Marcus Mariota Shines at Pac 12 Media Days

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The temperatures in LA this week were exceptionally high, but Oregon Quarterback, Marcus Mariota may have been even hotter- so hot in fact, I decided to forgo interviewing him and instead gave him a green and yellow sno cone from the events’ sno cone station. No, I’m not kidding. The Pac 12 Media Days were held [...]

Oregon Receiver Keanon Lowe, ‘A Lot of People Counting on Me’

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In 2010, a young 4-star recruit from Portland, Oregon found his way to the Oregon Ducks joining a line up of outstanding route runners like, Lavasier Tuinei, Jeff Maehl, Josh Huff, and Bralon Addison. As a redshirt freshman, Keanon Lowe would put his time in on the scout team, begining his journey through the Oregon [...]

10 Reasons to Attend Oregon’s Spring Game

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Duck fans, It’s time to return to Autzen for a little taste of football before a 4 month lull in no-huddle Oregon action. This Saturday, May 3rd at 11am, the Ducks will hold their annual Spring Game- a final scrimmage culminating all their Spring practice efforts. The game will last just about 2 hours, but [...]

Oregon Receiver, Darren Carrington: ‘No Need to Worry’

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“There’s no need to worry. We’ve got a lot of young guys ready to listen and step up and make big plays.” – Oregon receiver, Darren Carrington Ask any Duck fan what their eyes will be on in the Ducks upcoming Spring Game and you’ll likely hear this first: The receivers. Sure, the program has [...]

The Leader the Ducks will Need

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Just two weeks into Oregon’s Spring Camp, it appears leadership may be the key question mark moving into fall camp and the 2014-2015 season. The Ducks suffered a big loss this week when it’s most experienced receiver, Bralon Addison, suffered a torn ACL during Wednesday’s practice, likely putting him out of commission for the up [...]

Oregon Football: 7 Spring Practice Quick Hits

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Oregon Football Spring Practice opened today with its first of 15 practice to be held throughout April, culminating with the 2014 Spring Game to be held the first week of May. As expected, the mood was relaxed and light, yet focused. In keeping with that theme, here are a few take aways from Spring Practice [...]

Oregon’s Jackson and Hawkins, Hidden Gems On and Off the Field

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While most Duck fans were likely focused on a little something called the Pac 12 Tournament, another big event was drawing it’s own crowd at Oregon’s Moshofsky Center- a crowd that included NFL scouts and the Former Ducks trying to impress them on the gridiron. Today, Oregon hosted the 2014 Pro Timing day, giving several [...]

5 Reasons Coach Pellum was the Right Pick

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Just about two weeks ago, Duck fans learned Oregon Football veteran Defensive Coordinator, Nick Aliotti, was retiring. This week, the University officially announced who would be replacing him. Former Linebacker Coach, Don Pellum, also a program veteran has been promoted to fill some very big shoes- a fact he openly acknowledged as he addressed the [...]

5 Reasons to Get Excited about the Alamo Bowl

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Well Duck fans, we’ve finally arrived. After a month long hiatus from Duck football, we all get to watch our team return to the field tomorrow as they face the Texas Longhorns in the 2013 Alamo Bowl. If you’re like me, the break from Oregon football has allowed me to catch up the other important [...]

Celebrating Aliotti’s Departure for the Right Reasons

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Yesterday, Oregon Defensive Coordinator, Coach Nick Aliotti, announced his retirement making Monday’s Alamo Bowl his last game at Oregon. Though his announcement wasn’t a surprise to many, it  sparked a wave of fan opinion- some positive and far too much negative. As they say, “Keep it Class, Oregon.” Over the past several years, Oregon has [...]