Charles Nelson

Mark Helfrich: Lost Along the Oregon Trail


Mark Helfrich and Oregon football 2016: So much written, so much argued, so much uncertainty. Amidst the turmoil, one thing is clear: The program now stands at a critical crossroads and turns taken here … or not taken … will...

Prukop, Carrington, Nelson and Brooks-James: Pac-12 Championship Is Still in Play


Oregon lost last Saturday. They lost the game, a starting wide receiver and the blindside protection for Dakota Prukop. The Ducks lost a lot – but they did not lose the season. The next few months appear to be headed...

Oregon’s New LONG-BALL Strategy


Something I worried about going into last season was the skill Vernon Adams had in throwing the long-ball, and whether the coaches would allow him to do it. It took awhile, but it became apparent to all that (even with the...

Trojans’ Coach Helton: “It Was Not a Good Day For Us.”


The Oregon Ducks destroyed the Trojans 48-28 in bitterly cold, sunny weather today at a packed Autzen. RB Royce Freeman ran wild for 147 yards, but USC’s players and coaches had one explanation for the reason why: Oregon quarterback Vernon...

Can the Ducks Ride Momentum to Win Over Stanford?


Stanford Week is upon us, and our Ducks seem to be hitting stride at just the right time, coming off a 44-28 victory against Cal that wasn’t as close as the score indicated. Oregon scored 31 unanswered points to end...

Todd Graham — “There was never a point where I didn’t think we were going to win.”


The Oregon Ducks entered Sun Devil Stadium Thursday night riding an 8-game win streak against the Arizona State Sun Devils. By the end of the game, Oregon and Arizona State had played out one of the most memorable games in Duck football...

If Oregon’s History Is Any Indication, Things Are Looking Up for Young Secondary


Oregon’s 4-3 start to the 2015 season is nothing to complain about. As fans, we are all lucky to have a team to root for at all, let alone a winning one. Still, it takes some getting used to watching the...

Oregon Ducks Need A Win To Turn Their Season Around


The Oregon Ducks find themselves in an unfamiliar place at the halfway mark of the season sitting at 3-3 and at .5oo. They face a stiff test when they travel to Seattle to play Washington. The Huskies come off of their biggest win of the season with an... Continue reading →

College Football: Who to Root For and Against in Week 7


The Oregon Ducks are sitting at 3-3 headed into Week 7. Duck fans didn’t see this coming, the college football know-it-alls didn’t see this coming and I definitely didn’t see it coming. Usually, my articles focus on other teams around the...

Lightning Strikes Twice as Griffin Shines Against Colorado


Whether it due to the entire Duck offensive line getting stuck in a hotel elevator or the hour long weather delay, the Ducks were itching to get back onto the field and erase the memories of their loss last weekend against Utah. With&#46... Continue reading →

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