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STANFORD – The Oregon Ducks could not overcome missed opportunities on offense and a relentless Stanford rushing attack and fell to the Cardinal 26-20 at Stanford Stadium on Thursday night.
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The Oregon Ducks had pretty high hopes going into Thursday night's game against Stanford, and it seems that is about all they had was hope. Stanford is having its way with the Ducks and needless to say that fact has the fans just a little bit excited.
Is it just me or would that guy have been a perfect videobomb?
If it wasn't for the red...
Oregon Ducks wide receiver Josh Huff was so disheartened by the team’s poor showing at Stanford on Thursday night that he was seen crying on the sidelines during the fourth quarter. Although the show of emotion was a sign that Huff cares deeply about his team, someone should have reminded him that they still had […]
Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff took to Twitter this week to show off some new, custom Ducks sneakers…proving once again that Oregon is the biggest merchandise ***** in the NCAA.
The custom Nike kicks are solid green with Oregon’s “Rubber Ducky” logo on the back heel. Check them out below.
Our shoe game crazyyy ! Betta believe it, fresh out the box.. pic.twitter.com/o0ugbpVM33...
The Oregon Ducks are wearing the same uniforms against Stanford that they wore during last year's Civil War.
Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota is playing through a knee injury, according to a report. KVAL sports reporter Collin Harmon reported on Thursday that the MCL in Mariota’s left knee is partially sprained. Mariota was wearing a brace on his left knee during the Ducks’ game at Stanford on Thursday. You can see him with […]
NFL scouts can put a check next to the toughness box when it comes to Marcus Mariota and whether he should be the No. 1 overall pick in next May’s NFL draft.
The Oregonian is reporting that Mariota played and balled out against Stanford with an already partially sprained MCL.
Mariota wore a brace during Thursday nights loss, and spent most of the night not looking like his normal...
The Oregon Ducks and Georgetown Hoyas will be facing off at Camp Humphries in South Korea in the Armed Forces Classic tomorrow. Today, Nike and Jordan released the camoflauge uniforms that the two squads will be wearing for the occasion. You can check them out above.
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I can understand crying after you take the L, but it was the 3rd quarter when Josh Huff got all Drakeish.
Granted the Ducks were down by 23, but they made a pretty good comeback in the 4th quarter, before their National Championship hopes all but disappeared.
The Oregon Ducks are set to battle the Stanford Cardinal tonight, a unique Thursday night blockbuster carrying with it national title implications as well as Heisman Trophy implications. The matchup features two top five teams in a clash of styles and philosophies existing at polar opposite ends of the spectrum, with Oregon’s fast-break up-tempo attack opposing Stanford’s smashmouth...
The second annual Armed Forces Classic features the Oregon Ducks and Georgetown Hoyas.
Oregon is coming into this contest ranked #19, while the Hoyas are unranked. The game figures to be the highlight game of opening day.
Here’s what the teams will be wearing in South Korea:
The Ducks have lost 8 games in five years, 46-7 under Chip Kelly, 8-1 under Mark Helfrich. Over that span they finished 11th, 3rd, 4th and 2nd in the country, reached 2nd this year, and will now fall back to the 9-11 range after a loss to #5 on the road.
They were thoroughly dominated by Stanford, beaten in nearly every phase of the game except blocking field goals. The hosts dominated...
Take a sneak peek at the camouflage Nike uniforms and shoes the Oregon Ducks and Georgetown Hoyas will be wearing for their South Korea game.
Fresh off a dismantling of Pac-12 sleeper UCLA, the Oregon Ducks head to Palo Alto tonight to take on the #5 ranked Stanford Cardinal for supremacy in the Pac-12 north. The winner of this game will take control of the division, and likely secure an appearance in the Pac-12 Championship Game.
Despite a 7% decline in average ticket price over the past week, this game still checks in...
Ducks start with two first downs, working the short passing game, then Mariota misses deep with Josh Huff wide open for a score.
Marcus Mariota and Oregon's loss to Stanford has catapulted FSU's Jameis Winston into the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy.