Topic: Carson York

Game Day: Where are they now? A look at where former Duck standouts are today

By on Thursday, Sep. 19 at 3:07 pm.

Ever wonder where your favorite Oregon football players ended up after finishing their careers at the university? Here are six guys who were standouts during their time in Eugene: Dion Jordan Oregon’s standout defensive player was the third overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft by the Miami Dolphins and already registered his first career […]

Oregon football practice: Helfrich and Lubick discuss offensive line, linebackers, receiving depth

By on Tuesday, Aug. 20 at 6:30 pm.

Eleven days away from the season opener, the Oregon Ducks are getting more and more into game shape and depth chart decisions are close to being finalized. Head coach Mark Helfrich spoke about the progress of the offensive line and line backers after practice on Tuesday. “Hroniss [Grasu] is awesome,” said Helfrich of his junior […]

Burglary at UO journalism school’s Ghana compound results in $25,000 in stolen goods

By on Monday, Jul. 22 at 9:27 am.

Eight laptops. Five iPhones. Two cameras. Two backpacks. All told, students of the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication’s Media in Ghana program lost what they estimate adds up to approximately $25,000 in gear and cash last week when an unknown number of burglars broke into their compound in Accra in the middle […]

Zone Read: Carson York enjoying internship in Ghana, World Peace signs with Knicks

By on Monday, Jul. 15 at 2:11 pm.

Carson York, former offensive lineman for the Oregon Ducks, is a long way from home. The native of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho is part of a six-week internship program in Accra, Ghana. York is enjoying the program along with fifteen other UO Journalism students. The internship opportunities are varied; with the options ranging from working at […]

Countdown to the Fiesta Bowl: Grading Oregon’s, Kansas State’s offensive lines

By on Wednesday, Dec. 19 at 6:29 pm.

In the days leading up to the 2012 Fiesta Bowl, the Emerald will take a position-by-position look at Oregon and Kansas State, determining which team has the edge going into the BCS showdown on Jan. 3. Oregon — The Ducks’ offensive line was one of the team’s most bruised and battered units in 2012. Coach […]

Oregon loses senior leaders Carson York, John Boyett for season

By on Monday, Sep. 10 at 3:13 pm.

Carson York will undergo knee surgery Tuesday on a broken right patella, the senior offensive lineman confirmed after practice Monday. The news comes hours after the Napa Valley Register broke the news senior safety John Boyett will also undergo surgery on both of his patellar tendons, ending a senior campaign that began with a preseason All-America selection.

De’Anthony Thomas, Dion Jordan lead Ducks with four watchlists

By on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 8:30 pm.

Oregon’s playmakers have been tabbed as contenders for top collegiate honors since the summer, led by running back De’Anthony Thomas and defensive end Dion Jordan, who each made it onto four watchlists. RB Kenjon Barner Maxwell Award (player of the year) Doak Walker Award (top running back) Paul Hornung Award (most versatile player) FS John […]

Carson York, Josh Huff glad to have Bennett back

By on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 2:22 pm.

When Bryan Bennett returned to the practice field Wednesday after discussing the possibility of transferring with Chip Kelly, it was a welcome sight for the Ducks.  Bennett had been in a position battle with Marcus Mariota throughout spring and fall camps with Mariota edging out Bennett for the starting job on September 1st, but the Ducks say that […]