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The Emerald wants you to join us. Emerald reporters and photographers are tagging their posts #UOvUW to share their thoughts on the game, play-by-plays and any fun Washington GameDay traditions. This is a big rivalry: The last time University of Washington beat Oregon Marcus Mariota was 11-years-old. We want know what your GameDay traditions are, especially […]
During all four years with the Oregon football team, place kicker Jared Siegel, who played from 2001-2004, was the special teams scoring leader. As the second all-time scoring leader in program history and holder of multiple single-season records, Siegel is among the list of the best Oregon special teams players in program history. Q: It’s […]
Standing under the lights at Benicia High School in Benicia, California back in 2011, then junior Chris Seisay made a pledge to himself and to his teammates from American Canyon High School that he would be better his team. Without Seisay knowing it, sophomore Jomon Dotson was feeling the same way. Together, these two would […]
As the temperature rose to 80 degrees in Pasadena, California last Saturday, just prior to kickoff against UCLA, the Ducks’ offensive line was finally hearing good news. Senior left tackle Jake Fisher, one of the focal points of the the unit as the season was beginning, would be assuming his position on Marcus Mariota’s blindside. In […]
It’ll be tough to gauge which Washington team will show up on Saturday in Eugene when the two teams face off in this classic rivalry. After underperforming during its non-conference schedule and barely squeaking by teams like Hawaii and Eastern Washington (defeating those teams by a combined eight points), the Huskies found a bit of […]
**Editor’s Note: Each week during football season, we feature an essay from the opponent’s student newspaper on why Oregon will lose. This week’s edition is from Daniel Rubens, the sports editor at the The Daily.** It has to happen eventually. Right? It’s been a decade now. The Huskies haven’t beat the Ducks in 4,001 days (as […]
Oregon’s Arik Armstead and Washington’s Shaq Thompson represent the north and south side of the Pacific Northwest, just as they did representing north and south Sacramento. However, their journeys to their respective schools brought to light a friendship that “no rivalry is going to break up,” Armstead said. Living about 30-45 minutes away from one […]
As the 2014 college football season reaches its midway point, there is no doubt that this season has continued to exceed its high expectations. With the College Football Playoff committee coming out with its first poll on Oct. 28, each game is becoming more important with minimal room for error. Headlined by a top-five matchup, […]
The place holding position with the Ducks is starting to become a tradition shared by Eugene natives. After former Oregon backup quarterback and South Eugene alumni, Dustin Haines carried the duties last season, former Sheldon High School quarterback Taylor Alie has since taken over. In his redshirt freshman season, Alie found the end zone twice […]
Take A Knee: Marcus Mariota talks about the weather and Oregon’s new uniforms for the Washington game
As the weather shifts towards rainier days, the Ducks are preparing for their week eight showdown with rival Washington. With an expected overcast set for game day, Oregon has practiced outside in the rain in hopes of being prepared for the soggy conditions. Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota spoke with the media after practice today, discussing […]
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Entering the 2014-2015 college football season, two names stood out above the rest when talking about the Heisman trophy. Out of one corner comes the name Marcus Mariota, Oregon’s do-everything quarterback who has used his laid-back Hawaiian upbringing to stay calm under the most dire of scenarios, and become one of college football’s premier players. […]
When Devon Allen visits home, sports aren’t the focus of his downtime. Visiting family is a rarity for the sophomore two-sport athlete during a busy calendar year, so he makes an effort to keep things simple and grounded when given the chance. Believe it or not, the U.S. 110 meter hurdle champion and star wide […]
Following the loss against Arizona, Oregon has a lot of work to do to prove that they will not only be deserving of a playoff spot but also be able to attend the Pac-12 championship game at the end of the regular season. So as No. 12 Oregon heads down to Southern California to the […]
Here at The Emerald, we do GameDay right. At least we’d like to think so. Last year, our photographers began documenting the sights and scenes leading up to games at Autzen Stadium and around the Pac-12. Those photos of fans were a wild success, often getting over 7,000 views on game days. Our coverage of last […]
**Editor’s Note: Each week during football season, we feature an essay from the opponent’s student newspaper on why Oregon will lose. This week’s edition is from Jordan Lee, a football reporter at the the Daily Bruin.** When my editor first told me of the opportunity to write this piece, I asked him if we had somehow […]