Found September 15, 2013 on COED:
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
The only thing better than a poster of cheerleaders is a video of those same cheerleaders posing for the poster. Even if y… [[ Read More ]]

Oregon Ducks Cheerleaders Are Vital to the Popularity of the Football Team ]

Yes, I wrote the title without chuckling--I'm dead serious. I do believe that the lovely ladies of the Oregon Ducks cheerleading squad are a key component to the popularity of the football team. Why? Because the team plays so many soft opponents (Nichols and Virginia are not even close to being in the same class as the Ducks) that the games are blown out early and kind...

There Are No Trap Games On The Oregon Ducks' 2013 Schedule

From, a partner of Oregon Sports News One of the biggest fears any fanbase has going into a season is losing to an inferior opponent.  These losses aren’t just unexpected, they’re completely contrary to what fans expect, making them absolutely devastating to the fans of the favored team.  There’s a reason they’re called “upsets.” Luckily for Ducks...

Oregon Ducks cheerleaders’ new video for poster shoot is as good as you thought

The Oregon Ducks cheerleaders have released a teaser video for their 2013-14 poster shoot. Enjoy.

Ducks Up 38-7 at the Half

EUGENE, Ore. – It may have taken a few minutes for the Oregon Ducks to wake up in an early starting game against Tennessee because the Volunteers jumped out to a 7-0 lead. However, the Ducks roared back with 38 unanswered points and the rout is on.

Oregon Has Endless Possibilities On Offense

The Oregon Ducks are dangerous. The lopsided scores so far this season should be enough indication of that. But if I’m a defensive coordinator that has Oregon on the upcoming schedule, what I saw this weekend has me fretting even more. In addition to its speed, Oregon has more versatility than ever before. Quarterback Marcus Mariota has multiple speedy receivers to throw...

Mark Helfrich clarifies the Colt Lyerla "circumstances"

In his weekly Sunday teleconference with the local media, Mark Helfrich clarified his policy regarding disclosing player injury and illness information and why he replied "circumstances" when asked to explain Colt Lyerla's absence from Saturday's game. The Ducks have a team policy of not discussing player injuries or illnesses, the coach said. Bane in pain, and...

TE Mundt makes a splash for No. 2 Oregon

Freshman tight end Johnny Mundt had already impressed his Oregon coaches and teammates with his work ethic. Against Tennessee, he impressed everyone else, too. Mundt subbed for absent tight end Colt Lyerla against the Volunteers on Saturday and had five catches for 121 yards and two touchdowns. The Ducks defeated Tennessee 59-14 to remain No. 2 in the Associated Press poll. Mundt...

Marcus Mariota Heisman talk coming,…

Strike A Pose! The Oregonian’s John Canzano warns Marcus Mariota that Heisman talks are coming, and coming quickly. Canzano: Marcus Mariota would have reduced Johnny Manziel to a mop-up man Oregon Ducks quarterback acts like he doesn’t want to win the Heisman, but he’s on the right path, isn’t he? Follow NWSB on our Facebook page for live 24-7-365...

The Mundt factor at tight end

Just Mundt If you had never heard of John Mundt before Saturday’s contest against Tennessee, you aren’t alone. The true freshman went for 121 yards and 2 touchdowns from the TE position. Here’s a quick look from on the youngster. Oregon Ducks tight end John Mundt makes explosive first start Playing for the ill Colt Lyerla, Mundt went for 121 yards,...

Jake Fisher mocks the SEC

Mock This! WATCH: Oregon OL Jake Fisher mocks the SEC in preparation of the team’s matchup against Tennessee. Good idea? Bad idea? Indifferent? Video: Oregon Offensive Lineman Jake Fisher Mocks SEC: “No One Can Beat The SEC” Funny. Follow NWSB on our Facebook page for live 24-7-365 updates of all our Northwest Sports Teams!!

Ducks tandem of Mogan and Waldonado doing a solid job in the kicking game

Senior Andrew Maldonado has been spot on taking over for Jackson Rice as the thinking man's punter. Through three games he's averaging 43.3 yards a kick, and the punt team has limited returns to a 3.7 yard average. Against Tennessee in three punts, the Vols were held to one return, -1 yard. Gunner Terrance Mitchell made a nifty open field tackle. Maldonado has 2 punts downed...

Ducks overcome shaky start on the way to a decisive win

Tennessee dominated the game for the first six minutes. They forced a three and out from the Oregon offense, shut down the Ducks without any points after giving up a fumble, drove 80 yards in six plays for a 7-0 lead with 9:00 to play in the first quarter. The visitors looked poised and in command, and at that point, the Ducks looked flat and disorganized. A block in the back penalty...

Inside the highlight tape: A six pack of cool, refreshing big plays in a Frost-brewed win

Scott Frost, settling into his role as Oregon's offensive coordinator, pitched a masterful game yesterday. He worked the corners and blazed letter-high fastballs. He mixed in biting curves and a clever change of pace. He looked like a veteran pitcher in the heat of a pennant race, and the Ducks look ready for the September stretch drive on the eve of a bye week. September 28th...

Tennessee Post-Game: Marcus Mariota

EUGENE, Ore. -- After setting a personal record of 465 yards of passing which resulted in four touchdowns plus rushing for an additional TD, Oregon sophomore quarterback Marcus Mariota spoke to media during the post-game interviews.

Tennessee Post-Game: Taylor Hart

EUGENE, Ore. -- Oregon's senior defensive lineman Taylor Hart talks about the defense's role in the Duck's 59-14 win over Tennessee on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 at Autzen Stadium.
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