Duck football

Vernon Adams Jr. Keeps Flying


It’s purely improvisational yet somehow it looks like a well-choreographed ballet. Plays that are reminiscent of the ones that were drawn up on the palm of your hand on a playground as a kid seem to have come to life at Autzen Stadium. Only three months have passed since Vernon Adams Jr. officially became a […]
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Recruiting Update: Kelley Donning Green?


News It’s taken around two weeks for Oregon’s top quarterback target, Ryan Kelley (4-Star/Chandler, Ariz./Rivals250) to break his silence following a visit to Eugene. It was worth the wait. “I liked everything about Oregon,” said Kelley. “The stadium, the tradition,...

College Football: Who to Root For and Against in Week 8


The Oregon Ducks head into their bye week coming off one of their most complete games this season. Even though the season might not end on the high note fans hoped for, things are starting to improve across the board...

Lockie Helps Ducks Get Back to Winning Form


The Ducks defeated the Georgia State Panthers 61-28 in their final tuneup before heading into Pac-12 conference play. With the injury to quarterback Vernon Adams, redshirt junior Jeff Lockie was given the chance to make his first collegiate start. As big...

Analysis: Vernon Adams’s Hot Hand, Off His Feet!


Much to many a Duck fans’ delight, Vernon Adams returned to the field to lead the Ducks in vanquishing the University of Washington Huskies. He was very effective converting on third down and made several great downfield throws when opportunity arose....

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...

In the Face of Adversity


Let’s talk about toughness. Since the beginning of the Chip Kelly era and the glorious run Duck fans have enjoyed over the past several years, toughness has always been one of the biggest question marks for Oregon football. Do the Ducks...

There Are Bright Spots Moving Forward


I won’t lie, it was hard. I stood nine rows back on the 20-yard line, surrounded by my fellow students and friends, watching the Ducks let opportunity after opportunity slip out of their grasps. We were wet and cold, but simultaneously...

The Glass is Half-full/Half-empty for Ducks


The routine for the media after each home game goes a little something like this: first make your way down to the field from the press box. Exit Autzen Stadium through the tunnel as the players shuffle by en route to the locker room. Congregate for a short wait in the lobby of the Casanova […]
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Coach MacIntyre: “I guess they were whipping us up front.”


On a night where severe storms postponed the start in Boulder by an hour, Oregon didn’t delay in bringing their own thunder and lightning to town in the form of Royce Freeman and Taj Griffin. The stable of Duck running backs...

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