Kenjon Barner

Chip Kelly Update: Everything’s Good Again …


… or is it? After weeks of despair and dissension, the 4-7 Philadelphia Eagles rallied to stun the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, 35-28. Chip Kelly outsmarted coaching legend Bill Belichick in their first head-to-head battle. Sam Bradford returned...

Jordan Kent: Oregon’s Three-Sport Star


In college football today we often expect our athletes to be involved with a second sport. Lamichael James, Kenjon Barner, De’Anthony Thomas, and Devon Allen all have participated in track and field. There are rare athletes that take th... Continue reading →

Unreasonable, Unrealistic? Or are Duck Fans’ Expectations the New Normal?


When did it happen? When was it that we stopped hoping to win and started expecting to win? Was it the pick in ’94? Nah, too early. Was it our #2 ranking after 2001? Nope, but we’re getting closer. Expecting... Continue reading →

Jim Radcliffe: The Man Who Makes Oregon Go


All programs have them and they are often overlooked by the fans. They are the people who transform incoming freshmen into future stars. These unsung heroes are the strength and conditioning coaches, and they are just as important to the... Continue reading →

Ducks In The NFL: Kenjon Barner Continues To Shine In Win vs Green Bay


When Chip Kelly was at Oregon, he did one thing particulary well. He won. He did it by putting up a lot of points in a short amount of time. Last night in the NFL Preseason at Lambeau Field against Green Bay it appeared the 2015 Philadelphia Eagles wer... Continue reading →

Chip Kelly Update: Playing Through Injuries


In his first three months as general manager of the Eagles, Chip Kelly machine-gunned a stunning series of roster changes that left many observers saying he was over his head in player personnel decisions. He traded RB LeSean McCoy for... Continue reading →

Ducks In The NFL: Kenjon Barner Returns Another Touchdown, Walter Thurmond Intercepts vs Baltimore


The Philadephia Eagles played their second game of the NFL Preseason last night against the Baltimore Ravens and former Oregon Ducks were again on display. Roster moves will have to be made over the next few weeks and one player in particular is workin... Continue reading →

Chip Kelly Update: A Great Start


Preseason games mean nothing — we all know that. And yet … the Philadelphia Eagles stomped on the Indianapolis Colts Sunday, and it was hard not to be excited by the way the team played. Even if you ignore the... Continue reading →

Ducks In The NFL: Kenjon Barner, Marcus Mariota Shine in First Week of Preseason


Former Oregon Ducks had a good first week in the National Football League, but some saw very limited action in the first official week with NFL Football back. The Preseason is an opportunity for some players to make a statement – possibly even to mak... Continue reading →

The Ducks Flock to the Zoo


I recently clicked on a link to Duck running back Thomas Tyner‘s Twitter account. I read the part that went with the article I had been reading, then scrolled down to Valentine’s Day. He’d tweeted about going to Zany Zoo. Nate...

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