Lavasier Tuinei

The Sweetest Duck Victories


Every win is a good win, but there a few in recent memory that stand head and shoulders above the rest. Some particular characteristic that made the victory extra special, extra satisfying. A few games that bring a smile to... Continue reading →

Former Oregon WR Lavasier Tuinei Finds New Home with CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers


Lavasier Tuinei was a wide receiver for the Oregon Ducks from 2009-2012 where he logged 108 receptions for 1212 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was progressively more effective year-over-year at Oregon, and was instrumental in the Ducks’ 2012 Rose Bowl v... Continue reading →

Remembering the Last Rose Bowl


Good morning, Ducks! Thursday we will play Florida State in the 2015 Rose Bowl. Let us take a ride in the way back machine and try to assimilate the karma from the last time we played in the Granddaddy! Through...

Oregon Ducks Football: Former Ducks Try To Improve NFL Draft Stock In Pro Timing Day


De'Anthony Thomas and other former Oregon Ducks hoping to play NFL football next season worked out at the Moshofsky Center.

Evaluate the Meal, Not the Ingredients


Two of the signature days on the football calendar brought the season to a close last week.  The first was last Sunday in the form of the Super Bowl, sport’s biggest spectacle, but also one of the truest meritocracies; the team that executes better on the field wins, and does so by presumably having the best combination of player talent ...

Lavasier Tuinei Signs With the New England Patriots


Former Oregon Ducks football star wide receiver Lavasier Tuinei has signed a free agent contract with the New England Patriots.

Ducks In the Draft


The 2012 NFL Draft is over, and six players from the Oregon Ducks are signed to NFL rosters. Four of those drafted players were drafted. Who's left waiting for an NFL invitation, and who is making their name known?

Complete team effort leads Oregon to first Rose Bowl victory in 95 years


The fifth-ranked Oregon Ducks held on to beat a talented Wisconsin team, marking the first BCS bowl victory for head coach Chip Kelly.

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