Oregon took care of business against Washington State on Saturday, and it got a boost from a familiar face. Junior Josh Huff returned to the lineup since spraining his knee earlier this year against Fresno State, and the Ducks wasted no time getting him involved.
For the second time in two weeks, the No. 2 Oregon Ducks overcame an iffy first half with an explosive second to stay undefeated, knocking off the Washington State Cougars 51-26 Saturday night at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
For the better part of thirty minutes, Oregon and Washington State traded blows with Oregon clinging to a 23-19 lead. Then, almost without warning, Dion Jordan, Michael Clay and Wade Keliikipi came up with sacks on three consecutive plays forcing a fourth and 38 on the Cougars’ final offensive play of the half.
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Thomas Tyner, the five-star speedster out of Aloha High School in Beaverton, Ore., has had Oregon fans drooling ever since he verbally committed to Oregon on November 19, 2011.
Zone Read PM: Ducks travel to WSU for first game away from Autzen, Moore goes for 500, LaMike’s twitter jab
When the Ducks head north to face Washington State this weekend, their equipment will be brought up in the Ducks’ new equipment truck. Chip Kelly spoke with reporters on Thursday and said the Ducks aren’t paying too much attention to where the game is being played — though Marcus Mariota said he’s excited to play in […]
After four consecutive weeks playing at home, Chip Kelly’s Ducks fly north for the first time this season and the Ducks’ fourth-year head coach says the team is ready for the change of scenery — but they’d be just as happy playing at home, too.
Listen to redshirt senior Ryan Clanton talk about his truck, and you’ll know that the motor of Oregon’s offensive line loves motors.
A dynasty. It’s what every head coaches hopes to build. Victories are nice, but a tradition of winning, an expectation of excellence is what the men with the playbooks strive for.
Opponents of the Ducks are used to having to ask themselves who the ball is going to. Now they have to wonder — who isn’t it going to?
Chip Kelly post practice 9/25/12.
Sitting in front of the media in a black sleeveless shirt Saturday night, Colt Lyerla smiled like a free man. And, in a way, he was. All year long, the Ducks’ 6-foot-5 sophomore tight end has been locked away from the media, either in self-exile or as punishment for missing the beginning of fall camp […]