Scott Frost

More from ASIC Portland on the Cutting Edge of Coffee Science


Following a dizzying week of coffee science learning in mid-September at the Association for Science and Information on Coffee (ASIC) biennial symposium in Portland, Oregon, I attempted to sum up of…

Has Oregon Killed Chip Kelly’s Offense?

There’s no questioning that Chip Kelly revolutionized not just the Oregon offense, but college football itself. While Mark Helfrich largely sustained that offensive success with quarterback Marcus Mariota, since he left for the NFL we have seen gradual changes to...

Recruiting Update: Frost Going After JUCO QB?

News Oregon took a major step in honing its 2016 recruiting class with four early signatures coming by way of wide receiver receiver Dillon Mitchell (4-Star/Memphis, Tenn.), linebacker Eric Briscoe (3-Star/Yakima, Wash.), drop-end Hunter Kampmoyer (3-Star/Bishop, Calif.) and offensive guard Jacob...

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...

Prepare for a Great Season with Dwayne Stanford

When you think about Oregon’s offense, words like fast, strong and resilient come to mind. All-star wide receiver Dwayne Stanford is the epitome of what it means to be a part of Oregon’s offense. The 6’5″ redshirt junior has had...

Video: Vernon Adams Jr.’s finger at 80-percent; starting quarterback not named

Vernon Adams Jr. addressed the health of his finger on Monday, saying it is at 80-percent, and that it still hurts. However, it is past the point of re-injury according to offensive coordinator Scott Frost.

Frost concurs that Adams benefited from sitting out against Georgia State, allowing him to get a lot of much-needed “mental reps” since he lacks experience in the Ducks’ high-octane offense. There is also a tremendous amount of confidence in Bralon Addison to run Oregon’s wildcat offense. Watch below for details.

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