Topic: Oregon Football

Emerald sports quotes of the week: Devon Allen ‘keeps surprising’ on gridiron and track

By on Sunday, Apr. 20 at 5:37 pm.

Every Sunday, The Emerald sports staff will collect their favorite quotes from the previous seven days. Athletes, coaches, media or anybody with a quote pertaining to Oregon sports can be included. Below are The Emerald’s favorites from the week of April 14-20. Track and field “Devon Allen keeps surprising. He is probably beat up more […]

Take a Knee: Arik Armstead discusses his offseason, basketball and Johnathan Loyd

By on Friday, Apr. 18 at 3:33 pm.

Oregon defensive lineman Arik Armstead played for the men’s basketball team as recently this past season, but in late January, he decided to leave the team to focus on football. Armstead, who’s going into his junior season with the Ducks, talked with the Emerald after Friday’s practice about leaving the basketball team, his offseason and […]

Raw video: Scott Frost on offensive line and new meals rule

By on Friday, Apr. 18 at 2:12 pm.

After Friday’s spring football practice, Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost discussed the offensive line’s progression these past three weeks. He also talked about teachable moments, the offense’s tempo and how the unlimited meals rule could affect his team — both players and coaches. Follow Victor Flores on Twitter @vflores415

Take a knee: Johnathan Loyd adresses the media for the first time since becoming member of Oregon football

By on Wednesday, Apr. 16 at 7:57 pm.

Johnathan Loyd addressed the media Wednesday afternoon for the first time since it was announced that he was participating in Oregon spring football as a wide receiver. Loyd, the winningest player in Oregon men’s basketball history, is permitted by the NCAA for a fifth year of eligibility in a different sport. He discussed the reasons behind […]

Walk-ons will benefit most from unlimited meals, Oregon football coaches and players say

By on Wednesday, Apr. 16 at 3:36 pm.

The NCAA Legislative Council approved a rule on Tuesday that would allow student-athletes to receive unlimited meals and snacks. The rule can be finalized next Thursday when the Division I Board of Directors meets. After Oregon’s spring football practice Wednesday, coaches and players were asked about the new rule, and a common theme emerged. “That’s […]

Emerald Quick Hits: Baseball’s Mitchell Tolman earns Pac-12 player of the week

By on Monday, Apr. 14 at 3:57 pm.

-Third baseman Mitchell Tolman was named Pac-12 player of the week today. This was the Lake Forest, Calif. sophomore’s first time receiving the award. Tolman hit .600 as the Oregon baseball team won five times last week. Tolman was 9-for-15 on the week with six RBIs and five runs. He had a hit in all five games this week in the Ducks’ […]

Take a Knee: Andre Yruretagoyena on his progression and Oregon’s offensive line

By on Monday, Apr. 14 at 1:28 pm.

Oregon offensive lineman Andre Yruretagoyena is going into his redshirt junior season. In a interview with the Emerald after Monday’s spring football practice, he said that he made large strides in the offseason. Yruretagoyena discussed his offseason progression, Oregon left tackle Tyler Johnstone and how the offensive line looks going into the 2014 season. You’ve been […]

Emerald sports quotes of the week: Players and coaches discuss injuries to Matt Krook, Bralon Addison

By on Sunday, Apr. 13 at 4:35 pm.

Every Sunday, The Emerald sports staff will collect their favorite quotes from the previous seven days. Athletes, coaches, media or anybody with a quote pertaining to Oregon sports can be included. Below are The Emerald’s favorites from the week of April 6-13. Football “That’s an athlete’s worst nightmare. That’s something we all know. Through his […]

Emerald Quick Hits: Basketball’s Ben Carter and A.J. Lapray to transfer

By on Friday, Apr. 11 at 2:59 pm.

- Oregon forward Ben Carter is expected to transfer to UNLV, which Ducks head coach Dana Altman confirmed Friday morning. Carter, a Las Vegas native, was a key component to Oregon basketball’s post presence during their late season winning streak, but is seeking more playing time closer to home. Carter averaged 2.5 points and 12 minutes […]

Bralon Addison suffers ACL tear, sources tell Comcast SportsNet Nortwest

By on Thursday, Apr. 10 at 5:13 pm.

Earlier this afternoon, reports surfaced that Oregon wide receiver Bralon Addison left Wednesday’s football practice on a cart after making a non-contact injury on his knee. Aaron Fentress of Comcast SportsNet Northwest reported later this afternoon that Addison tore his ACL, likely causing him to miss the entire 2014 season. Addison was second among Oregon’s […]

Bralon Addison reportedly suffered non-contact injury in spring football practice Wednesday

By on Thursday, Apr. 10 at 3:04 pm.

Oregon wide receiver Bralon Addison suffered a non-contact injury to his left knee during practice on Wednesday, according to KEZI’s Erik Elken. The Oregonian’s Andrew Greif later confirmed  via Twitter that Addison left practice on a cart.  According to Elken, Addison was making a cut before aggravating his knee. His diagnosis and status for the rest […]

Take a Knee: Devon Allen participates in football practice after strong showing at Pepsi Dual Meet

By on Monday, Apr. 7 at 5:08 pm.

Two days after Devon Allen participated in three events at the Pepsi Dual meet at Hayward Field, the redshirt freshman appeared in pads for the second week of Oregon’s spring football practice. The dual-sport athlete scored six points on Saturday and also won the 110 meter hurdles in a personal record time of 13.96 seconds. […]

Raw video: Mark Helfrich on center backups and running back competition

By on Monday, Apr. 7 at 2:10 pm.

After Monday’s spring football practice, Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich spoke to the media and discussed two offensive positions: center and running back. Hroniss Grasu has earned first-team all-Pac-12 honors the last two seasons, so barring anything unforeseen, he will be the starting center next season. But the Ducks still needs backups and Helfrich discussed […]

Oregon men’s basketball guard Johnathan Loyd joins football team as wide receiver

By on Monday, Apr. 7 at 2:20 pm.

Oregon men’s basketball senior guard will be joining the football team this coming season as a wide receiver, according to editor Rob Moseley. Loyd will dawn No. 10 this upcoming season, the same number he wore for the basketball team. Quarterback Damion Hobbs is No. 10 on the current roster but he will switch […]

Oregon football: Scott Frost finds new comfort level in second year

By on Sunday, Apr. 6 at 10:48 am.

After the conclusion of Oregon’s third spring practice, offensive coordinator Scott Frost had mainly positive things to say about his squad as they get back into the swing of things. Frost noted the leadership of Bralon Addison, as well as the strength of Marcus Mariota and the improvement of Thomas Tyner. Frost also spoke about the […]

Take a Knee: Defensive back Troy Hill uses suspension from last season as motivation

By on Friday, Apr. 4 at 1:45 pm.

Redshirt Senior Troy Hill was suspended indefinitely — missing Oregon’s final games against Oregon State and Texas in the Alamo Bowl – after being arrested by the Eugene Police for menacing and fourth-degree assault, including strangulation allegations on Dec. 13. On Jan. 31, he would plead guilty to menacing with a court sentencing that included 36 […]