The Oregon Ducks football program has had an incredible run of head football coaches over the past two decades. And with the success has come the trend of promoting internally.
Although the Spring Game presented a new era in Oregon football under head coach Mark Helfrich, one thing is still certain – Marcus Mariota can lead the Ducks on offense. However, the question of who will fill the spot as back up is still very much present. Heading into the Spring Game Helfrich mentioned that [...]
Well it's official now. Oregon's Spring Game will be a battle between offense and defense as opposed to the years of the past.
Oregon Ducks football star tight end Colt Lyerla spoke after practice to media about the controversial tweets he posted a few weeks back that included a Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting conspiracy video.
Just less than three months after the Oregon Ducks defeated Collin Klein and the Kansas State Wildcats 35-17 in Glendale, Ariz., the Ducks returned to the practice field today for the first day of spring ball. While many faces present after practice were familiar, there was one obvious and glaring difference; Chip Kelly, after four [...]
Mark Helfrich is considering taking in a big step in allowing members of the media and general public to observe practices.
Oregon has had to deal with late-season losses four of the last five years. There was the loss to Stanford in 2009, the loss to USC in 2011 and finally Stanford in 2012. But is there a game in 2013 that could crash the Ducks' national title dreams? First, let's look at last year.
Duck football wasn’t the only team adding a few new Ducks today — Oregon’s track and field team picked up some highly-touted native Oregonians as well. Though Aloha, Ore., running back Thomas Tyner committed to Oregon for football, head football coach Mark Helfrich hinted at a press conference this afternoon that Tyner and Devon Allen [...]
Oregon has a number of big time recruits interested in donning green and yellow over the next 3-5 years of their collegiate
The University of Oregon officially confirmed the promotion of Scott Frost to the position of offensive coordinator of Oregon's football program on Thursday. Frost had previously spent the past four seasons as the Ducks' wide receivers coach.