Topic: Rose Bowl

Kim: Joe Walker adds physical nature that Oregon hasn’t seen since Kiko Alonso

By on Friday, Sep. 12 at 3:25 pm.

Michael Clay sent out a tweet following Oregon’s 46-27 win over No. 7 Michigan State claiming Joe Walker was the second coming of Kiko Alonso. The junior linebacker out of Palos Verdes High School, who had started in place of Derrick Malone for matchup purposes, shined against a physical Spartan front seven and finished the […]


Kostecka: No natty? The Ducks got what they deserved this season

By on Friday, Dec. 6 at 8:37 am.

Christmas came early for De’Anthony Thomas. A week after Thomas stated that the Rose Bowl “feels like whatever,” he will get what he wants when he plays in a sub-par bowl, something he’s never done while wearing green and yellow. Instead of continuing to “win the day,” Oregon’s high-profile players pouted like 5-year-old children who […]


History of the long and bitter Civil War rivalry between Oregon and Oregon State continues Friday

By on Wednesday, Nov. 27 at 10:55 am.

One of college football’s most storied rivalries takes place on Friday when Oregon hosts Oregon State at Autzen Stadium, the 117th meeting all-time between the two programs. As with any true rivalry game, anything can happen, and games between the Ducks and Beavers have proven no different. Ranging from the “War for the Roses” in […]


Oregon football practice recap: Arizona loss doesn’t prevent Oregon coaches from appreciating recent success

By on Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 3:22 pm.

Oregon players, coaches and fans can all agree: Saturday’s loss to Arizona hurt. Not only did the Ducks get blown out by 26 points, they saw their Pac-12 Championship, Rose Bowl and BCS bowl hopes evaporate like dew in blazing sunlight. But the loss hasn’t caused head coach Mark Helfrich or defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti […]


The good, the bad, the ugly: Plenty of student tickets left for Civil War game

By on Monday, Nov. 25 at 1:54 pm.

GOOD – Edward Cheserek, Oregon’s star freshman runner, has added his name to the list of famous Duck legends by winning an NCAA cross country championship over the weekend. With the win, Cheserek became the first Oregon freshman to ever win an individual NCAA title. Cheserek wasn’t favored, as many thought defending champion Kennedy Kithuka […]


Mark Helfrich prefers taking blame after losses and giving credit to Oregon’s players after wins

By on Sunday, Nov. 24 at 7:09 pm.

Mark Helfrich entered Arizona Stadium’s press room after the Saturday’s game with a demeanor one would expect from a coach whose team just lost by 26 points in a game it was expected to win. A slumped posture. A solemn voice. Eyes expressing a mixture of pain and sadness. He looked like someone who just […]


The good, the bad, the ugly: Huff and Thomas want more than a Rose Bowl

By on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 11:51 am.

GOOD – It was a good day for news regarding Oregon athletes. Quarterback Marcus Mariota said his injured knee is “good,” and offensive coordinator Scott Frost said he expects Mariota to be close to 100 percent on Saturday when the Ducks take on Arizona this weekend in Tucson, Ariz. Not only has Mariota declared himself good, […]


Take a knee: Josh Huff discusses his national championship aspirations and USC’s win over Stanford

By on Monday, Nov. 18 at 4:18 pm.

As a senior, Josh Huff has endured quite a journey during his tenure at Oregon. After coming three points shy as a freshman of winning a national championship, winning it all has become that elusive goal that has seemingly haunted him. Now, after losing to Stanford for a second consecutive year and most likely dashing […]


Oregon football practice recap: USC’s win over Stanford doesn’t change their focus on Arizona

By on Monday, Nov. 18 at 5:02 pm.

After losing to Stanford less than two weeks ago, Oregon has found new life in terms of the Pac-12 championship game. The loss to Stanford gave Oregon the opportunity to control their own destiny for the first time since before the loss to Stanford. No. 5 Oregon now holds a half-game lead over the No. […]


Thursday night’s Oregon-Stanford game carries heavy weight for both teams

By on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 4:36 pm.

Thursday’s game between Oregon and Stanford obviously has a lot riding on it. The Pac-12 title. The national championship. Individual awards. But the outcome of the game could completely reverse the fortunes of both sides. As was the case last year. At the beginning of the night on Nov. 17, Oregon was ranked second in […]


GameDay: UCLA-Oregon could be a preview of Pac-12 championship game

By on Thursday, Oct. 24 at 4:38 pm.

December 2, 2011. Auzten Stadium. The Pac-12 football world looked to Eugene, Ore., as the inaugural Pac-12 championship game between the Oregon Ducks and UCLA Bruins got underway. The Pac-12 conference had never hosted such a game to determine the conference’s representative in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The Ducks went on a tear, winning […]


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, […]


Best student athlete — De’Anthony Thomas brings the heat on and off the football field

By on Friday, Mar. 8 at 4:39 pm.

Electric. Lightning in a bottle. Maybe more often than anything else — fast. Sophomore De’Anthony Thomas has been called these and more in his short athletic career as a Duck. In fewer than two full years, the Crenshaw High School product has earned Heisman Trophy buzz, two BCS wins and a Sports Illustrated cover. And […]


Officially delegated — the represenatives sent to bowl games serve as ambassadors for the UO

By on Monday, Feb. 11 at 12:26 pm.

As the Ducks continue their streak of BCS Bowl appearances over the past few seasons, the University has perpetuated its own tradition of delegating an official party of faculty, administrators and students to represent the University in special service projects and recruitment events centered around the bowl game.