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September 2015 - page 2

High altitude brings Vernon Adams Jr. a different set of problems than most Oregon Ducks

Adams’ sickle-cell trait can induce severe cramping.

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What’s the Ducks biggest loss with Byron Marshall’s injury? Talent and confidence

Marshall will reportedly miss the rest of the season with an injury.

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Both Oregon QBs, Adams and Lockie, have negative grades

Everyone knew replacing Marcus Mariota was going to be a tough task for Oregon. But it has proven to be really, really tough. Continue reading

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Watch: After rout by Utah, Ducks defense trying to ‘simplify’ scheme

Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum addresses reporters Wednesday after practice ahead of UO’s matchup with Colorado.

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Football Practice Report: Sept. 30

Oregon is working to simplify things on defense this week, to cut down on allowing explosion plays entering Saturday’s game at Colorado. Continue reading

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Ducks believe offensive line concerns are ‘fixable’ after allowing Utah 5 sacks

One year after Oregon’s reshuffled unit left the month of September allowing far more sacks than it wanted, UO ranks 101st in the Football Bowl Subdivision with 2.75 sacks allowed per game with the calendar about to hit October.

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XC Returns to Action at Washington

After three weeks of training in Sunriver, the Oregon cross country teams return to action for the Washington Invitational Friday. Continue reading

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2016 5-Star Power Forward T.J. Leaf Releases Loaded Final 6

T.J. Leaf, a five-star power forward in the 2016 class, has trimmed his list of potential schools to six.  The 6-foot-9, 215-pound prospect out of California is ranked the No…. Continue reading

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Unranked Ducks need win against Colorado to restore confidence

Add this to the list of things we didn’t think we’d say heading into week 5 of the football season: Oregon needs a win at Colorado next week. Like, r… Continue reading

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