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Volleyball Recruits Hit Early Season Stride

It’s that time of year again, when the “U! OF! OHH!” chant goes on for hours inside Matthew Knight Arena. The decibel levels don’t quite match those of Autzen Stadium, but the passion of the fans and players holds its...

Expect Changes With Oregon Football Recruiting in Next Six Months

Nearing the halfway mark of the 2017 recruiting class in September, the Oregon Ducks have managed to collect roughly half of the expected prospects to sign in February. Just because Oregon has 11 current verbal commitments to date, don’t expect...

Oregon Football Still Has Something to Prove After Its Best Recruiting Month

Out of nowhere, Oregon Ducks football hit the month of June with a collection of recruits like it’s never seen before. The typical football recruiting cycle at Oregon starts off slow, adds a few players throughout fall and the football...

ShrineDog Awards of 2016 Class: Recruiting Vavae Malepeai

The anticipation of the ShrineDog Awards always makes me happy. If you’re not familiar with this FishDuck.com original award, you may get a better explanation from the first ShrineDogs article here. Another signing period is over, so that requires me to...

Jackson Mestler: Star Recruit and Glimpse Into His Near Future at Historic Hayward Field

The Oregon Ducks have scored another prodigy for their track and field program, this time with Jackson Mestler of Sheldon High School. Anyone who payed attention to the high school races during the recent Oregon Relays at Historic Hayward Field has...

Oregon’s Stunning Ranking in FishDuck.com’s Comparative Recruiting Index

It didn’t start with Moneyball, but the book, and movie starring Brad Pitt, about Major League Baseball’s Oakland A’s certainly shined a deserving spotlight on the relationship between statistics, math and winning. Now is a great time of year to...

Final Analysis of Oregon Football Recruiting 2016

The recruiting class of 2016 for the Oregon Ducks did not end as well as I would have liked. Expecting to crack the top 15 for the first time under coach Mark Helfrich was initially promising but, like the second...

Oregon Football Weathered the Storm and Revived Recruiting

If you have ever worked in wet, cold weather with drenched gloves that merely protect soggy fingers from the gusty winds, you’ll know what I mean when I say it is uncomfortable. You know that feeling that your hands are...