How Do Earlier Games Help The Oregon Ducks in the Long Run?

Autzen Stadium

As this season’s schedule is becoming more finalized, the times of the games are proving to be more valuable to the success of the University of Oregon football program. One of the biggest knocks last season on the Oregon Ducks […]

Who is Destined to Have a Better Sophomore Season: Johnny Manziel or Marcus Mariota?

Marcus Mariota

Two of the best quarterbacks last season, Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel and Oregon’s Marcus Mariota, just happened to be red shirt freshmen; so of the two, who is the most poised to have a better sophomore season? Some may think […]

Oregon Ducks Look To Stay Atop Pac-12 Standings for a Third Straight Year

Oregon Duck

Since the Pac-10 grew to be the Pac-12, Oregon has stood its ground at the top of the standings. Now I know it’s only been two seasons and technically they weren’t the Pac-12 champions last season, but they have been […]

Oregon Ducks Already Thinking to 2014; Offer Prep Running Back Joe Mixon a Scholarship

Oregon Ducks

Normally, Oregon likes to see some film of high school players in their senior season, but they can’t afford for five-star running back Joe Mixon get into his senior season without a scholarship. Who is Joe Mixon and why is he already garnering so […]

Is Oregon vs. Oregon State the Best NCAA Football Rivalry Ever?

Oregon vs. Oregon State

Oregon vs. Oregon State (or better known as the Civil War) meets for the 117th time this season on November 29, 2013 in Eugene, OR. For many years it has been asked and now it is time to truly dive […]

Nick Aliotti: The Best Defensive Coordinator in the Nation

Nick Aliotto

For the past decade and a half, Nick Aliotti has headed Oregon’s defense, making it into one of the best in the nation. Oregon is coming off an impressive season, where they were fifth in the nation in quarterback sacks […]

Oregon Ducks: Is it Fair to Compare Mark Helfrich to Chip Kelly?

Mark Helfrich

Mark Helfrich is entering his first season as the head coach of the Oregon Ducks with the bar set pretty high by his predecessor Chip Kelly. Kelly left with a career record of 46-7 (a conference record of 33-3), the […]

Oregon Ducks’ Thomas Tyner: This Year’s Freshman of the Year?

Byron Marshall

Thomas Tyner is the best recruit the Oregon Ducks acquired this offseason; could he be the best freshman in the entire nation? Tyner made serious noise during his senior season when he rushed for an Oregon state record of 644 […]

Does Oregon Have a Shot at Being The First Non-SEC National Champion Since Texas in 2005?

Oregon Ducks

Since the end of the 2005 National Championship, the SEC has dominated the title game. Can Oregon be the first to take the trophy away? Oregon enters this upcoming season a 7/1 favorite to win the National Championship, third behind […]

Oregon Ducks’ Amoako Twins Look to Dominate in Secondary This Season

Ducks Helmet

One of the most important things about defensive backs is symmetry and the Ducks couldn’t have a better setup than with twins Eric and Stephen Amoako entering their first full season. Both brothers red shirted last season as they came highly recruited out of Arlington, Texas. […]

Can Oregon Ducks’ Center Hironiss Grasu Be First Offensive Lineman Taken in 2015 NFL Draft?

Hironiss Grasu

Hironiss Grasu is getting early notoriety again as he was named to the Rimington Trophy watch list (the award given to the best center in all of the NCAA) for the second straight season. The 6’3, 295-pound center has made an […]

Oregon Ducks’ Running Backs Coach Gary Campbell Has Elevated The Position Way Beyond Elite

De'Anthony Thomas

Entering his 30th season with the team and the longest tenured coach at the University of Oregon is Running Backs Coach, Gary Campbell. His résumé is one of the greatest nationwide, if not the best. Of Oregon’s 14 1,000-yard rushers, Campbell has coached […]