Posted August 14, 2012 on
The Oregon Ducks are bringing back possibly the most potent offense in the country and what makes the offense go so well is the work done by the big men up front. Most often when folks talk about the Oregon offense the attention is on the backs and rightfully so. However if there were no holes, there'd be little success. So how is this year's offensive line doing so far?
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Speculation is sometimes the only thing that holds college football fans over until a new season starts.
The 2012 season is filled with a lot of hope for the Oregon Ducks. Currently ranked number five in the USA Today Preseason Poll, Oregon is poised to claim their fourth straight Pac-10/12 Championship and possibly make an appearance in the BCS National...
Practices closed to the Media!
Information on whats happened this far in the Oregon Ducks fall camp is very limited. In case you haven’t already heard, Chip Kelly has made the decision for all practices to be closed to the media. CK meets with local reporters after each practice and answers a bombardment of questions.
If you’ve seen these interviews then you’d know he...
At the beginning and end of every season ESPN's PAC-12 blogger Ted Miller compiles a list of the top 25 players in the conference. His current list is up to #14, and so far it includes just one Duck, John Boyett at #16. It's an interesting list, but it's reduckulous that the three-time conference champions rarely appear on it. Either the Oregon coaching staff are miracle...
EUGENE, Ore. - Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly was notably pleased with the way that his players performed during their competition day on Wednesday.