Pac-12 Football

Ducks’ Struggles Could Cost Huskies a Playoff Spot

For more than a decade, the Washington Huskies watched their hated rivals to the south rise to the upper echelon of college football. This rise was accompanied by the annual beating the Ducks put on the Huskies each fall for 12 straight years....

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I Now Pronounce You Big 12 & Pac-12; You May Kiss the Bride

Dear Reader, the following was my response to a suggestion that all teams including Florida International, play in a postseason bowl game and a criticism of the ridiculously bloated post season. Florida International University, Bowls for everyone? All 128 schools play a...

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SEC (Southeastern Chickens) Renounce Roosting in Autzen

May rabies ravage the Dawgs and anthrax annihilate the Aggies! It’s not as if Oregon‘s Athletic Directors haven’t made a valiant effort. The Ducks once had home engagements scheduled with the Georgia Bull Dogs and the Texas A&M Aggies, only...

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Cranky Curmudgeon: Ted Miller is WRONG about the Pac-12

The Cranky Curmudgeon, is a new writer at FishDuck.com, and I welcome him as a critic of all, and one who is not reluctant to step into negative writing territory. Reading a few of his first articles submitted required me...

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College Football 2015: A Mess of a Season

Mike Merrell’s Three-and-Out The czars who run college football must be ecstatic! With just a week to go in the regular college football season, the landscape is a complete mess. For the post-season lineup, there’s all sorts of room for...

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Bye Week Gives Ducks a Chance to Refocus

The Oregon Ducks had this past weekend off, but the rest of the Pac-12 stayed busy as we make our way toward the release of first College Football Playoff Rankings of 2015. In anticipation of their release on November 3, ESPN’s Kevin Gemmell...

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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...

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Taylor Alie Reportedly Named Oregon Starting QB vs. Washington State

Saturday’s game against Washington State will be Oregon’s sixth contest of the season, and the Ducks will reportedly be led by their third different starting quarterback in the form of Taylor Alie.

According to Justin Hopkins of 247Sports, the sophomore walk-on has been tabbed to start against the Cougars, although Jeff Lockie is expected to see some playing time throughout the contest as well.

The Ducks are in unfamiliar territory, as they have struggled to a 3-2 start. Life after Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota has proved difficult, with neither Vernon Adams Jr. nor Lockie taking a firm hold on the starting job.

That means Alie, who has seen action in four games this season, will get his opportunity to shine in a Pac-12 clash at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon.

Alie is unheralded and fairly inexperienced at the collegiate level, but Ducks offensive coordinator Scott Frost has plenty of confidence in him, per Brianna Amaranthus of CSNNW.com.

“I don’t know (which quarterback) is our one, two and three guy right now,” Frost said. “Taylor’s gotten hundreds of reps since fall camp has started, so it isn’t like he is sitting on a knee watching practice.”

Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich is a big fan of Alie as well. While he is often overlooked due to his status as a walk-on, Helfrich believes Alie is comparable to Mariota in some ways, according to Daniel Uthman of

College Football: Who to Root for and Against in Week 6

With each passing week, college football seems to get a little crazier. This past Saturday was certainly no exception as four of the top 10 teams in

Byron Marshall Injury: Updates on Oregon WR’s Leg and Recovery

The problems for Oregon’s football team continue to get worse, as star wide receiver Byron Marshall could miss the rest of his senior season with a leg injury.

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