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The helmet on the left of this photo has already been worn by the Oregon Ducks, but the helmet on the left is brand new. I’m not sure if it will be worn this coming season or if it is just a mockup, but it is absolutely awesome. I can’t wait to see what Oregon has in store for the fans the College Football world this year.
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The college football season is almost upon us, and what would a preseason be without the Oregon Ducks doing something crazy spectacular with their uniforms.
A potential Ducks recruit, Brady Bergan, Tweeted out this photo of Oregon’s new lime green helmets.
OREGONS NEW FOOTBALL HELMETS FOR 2013-2014 SEASON @Uniformswag pic.twitter.com/ULRCiajMTd
— Brady Bergan (@ALLDAY_03) June...
When Oregon students produced a hype video entitled "Change," they also leaked a first look at the Ducks' 2013 football helmets.
The Oregon Ducks were known far and wide for their offensive prowess last season. These guys would get out to some insane leads so fast in games that they could have put their scout team out on defense and still won. Not that the defense was bad; they were good in fact, but we never really got to find out how good since the offense basically dictated the pace of the game.
The NCAA handed the Oregon Ducks a three-year probation sentence in the investigation of the school’s recruiting tactics on Wednesday morning.
The NCAA’s Committee on Infractions hit Oregon for major rule violations in recruiting, stripping the school of one scholarship for two seasons in addition to the probation. The Ducks will not be hit with a postseason ban.
The Ducks can dance in the BCS again after NCAA ruling on Wednesday
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All of this hype over the Oregon sanctions and this is what we got? On Wednesday morning the NCAA and Oregon released the findings from the Committee on Infractions and the highlight and biggest sanctions against the Ducks for their “major violations” case? One scholarship...
The NCAA has released its Public Infractions Report for Oregon, and Ducks fans can breathe a sign of relief. The school will not receive a bowl ban, though Chip Kelly will get hit with an 18-month show-cause. Oregon will also lose one scholarship per year for two years.
The school released the report at 10:30 a.m. this morning:
Full NCAA report available here, sanctions include...
With less than 70 days to go until college football kickoff for 2013, new uniforms for the Oregon Ducks and Nebraska Cornhuskers have hit the internet.
The Oregon Ducks are about to hear the NCAA's decision on
possible recruiting violations.
Will the NCAA finally explain the evils of Chip Kelly?
All the man did was put Eugene on the recruiting trail. What he didn't do was learn to wipe off fingerprints along the way.
Maybe it's excusable for a New Hampshire guy who's never worried about fingerprints, and maybe for a university that never mattered enough for anyone to throw under the bus.
More of a slap on the wrist, than a real punishment it.
Chip Kelly doesn’t care of course, because he is counting the Eagles money in the NFL now.
The NCAA has placed Oregon’s football program on probation for three years and taken away a scholarship over that same span, through June 2016, for recruiting violations under previous coach Chip Kelly.
The Eugene Register-Guard newspaper is reporting via its online edition that the NCAA Committee on Infractions will announce its findings on Wednesday regarding football recruiting practices at Oregon under head coach Chip Kelly.
And just like that, life carries on for the Oregon Ducks.
There’s no denying the fact that the University of Oregon is now one of college football’s powerhouses. Boasting a streak of four straight appearances in BCS Bowl games while claiming three of the past four Pac-10/12 Titles, Oregon has completed their rise to the top and looks to be there to stay.
Yet when you look at how the Ducks got there, you can clearly see that...
The NCAA has taken away a scholarship and placed Oregon's football
program on probation for three years for recruiting violations
under previous coach Chip Kelly.