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Oregon went to Colorado last Saturday and many fans wondered if they would get the win. The Ducks pulled away in the second half of the game winning 41-24, but it was tied 17-17 at halftime. They played two quarterbacks in the win, Jeff Lockie started,… Continue reading →
Former Oregon Duck Point Guard Joseph Young impressed in the NBA Summer League, the big question then was could his game translate to the bigger stage. On Tuesday the question was answered, perhaps not completely, but it was in the direction of a posit… Continue reading →
We’re six weeks into the 2015 college football season and deciding which four teams currently belong in the playoff is proving to be difficult. Since parity and an absence of great teams created a disproportionate amount of teams in contention, we… Continue reading →
A little more than a year removed from knee surgery to repair a torn ACL, Griffin is seeing significant playing time for Oregon. After receiving a handful of touches in the Ducks’ first four games, he exploded for 110 yards rushing. Continue reading →
Oregon has two commits to their class of 2016 filling a need in every recruiting cycle. But is it solid? A.J. Jacobson and Aaron Fentress discuss. Continue reading →
There are seven new head coaches in the Power Five conferences this season with mixed success on the field and on the recruiting trail so far. Here is an examination of how things are going at this point. They are listed in alphabetical order. Continue reading →