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Oregon, Stanford Set For Pac-12 Game Of The Year

By Jim McCoy Wed 6th November SportsNCAA footballOregon DucksStanford Cardinal
The matchup between Oregon and Stanford the past three seasons has been billed as the biggest game of the year on the West Coast, a de facto Pac-12 title game and national semifinal. What it also has been is a spoiler. In each of the past three years, the loser was handed its only regular-season defeat and would've surely played in the BCS championship game otherwise.Read More »

UCLA Looking For Rebound Against The Ducks

By Jim McCoy Fri 25th October Sportscollege footballOregon DucksUCLA
Coach Jim Mora wants to make sure one loss doesn't derail UCLA. The No. 12 Bruins, coming off a disheartening loss to Stanford, have a chance for redemption - in a big way - against the No. 2 Oregon Ducks this Saturday. Mora says that so far UCLA's body of work has been good, but it needs to get better by the end of the season to truly see where the Bruins are.Read More »

Ducks vs. Huskies Preview

- Steve Sarkisian finally has Washington where he believed they could get when he inherited an 0-12 program: on the cusp of returning to contention in the Pac-12 Conference. All they need is a validating victory, and none would be more meaningful for the 16th-ranked Huskies than to knock off No. 2 Oregon on Saturday.Read More »

Ducks Baseball Team To Visit Medford

By Jim McCoy Thu 10th October Sportscollege baseballMedford RoguesOregon Ducks
The Medford Rogues today announced that the University of Oregon baseball team will stop in Medford on Monday, March 24 for an afternoon workout and public appearance.Read More »

Former Ducks LB A Rookie Sensation With Bills

By Jim McCoy Wed 2nd October SportsBuffalo BillsKiko AlonsoNFLOregon Ducks
Quiet and introverted, Buffalo Bills rookie linebacker Kiko Alonso pays little attention to the hype he's starting to generate. National TV interviews and a trend on Twitter, titled the "LegendOfKikoAlonso," mean very little to the second-round draft pick out of Oregon. Where many see potential, Alonso sees room for improvement, while looking ahead to Buffalo (2-2) playing at ClRead More »

Ducks' Thomas Unsure of His Return

By Jim McCoy Mon 30th September Sportscollege footballDeAnthony ThomasOregon Ducks
Oregon running back De'Anthony Thomas is being straightforward about hurting his right ankle on the opening kickoff against California. While second-ranked Oregon's coaches never talk about injuries, Thomas was frank about his situation even though he didn't have an exact diagnosis.Read More »

Oregon vs. Tennessee Preview

By Jim McCoy Thu 12th September Sportscollege footballOregon DucksTennessee Vols
WHAT'S AT STAKE Oregon's high-powered blur offense gets another shot to measure up to a team from the Southeastern Conference. The Ducks defeated the Vols 48-13 in Knoxville in their only previous meeting in 2010. That season Oregon faced another SEC team, Auburn, in the BCS national championship game.Read More »

Tyner Off To A Running Start With Ducks

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th September Sportscollege footballOregon DucksThomas Tyner
It's fitting that Thomas Tyner's nickname is Dash. The freshman running back made his highly anticipated debut for No. 2 Oregon last weekend against Virginia and scored the first time he was handed the ball. Oregon went on to defeat the Cavaliers 59-10 and Tyner had a coming out party as the latest speedster for the Ducks' vaunted offense.Read More »

Ducks Looking For Ways To Use Thomas

De'Anthony Thomas is an enigma, and No. 2 Oregon would like to keep it that way. The 5-foot-9, 170-pound running back can confound defenses with his versatility and lightning speed. The trick for the Ducks is to manage Thomas on the field so as to keep opponents guessing while not over-taxing him.Read More »

Frost Settling Into New Role With Ducks

By Jim McCoy Thu 29th August Sportscollege footballOregon DucksScott Frost
When third-ranked Oregon takes the field against Nicholls State on Saturday, head coach Mark Helfrich won't be the only one assuming a new role. Scott Frost will be watching from upstairs at Autzen Stadium as the Ducks' offensive coordinator.Read More »


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