For many students on campus, Justin Hoffman is living the dream many thought was never possible. Hoffman, a junior wide receiver for the Ducks, walked on to the Oregon football team three years ago and eventually earned a scholarship last spring.
Oregon’s performance against LSU last Saturday will loom like an ever-expanding storm cloud over Eugene for the rest of the 2011 season. The Ducks could go 11-0 the rest of way and win the Pac-10 Championship Game, and it wouldn’t matter. The scars would remain.
By the time David Paulson broke into Oregon’s everyday playing rotation as a redshirt sophomore in 2009, it had been nearly three full years since he’d lined up at tight end in a live game.
Oregon lost three starters on offense from last year's BCS Championship team, but their replacements look more than capable of filling the void.
Joey's number should be retired and more...
After redshirting last season, Lache Seastrunk granted his requested release from the Oregon football program.
Football season is indeed around the corner and there's plenty to look forward to.
There are things more important than sports, just ask Joey Harrington.
Some random thoughts on the sporting scene this week.
Many have heard the adage “Offense sells tickets, but defense wins championships” but is that the truth? Though some question the validity of the statement, the Oregon Ducks have proven that for them, defense has been a crucial part in their 2013-14 late-season success. The Ducks showcased both heart and skill in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament proving ...