The Oregon Women’s Basketball team is somewhere that they have not been in four years. A place of relevancy when it comes to potential post season play. The Ducks need one more victory to be post season eligible. Of course, more than one win in the P… Continue reading →
The USA Today is reporting that the NCAA Rules Committee will not move forward with a rule that would have required a ten second delay before the offense could snap the ball in college football. They cited injury or potential injury to athletes as one … Continue reading →
Opportunity knocked for tight end Johnny Mundt in a surprising freshman year. Entering the spring of his sophomore season, Mundt is a potential breakout star in a loaded Oregon Ducks offense.
Mundt first appeared on the radar early, seeing playi… Continue reading →
The Oregon Ducks landed a very big commitment the other day; in every sense of the word. 6-foot-3, 325-pound Newbury Park (Calif.) offensive lineman Zach Okun shows on film the he can move his opponents around. Continue reading →
The Oregon Ducks received their first commitment of the 2015 class on Tuesday when massive offensive lineman Zach Okun made his verbal pledge to offensive line coach Steve Greatwood and announced it via twitter.
The Oregon Ducks are done with the Class of 2014 and have already gotten their first commitment from the Class of 2015. But wait a minute. The Ducks still may add another player to the prior class before all is said and done. Continue reading →