With the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine in full swing, we pause to check in on our Oregon alumni taking part in the action in Indianapolis. The offensive prospects completed their physical and psychological work over the past couple days, and today...
The first group of pro hopefuls touched down in Indianapolis Tuesday to kick off the events of the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine. This week, five Oregon alumni are among more than 300 prospects who will make their way to Lucas...
Through their five-game win streak, including their most recent convincing 48-28 win over USC, the Ducks have looked very much like the Ducks of the last few years — Duck teams that relied on almost unstoppable offenses and opportunistic defenses to dominate the...
Bralon Addison has returned this season after missing all of 2014 from a spring practice injury, and it looks like Addison hasn’t missed a step. Addison looked really good in his second game against Michigan State catching seven passes for 138 yard... Continue reading →
The Oregon Ducks may have lost their most versatile Wide Receiver for the season. Byron Marshall was injured on a kickoff return in the second half against Utah last weekend and was helped off the field. He was seen minutes later getting on a cart and... Continue reading →
Confusion. Okay, now that I’ve answered the entire question of the article I guess I’ll just go home … … Kidding. But seriously, confusion is the only appropriate answer for how the Ducks game unfolded. Over the course of this&#... Continue reading →
Vernon Adams proved he does belongs on the big stage. Oregon didn’t win, but they came close, falling to the Michigan State Spartans 31-28. Adams missed a wide open Byron Marshall on second and six with 1:27 to go in the game. Then, he was sacked on ... Continue reading →
The Oregon Ducks did not look good last night on offense. If you had asked me at the end of last season if this was a statement I would make, I would have probably said no. Quarterback Marcus Mariota was a special player for the Oregon Ducks. That is v... Continue reading →
Look, for starters, there are hundreds of reasons why it’s OK Oregon lost. There are the “excuse-y” reasons, like how the team was on the road against one of the toughest defenses in the nation — starting a QB who’s been with the offense for roughly a month now. There are the obvious reasons why it’s […]
As we approach the 2015 College Football Season, teams across the country will be battling for a spot in the second year of the College Football Playoff and the Pac-12 Conference will have their usual group of contenders including USC, UCLA, Stanford a... Continue reading →