on the Seahawks and Patriots in the Super Bowl - for stats, previews, recaps and the realtime gamecast, make The FAN's NFL Page your pro football destination.

CFP won't move semifinals to Jan. 2


(AP) The College Football Playoff is not interested in ESPN's suggestion to move next season's semifinals from New Year's Eve to Saturday, Jan. 2. More.

Allenby stands by robbery, beating story


(AP) Robert Allenby is standing by his story of a beating and robbery in Hawaii, even though he has no memory of a part of that night. More.