Topic: Jeff Maehl

Take a Knee: Keanon Lowe reflects on his humongous block against Washington State

By on Monday, Oct. 21 at 12:40 pm.

One of the biggest plays from Saturday’s Oregon-Washington State game was Thomas Tyner’s 66-yard touchdown run with 4:40 left in the second quarter to give the Ducks a 34-21 lead. While the run was brilliant, the biggest highlight on that play was the devastating block by wide receiver Keanon Lowe on safety Deone Bucannon that […]


GameDay: Oregon’s top offensive plays from the Chip Kelly era

By on Thursday, Aug. 22 at 2:39 pm.

Oregon has been known for its high-octane offense under former head coach Chip Kelly. With Kelly in Philadelphia, questions loom about Oregon’s offense and if it will still function at blur speed and how the transition will work from Kelly to his right-hand man Mark Helfrich. While all those questions will be answered throughout the season, […]


How will Oregon football’s offense change under Mark Helfrich and Scott Frost?

By on Monday, Feb. 4 at 12:31 pm.

With last week’s hiring of Scott Frost as offensive coordinator, new head coach Mark Helfrich finds even more continuity on one of the most stable coaching staffs in the country. Previously wide receivers coach, Frost brings both a winning attitude and experience on both sides of the ball. He began his college career as a […]


Long: Mariota will see more success than Darron Thomas

By on Friday, Oct. 19 at 12:44 am.

The hoopla is over. The islander quarterback is in fact a human being. His five interceptions the past four games prove his mortality. Yet, despite Kilimanjaro-sized expectations coming into his premier season, Marcus Mariota has weathered the storm of the first half of his first college football season — and he looked good doing it. […]


Video: Defining moments in Oregon football history: #6, 2009 Civil War game

By on Tuesday, Aug. 28 at 5:32 pm.

Produced by: Will Rubin/ Sreang “C” Hok The 2009 Civil War between Oregon and Oregon State marked the 115th year of the gridiron rivalry, but the first contest that would earn the winner the Pac-12 championship along with a trip to the Rose Bowl. Televised to a national audience on a Thursday Night, anticipation had […]


Defining moments in Oregon football history: #7 2009 Arizona Drive

By on Sunday, Aug. 26 at 5:56 pm.

Produced by: Will Rubin/ Sreang “C” Hok The 2009 Oregon football season was a roller coaster ride unlike anything seen in recent memory. Beginning in Boise with the loss of both the game and star running back LeGarrette Blount to an afternoon getting picked apart by emerging Stanford star Andrew Luck, Duck fans were reaching […]