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by: BEN BOLCH Los Angeles Times — The Herald 14h
LOS ANGELES–Whether his Oregon defense had forced a turnover or given up a touchdown, held firm on third down or yielded a long run, Nick Aliotti came to appreciate the predictable silence from one familiar voice.
by: Ryan Thorburn — The Register-Guard 19h
Sampson Niu doesn’t look like an linebacker at first glance.For starters, Niu (pronounced new) wears No. 12 — which his father Sai wore at San Diego State after a stellar high school career in Oceanside, Calif., playing alongside Pro Football Hall of...
by: Pete Fiutak — USA Today: College Football News 20h
Oregon vs. Bowling Green fearless prediction and game preview. Broadcast Date: Saturday, September 1 Game Time: 8:00 pm ET Venue: Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR Network: Pac-12 Network – 2018 CFN…
by: Andrew Greif | The Oregonian/OregonLive — Oregon Live 20h
The former Oregon Ducks head coach spent 2017 on "sabbatical" before returning to coaching this year with the NFL's Chicago Bears.
by: Matt Scotton — KATU 21h
EUGENE, Ore. - Kenny Wheaton's 1994 interception against Washington has been called the play that changed Oregon football history, but as great as that play was it's only part of the bigger story that was the 1994 season. Kenny Wheaton's 19
by: Joseph Yun — SB Nation: Addicted To Quack 17 Aug
Who is the Ducks’ receivers coach? What can he bring to the table as a developer and recruiter? Will he stay long term? Can he get the Ducks receivers on the right path? Coach: Michael Johnson T...
by: J.P. Scott — Athlon Sports 17 Aug
Were starting to see the college football polls come out and odds being set in Vegas. The preview magazines, talk shows and talking heads have all......
by: Larry Brown — Larry Brown Sports 17 Aug
One of Oregon's assistant coaches had extremely high praise for quarterback Justin Herbert. Ducks wide receivers coach Mike Johnson says that Herbert is throwing passes like an NFL quarterback. Ducks WR coach Michael Johnson spent 10 years coaching in...
by: AdamChimeo — SB Nation: Addicted To Quack 17 Aug
Just enough offseason left for one last meaningless article!
by: Andrew Greif | The Oregonian/OregonLive — Oregon Live 17 Aug
For the fourth time in as many seasons, Oregon has a new offensive playcaller in Marcus Arroyo, the 38-year-old coaching nomad from Colfax, California, who has called plays at six previous stops during a 14-year career.
by: Ryan Thorburn — The Register-Guard 17 Aug
Daewood Davis is certainly fast enough to fly down field for the Ducks.During high school in Hollywood, Fla., the lanky wide receiver was clocked at 4.3 seconds in the 40-yard dash.“I’m here to make plays,” Davis said after a recent Oregon fall camp...